2014 Look Ahead, letter from our Founder and CEO

One year ago, I shared RelSci with the public through its commercial launch. In a year, we have progressed further than I could have ever imagined. As we move into our second year, I wanted to share what has made our business strong and how we hope to do more for our clients in 2014. 
Relationship Capital matters. Whatever the cause—divisional silos, flawed incentive structures, privacy concerns—most enterprises do not maximize their professional and social networks to find, cultivate and research that next important client, investor, partner, donor, advisor, or hire. In 2014, we hope to help your organization make smarter business decisions by leveraging its relationship capital with influential decision makers. Talk with our team to learn more.

Organizational success. We heard some great client stories in 2013. Our most successful clients worked with us to set up their own proprietary RelSci networks that house all of their organization’s relationships—across senior leadership, board members, and management—so they can see how they map to any other organization they want to do business with. Read case study.
 
Bolster your CRM investment. Many companies tell us they are always looking for new opportunities to maximize their CRM investment. In 2014, we will continue to develop robust CRM integrations, including the available integration with Salesforce. These integrations pair relationship data with CRM contacts so you see your organization’s access to the decision makers at the places you aim to reach straight in your CRM environment. Tell us what CRM you use. 
 
Don’t get lost in the noise. RelSci 360° Alerts, our new business alerting service, gives you automatic updates as changes occur with the people and organizations you do business with. We are working on more alerting features in 2014 that will ensure our clients are always the first to know and the first to act. Learn more about RelSci 360° Alerts.

Every organization feels the pressure to increase performance in today’s competitive environment where it often comes down to the relationships they have as an organization. I look forward to continuing the conversation with you in 2014. Let’s see where your organization’s relationship capital can take you.

Sincerely, 

Neal Goldman 
Chief Executive Officer

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