Invoca Call Intelligence Summit: Show Me the Money Award

Keynote Speech, Guest Presentation and an Award Ceremony at Invoca Call Intelligence Summit

Here are few glimpses from the Call Intelligence Summit held in Santa Barbara, CA on Oct 2015.

There were mainly 3 parts, where I was fortunate to represent my organization and the work it’s doing on technological and marketing front.

1) Keynote speech: Representing Brady Corp at Invoca Call Summit at Keynote Speech

Talking about why Marketing Technology is so important to understand offline revenue attribution gap, so it can help digital marketers as well as sales team in any organization, primarily focusing on B2B.

Ujjwal Bhattarai  Keynote Speech Invoca Santa Barbara CA

Ujjwal Bhattarai with Kyle Christensen, VP of Marketing at Keynote Speech (Invoca Call Summit)


2) Presentation: “Final: 411: Transforming your Marketing with Signals and Rich Caller Insights”

Talking about “Conversation Intelligence” and how it can changes sales process along with “Enhanced Caller Profiles” to create a better customer experience as well as to increase phone conversion rate.


Ujjwal Bhattarai presentation on Signals, and Rich Caller Insights
Picture Courtesy of @jet1206 from Twitter


3) Award Ceremony: “Show Me The Money Award” for the work Brady has conducted using this technology

Pictured below from left are

  • Mark Woodward, CEO of Invoca
  • Ujjwal Bhattarai, representing Brady
  • Chris Schulz, SVP, Customer Success
Receiving Award At Invoca Conference

Oct 2015, Santa Barbara, CA: Receiving Award At Invoca Conference


 “Show Me the Money Award”

Finally, the award has arrived in my office.


Invoca: “Show Me the Money Award” in B2B category




About Ujjwal Bhattarai

Ujjwal is an engineer by education, a programmer by hobby, and an internet marketer by choice. Other than 1 minute chess, and biking, his passion includes SEO, SEM/PPC, CRO, and Web Development. As a lifelong student of Internet Development, he is hopelessly addicted to Internet, and sincerely believes after fire, wheel, and decimal point, internet is the fourth most important invention in the human history. Catch up with him on Twitter at @uj2wal or at his Google+ .

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