Growth & Penetration - Verb Technology Co. Inc. (FUSZD)
(formerly nFusz Inc.) Updated 2-16 2019 - Anything not linked should be taken as opinion. verb
's CEO Rory Cutaia has said repeatedly, “my job is to create maximum value”. Think Big...
Rory and team are ramping up operations by partnering with the largest and best providers of ERP & CRM applications. They've already signed major contracts with industry giants ORACLE NetSuite, Marketo, Odoo and Salesforce
to sell verb
's “tagg” products to each of their respective platform users. These companies are global and most have millions of users each.
Right now, NetSuite is operating in 199 countries, supporting 190 currencies and 24 languages. And we will only continue to grow from here. Not only are we expanding our global presence, we’ll also support more currencies, languages and localizations. More ORACLE NETSUITE Trusted by more than 40,000 organizations More
. An Army of Salespeople
. . Think Fast...NetSuite alone has a sales staff of over 2,000 people
that already have a relationship with current clients subscribed to other services. By partnering with this large platform verb
will leverage this large sales force to sell our tagg products
to the millions of users already in their system. Further, upon completion of future agreements, each new partner will begin marketing verb's
products to their platform users! Folks, this is a real game changer
and has the potential for exponential penetration into the markets and revenue growth! Domination
A quick and extensive roll-out of this new tech will help verb
to secure the top position as a premium video sales tool in all CRM platforms and will continue to expand it's presence by seeking relationships with more platforms to continue penetration into the global markets. Saturation
taggCRM is the flagship product or the main engine. taggEDU “learning”, taggMED “medical” and taggTV all have basically the same engine, “but with a twist” primarily to address new market opportunities.
These new Verticals have huge opportunity and are already in the works. There will be more “tagg” products introduced as needed to address other markets. Network & Direct Marketing
The acquiring of Sound Concepts and their new app for this space opens up yet another category to assist Marketers that are currently under served by traditional CRM products and represents a huge market for nFusz. It's unique application and business model combined with Verb's interactive technology should prove to be the dominate force in this area. Other integrations are currently underway with Microsoft, SAP, and Adobe with others expected soon.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Verb Technology Co Inc (FUSZD) has 12,213,670 (12.2 Mil) shares outstanding “as of Feb 1, 2019” edgar Verb would need a 64 for 1 forward split to reach Salesforces outstanding share structure.
. . .Share price comparison Salesforce (CRM) has 785,000,000 (785 Mil) shares outstanding “as of Oct. 2018”
- 64 times that of VERB
Salesforce current price per share. ($157.00)?
Rated "Strong Buy"
Shares outstanding are shares that have been authorized, issued, and purchased by investors and are held by them. Salesforce.com Inc's average diluted shares outstanding for the quarter that ended in Oct. 2018 was 785 Mil. www.gurufocus.com
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