Allego will prepare sellers for success in a digitally-centered hybrid era with the release of Allego 7.

Fremont, CA: “This latest release brings numerous innovations that are first to market, providing sellers and buyers with what they need to truly win in the hybrid environment,” comments Andre Black, Chief Product Officer at Allego. Allego, the leading developer of sales enablement platforms, has released the newest version of their product, Allego 7. The platform brings numerous ground-breaking innovations throughout the whole spectrum of enablement to assist businesses in gaining the favor of their sellers and consumers. Customers, who include 14 of the top 20 financial services asset managers, five of the largest medical device companies, half of the top 10 banks, and three of the top five insurance companies, have increased demand for the platform due to the latest product enhancements. Also, Allego's ongoing commitment to helping businesses succeed in a hybrid environment.

"Its exciting to see our vision of supporting the modern sales enablement process across content management, sales training, and conversation intelligence become a reality. Reps can now practice buyer conversations with virtual actors, engage buyers with highly personalized digital sales rooms, and directly measure how content shared with buyers impacts their win rates, all in a single platform. We want sellers to spend their time orchestrating better buying journeys, not trying to become experts on multiple tools. Allego 7 is the platform they can depend on for sales success." adds Andre.

Allego 7 enhancements assist businesses in addressing the entire set of difficulties that are generally addressed by various sales enablement applications. According to Allego’s research, The Sales Enablement Technology Report, which polled 330 B2B sales professionals about their usage of sales tools earlier this year, 50 percent of organizations use up to five tools to help their sales efforts, while 39 percent use more than five products. A staggering 76 percent of firms cite inadequate adoption of sales technologies as the primary reason sales teams miss their quotas.