News Article | May 9, 2017
"Prior to Seismic NewsCenter, our sales communication process largely revolved around mass email blasts—lengthy weekly updates that were impersonal with many parts being irrelevant to the individual reader, meaning they were often ignored," said Cathy Rowell, worldwide sales knowledge management leader at HPE. "NewsCenter allows us to take a more efficient and effective approach. The reps have an experience they're already familiar with, as simple as accessing Flipboard or Pinterest, ensuring that they remain constantly knowledgeable on our products, the market, competitors, and the company as a whole. We're finally able to address their concerns around too much email clutter. Feedback thus far is extremely positive – easy to use, and a great tool for them to have in the field on their mobile devices." "With an abundance of available information, we live in the age of the educated buyer, and sellers who aren't equally educated enter every interaction at a disadvantage," said Doug Winter, Seismic CEO and co-founder. "If a sales enablement solution isn't providing sales teams with the all the new information, updates, and training they need before their first meeting of the day, then it is failing to truly enable sales teams. Coupled with our integration with sales readiness platforms like MindTickle, Seismic provides the industry's most complete sales enablement platform." Research firm SiriusDecisions notes that a complete sales enablement function has three core components: sales asset management, sales talent management, and sales communications. With the recently announced integration with sales readiness solution MindTickle and the launch of NewsCenter, Seismic has once again redefined what it means to be a complete enterprise-grade sales enablement platform by offering capabilities in all three core components. "As a stand-alone function, sales enablement continues to exhibit dramatic enterprise growth, with 74 percent of departments, in our 2017 survey, planning an enablement budget increase over last year," said Peter Ostrow, Research Director at SiriusDecisions. "Regarding sales communications, we see that high-performing firms are 22 percent more likely than others to centralize internal messaging flow within this growing sales enablement function. This helps streamline enablement's ability to maximize rep and channel partner productivity." Similar to other recent technology partnerships, the benefits of NewsCenter extend beyond sales reps. Integrations with Marketo and Eloqua open up unparalleled precision in marketing campaign segmentation and lead scoring, and the integrations with sales readiness solutions such as MindTickle reveal new insights into rep engagement for sales and marketing ops. NewsCenter, meanwhile, opens up opportunities for additional teams to have their impact felt on the bottom line. For example, public relations teams can quickly relay new company coverage or press releases to the right sales reps, along with any competitive intelligence they find in their daily news scans. Content marketing teams can automatically alert relevant sales reps of new top-of-funnel content that may have just been distributed along with its intended purpose, and C-level executives can share thoughts and insights, further conveying to each sales rep that what they do is essential to the company's future. "The most successful sales reps are the ones who go into every conversation with the confidence in knowing that they are supported by an organization fully devoted to their success," said Winter. "Large enterprises like HPE and rapidly growing market leaders like Procore recognize this advantage and have standardized on Seismic to support their diverse and complex needs." For more information about Seismic NewsCenter, visit's the company's site at https://seismic.com/newscenter. Seismic's leading sales enablement solution allows marketing teams to personalize content at scale and equips large sales teams with the right content for every interaction, dramatically improving time spent selling and win rates. Seismic is the only sales enablement platform powered by machine learning algorithms and the award-winning LiveDocs® technology, which automates the creation of personalized sales materials within seconds. Real-time analytics provide unprecedented insight for marketing teams looking to gauge which content helps close deals, further aligning marketing and sales efforts. Headquartered in San Diego and with more than 250 employees across the globe, Seismic is privately held by its executive team and investment firms General Atlantic, JMI Equity, and Jackson Square Ventures. To see how Seismic is being used by firms in your industry, visit http://www.seismic.com. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/seismic-launches-newscenter-to-modernize-enterprise-sales-communications-300453848.html
News Article | May 11, 2017
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - May 10, 2017) - Pulse Seismic Inc. ("Pulse" or the "Company") (TSX:PSD)(OTCQX:PLSDF) announced today the voting results from its annual meeting held in Calgary, Alberta on May 10, 2017. Each of the nominee directors listed in the Company's management proxy circular dated March 31, 2017 was elected as a director, with a vote being conducted by ballot: The "Say on Pay" shareholder advisory vote on Pulse's approach to executive compensation was approved by 99.76% of the votes cast. Pulse is a market leader in the acquisition, marketing and licensing of 2D and 3D seismic data to the western Canadian energy sector. Pulse owns the second-largest licensable seismic data library in Canada, currently consisting of approximately 28,600 square kilometres of 3D seismic and 447,000 kilometres of 2D seismic. The library extensively covers the Western Cana da Sedimentary Basin where most of Canada's oil and natural gas exploration and development occur.
News Article | May 15, 2017
"SiriusDecisions research indicates that 74% of organizations with sales enablement functions intend to increase their investment in this area in the coming year. This finding is not a surprise as we see B2B companies placing top priority on driving rep productivity through improved management of sales talent, assets and communication," said Heather Cole, service director for sales enablement strategies at research and advisory firm SiriusDecisions. "Rep effectiveness and efficiency is directly correlated to their ability to easily access knowledge and resources that drive deals forward. Simplifying this rep access through deep integrations of disparate systems is a must for a seamless experience." The benefits of the partnership will give sales enablement, sales operations and marketing professionals the ability to create and manage personalized, voice-enriched content for all sales enablement initiatives. The integration will also provide salespeople with easy access to a single source of truth for all their training, coaching and collateral. This holistic approach will allow for greater insight into the resources that keep reps prepared, resonate with buyers and drive sales. "Sales readiness and sales content management continue to be among the biggest areas we see affecting sales productivity," said Greg Flynn, Brainshark CEO. "As companies grow, these challenges only become more complex. That's where a comprehensive approach to addressing these problems becomes more important than ever. This partnership with Seismic is about providing customers with a powerful solution to not only arm their salespeople with the right content, but to also ensure they're always prepared with the knowledge and skills to use those resources effectively and consistently win more deals." Doug Winter, Seismic co-founder and CEO, said: "In the age of the informed buyer, each stage of the sales cycle is bolstered by timely, personalized content, delivered with confidence and proficiency by the seller. For large enterprises to deliver this experience to buyers at scale requires world-class readiness and enablement platforms, something this partnership will facilitate for joint customers across the globe." For more information on the Brainshark and Seismic partnership, read the blog post from Greg Flynn and Doug Winter, or visit www.brainshark.com or www.seismic.com. Brainshark sales readiness software equips businesses with the training, coaching and content authoring capabilities to achieve sales mastery and outsell the competition. With Brainshark, companies can: prepare sales teams with on-demand training that accelerates onboarding and keeps reps up-to-speed; validate readiness with sales coaching that ensures reps master your message; and empower sales organizations with rich, dynamic content that can be created quickly and accessed anywhere. Thousands of companies – including more than half of the Fortune 100 – rely on Brainshark to identify and close performance gaps, and get better results from their sales enablement initiatives. Learn more at www.brainshark.com. Seismic's leading sales enablement solution allows marketing teams to personalize content at scale and equips large sales teams with the right content for every interaction, dramatically improving time spent selling and win rates. Seismic is the only sales enablement platform powered by machine learning algorithms and the award-winning LiveDocs® technology, which automates the creation of personalized sales materials within seconds. Real-time analytics provide unprecedented insight for marketing teams looking to gauge which content helps close deals, further aligning marketing and sales efforts. Headquartered in San Diego and with more than 250 employees across the globe, Seismic is privately held by its executive team and investment firms General Atlantic, JMI Equity, and Jackson Square Ventures. To see how Seismic is being used by firms in your industry, visit http://www.seismic.com. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/brainshark-and-seismic-partner-to-optimize-sales-readiness-and-performance-300457436.html
News Article | February 21, 2017
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Seismic, the leading enterprise grade sales enablement platform, was recently ranked on Entrepreneur's Top Company Cultures list, a comprehensive ranking of U.S.-based businesses exhibiting high-performance cultures created in partnership with...
Seismic Inc. | Date: 2015-11-18
Disclosed are various embodiments of methods for identifying faults and fractures, and other permeable features, within geologic layers during a drilling operation comprising; recording microseismic data during a drilling operation; recording times and positions of a drill bit in a well bore during the drilling operation; processing microseismic data at a plurality of selected times and locations to image microseismic events and identifying faults and fractures, and other permeable features, from corresponding images of microseismic events. In other embodiments, the integrity of a cementing operation may be verified by recording microseismic data during a cementing operation; recording times and positions of a cementing operation in a well bore during the cementing operation; processing microseismic data at a plurality of selected times and locations to image microseismic events and identifying faults and fractures, and other permeable features, within the cemented zone from corresponding images of microseismic events.
Seismic Inc. | Date: 2013-11-18
A monofrequency signal is used to record signature properties of subsurface reservoir formations. While recording conventional Vibroseis data after certain prescribed distances, the monofrequency signal is transmitted to evaluate the presence of reservoir rocks underneath that source location. When a compressional wave travels through a permeable and fluid-saturated reservoir formation, the Drag Wave travels through reservoir fluid interconnections at a slower velocity than the compressional wave in the rock matrix. Due to the Doppler Effect, a unique lower frequency is generated. This lower frequency becomes an indicator of the presence of reservoir formations. Its character depends on the tortuosity of pore interconnections, presence of pore fluids, and permeability. A transfer function is calculated to convert the swept frequency signal used for conventional seismic recording. This converted swept frequency signal is cross-correlated with the normally recorded signal. Only the presence of the reservoir formation is highlighted; non-reservoir formations are not displayed.
Seismic Inc. | Date: 2016-04-29
The invention comprises a method of imaging a volume of the earths subsurface. A selected volume of the earths subsurface is divided into a three-dimensional grid of voxels. Seismic signals representing seismic energy emanating from the earths subsurface and detected by sensors deployed in proximity to said selected subsurface volume and conducted to a recorder for recording. The recorded signals are transformed into a grid of discrete voxel signals representing energy emanating from voxels included in said three-dimensional grid of voxels in the earths subsurface. A smooth analytic function is defined in three dimensional space based on the grid of discrete voxel signals; and fracture surfaces are derived from the smooth analytic function.
Seismic Inc. | Date: 2014-09-26
A device and method for improved geodetic and seismic measurements are disclosed. The device comprises a triaxial accelerometer assembly, mounted to a reference structure, having full scale ranges greater than +/1 G on three orthogonal axes and a mechanism for rotating the triaxial accelerometer assembly on the reference structure. The triaxial acceleration assembly is calibrated with an internal alignment matrix such that measurements of Earths gravity vector are rotationally invariant with respect to the direction of Earths 1 G static gravity vector irrespective of the orientation of the triaxial assembly on the reference structure. In-situ calibrations are performed by rotating the axes of the triaxial acceleration assembly in the direction of Earths static gravity vector. Drift of the triaxial accelerometer assembly is compensated for by measuring changes in the values of the invariant static gravity vector for each axis and correcting for the drift with new calibration coefficients.
Seismic Inc. | Date: 2013-02-05
A structural framework that includes a column, a beam, a brace beam coupled at an angle to the column and the beam, and a gusset plate to connect the brace beam with the column and the beam. The framework also includes a shear plate with horizontally slotted holes to couple to the column to the beam. The structural framework may also include double framing angles or a flex plate coupled to the gusset plate and to the beam via spacer plates to provide for a semi-rigid connection.
News Article | March 1, 2017
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Feb. 28, 2017) - Pulse Seismic Inc. (TSX:PSD)(OTCQX:PLSDF) ("Pulse" or the "Company") will hold a conference call on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. MST (1:00 p.m. EST) to discuss the Company's 2016 results. A news release announcing Pulse's results will be issued on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. The related financial statements and MD&A will be filed concurrently on SEDAR. A news release containing preliminary revenues was previously issued on February 3, 2017. The call will be hosted by Neal Coleman, President and CEO, and Pamela Wicks, VP Finance and CFO. Following management's presentation there will be a question-and-answer session. To participate please dial 416-340-2216 (local - Calgary) or 1-800-377-0758 (toll free - North America) approximately 10 minutes before the commencement of the call. An archival recording of the conference call will be available approximately one hour after the completion of the call until March 22, 2017. To access the replay, please dial 905-694-9451 or 1-800-408-3053 and enter the playback pass code 4982114. Pulse is a market leader in the acquisition, marketing and licensing of 2D and 3D seismic data to the western Canadian energy sector. Pulse owns the second-largest licensable seismic data library in Canada, currently consisting of approximately 28,600 square kilometres of 3D seismic and 447,000 kilometres of 2D seismic. The library extensively covers the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin where most of Canada's oil and natural gas exploration and development occur.