Count5 Recognized for Innovation With Sales Communications and Training


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Technology Association of Georgia Recognizes Count5 For Technology Innovation

Atlanta — February 22, 2007 – Count5, the experts in delivering sales force alignment with Sales & CRM initiatives, announced today the company has been selected by TAG, the Technology Association of Georgia, as one of the state’s top 40 most innovative companies.

The Top 40 Innovators were chosen based on four key criteria:
– Degree of innovation
– Scope and financial impact of innovation
– Likelihood of Success
– Overall contribution to promoting Georgia as a state of innovation

“This has been an extremely competitive group with such outstanding technologies to choose from,” said Dennis Zakas, a partner with Hunton & Williams and chairperson of the Top 40 Selection Committee.

In addition to Zakas, the 2007 committee members include: Co-chair Ron Dolinsky (MARKETQUEST), Kathy Harris (Noro-Moseley Partners), Sig Mosley (Imlay Investments), Stephen Fleming (Georgia Tech), Buddy Ray (Innovation Publishing), Don House (investor and member of Georgia Technology Hall of Fame), Jeff Muir (Chatham Capital), Knox Massey (Atlanta Technology Angels) and Chris Mangum (Venture X).

Eric Blumthal, Count5’s Chief Executive Officer noted, “Recognition from TAG as a Top 40 Innovator further validates our mission to help our customers improve speed-to-revenue by rapidly delivering sales force alignment and focus to key initiatives.” Blumthal continued, “We are proud to be headquartered in Georgia and honored to be named among so many fine Georgia companies.”

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support its members by generating opportunities for personal, professional and business growth. By forging strategic alliances, TAG serves as a primary catalyst to foster a rich environment for economic development in Georgia’s technology community. Founded in 1999 through the merger of the Business & Technology Alliance (B&TA), the Southeastern Software Association (SSA) and Women in Technology (WIT), TAG is one of the largest state technology associations in the nation. TAG is made up of 2,400 members representing technology leaders from over 1500 Georgia-based companies, affiliated technology and business organizations. For more information on the Summit or to purchase tickets, visit

Count5® rapidly delivers sales force alignment to Manufacturing, Services and Insurance companies so they can improve speed-to-revenue of new product introductions, strategies and other CRM initiatives. Q™, from Count5, is a proactive, elegant & noise-free software communications channel that inserts the daily discipline of measurement, reinforcement and accountability into ongoing sales communications & training. Unlike alternative technologies, Q is proactive, prescriptive and requires no end-user training. Available OnDemand, Q™ can be driving a sales initiative in a matter of days.

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