Company Information

    CardTapp was founded on July 2012. The company is based in Bellevue, WA, USA . The number of employees in CardTapp is less than 50. Helping sales professionals close more deals by making it easy for prospects and referrals to interact with their business.

    Here is how CardTapp describes itself: "CardTapp is a digital assistant technology that works 24-7 to keep your leads, prospects, candidates and partners engaged, informed, and connected."
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          Funding & investors

          CardTapp has received 5 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $7.3M.

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                          • 3 Ways to Ramp up Your Customer Appreciation Strategy

                          • 'Tis the season. Even if after the Thanksgiving Day holiday, it's never too late to say thank you. Consumers appreciate feeling valued by service providers. Not only does customer appreciation increase client retention, but it leads to more referrals as well. Since 68% of clients leave businesses due to "perceived indifference", it's especially important for [...]The post 3 Ways to Ramp up Your Customer Appreciation Strategy appeared first on CardTapp.
                          • TASK-BASED TRAINING SERIES: Task 20 – SMS Marketing

                          • So far in our Task-Based Training series, we've looked at various ways you can share your app as well as best practices of sharing. Then, we transitioned to how to integrate the sales process with your app, create consistent branding, add custom content in your app, create a digital experience, and streamline the sales process. [...]The post TASK-BASED TRAINING SERIES: Task 20 – SMS Marketing appeared first on CardTapp.
                          • Strategies to source new referral partners

                          • Often, referrals are the bread and butter of a salesperson. Not only are referrals less expensive to generate, they follow through to close more often. However, high quality referrals require extremely satisfied customers or very strong referral partners. For salespeople who want to beef up their list of referral partners, there are a few tried [...]The post Strategies to source new referral partners appeared first on CardTapp.
                          • TASK-BASED TRAINING SERIES: Task 19 – Consumer Engagement

                          • So far in our Task-Based Training series, we've looked at various ways you can share your app as well as best practices of sharing. Then, we transitioned to how to integrate the sales process with your app, create consistent branding, add custom content in your app, create a digital experience, and streamline the sales process. [...]The post TASK-BASED TRAINING SERIES: Task 19 – Consumer Engagement appeared first on CardTapp.
                          • How to leverage trends to create social value

                          • In our last several posts, we've explored prospecting tips. Regardless of your industry, prospecting is a key part of successfully selling. Even the hottest markets die down eventually, so we want you to have the tools to refill your pipeline when needed. Next up is a look at industry trends and social value. In his [...]The post How to leverage trends to create social value appeared first on CardTapp.
                          • 3 Tips for Great Value Proposition Positioning

                          • Prospecting is important. Whether you're completely overwhelmed or desperately trying to fill in your pipeline, connecting with potential clients is critical. Although it may not feel like a priority when you're in the weeds, things always slow down. Last month we highlighted a couple of Jeff Hoffman's prospecting tips. Today, we'll build on the first [...]The post 3 Tips for Great Value Proposition Positioning appeared first on CardTapp.

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