Client Share replaces the BidSpace brand and welcomes VC investment from Pragmatica Consulting, Sowing Capital and Forge Associates. It has also brought on-board Ucreate, a new software partner and launched the new Client Share platform for B2B Account Engagement and Management.

Headquartered in London, Client Share’s purpose is to improve business performance by strengthening & deepening account relationships between buyers & sellers across the globe. It is a secure, collaborative, digital community for Sales & Account Management, which provides businesses and their respective clients a place to share, access content and rate the business. Its customers include Nustream, the APS, Sefas and Impellam Group.

James Ward, CEO, Client Share, says, talking about the platform says,

B2B account management is in the midst of a mega-trend; the marketplace has changed and 60% of B2B buying decisions are based on the customer experience. Yet despite living in a digital economy, most vendors are still giving their clients an analogue experience. We’re passionate about strengthening and inspiring business relationships and we help our customers retain and grow business through Client Share.

The new platform is a digital community for the buyer/ seller relationship during contract lifecycles or complex sales pursuits. It is a 1:1 digital platform for account engagement and one place for buyers and sellers to build a community, share thought leadership, highlight contract milestones, receive and give performance feedback and analyse their relationship at both an account and senior management level.

David Kirby from Pragmatica will take a seat on the board and Justin Ablett from IBM joins as a non-executive Director. London based CTO Pawel Kaminski takes responsibility for the development of the Client Share platform and will be using the vast skills and resources of Ucreate to continue to develop the Client Share roadmap.


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