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Sales Enablement Tools: ReadyTalk for Outlook

Posted by Mike McKinnon on
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Allowing your sales reps to work within their tool of choice, not only saves time but also, allows the rep to be comfortable and confident when speaking with prospects. Nothing can blow a sales call quicker than faulty technology regardless of whether it is user error.

ReadyTalk for Outlook allows your sales reps to invite propsects and launch demos directly through their most used and accessbile software - Microsoft Outlook. Our reps love this product as it allows them to:

1. Start a demo instantly right from Outlook so they don't need to log into anything else.

2. Invite the prospect immediately from Outlook without having to type in join information.

At ReadyTalk, our reps love this integration. They receive an unexpected sales call and within seconds they can have a web conference started and an invite sent out with the correct dial in information. There is no delay killing the momentum of the call.

Another great feature they love is the dial-me feature. This allows your participant to have the service call them and log them into the web. No more user error or frustrated prospects trying to dial the phone and log into the web. It is easy, quick and error free.

To download and install the ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook 2007 and 2010, visit: http://www.readytalk.com/support-training/downloads.

If you are using  ReadyTalk for Outlook, I would love to hear about it.


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