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ReadyTalk has the Rx for your Webinar & Sales Demo Pains

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
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ReadyTalk Doctor Is InDoes your carpal tunnel syndrome flaring up just thinking about organizing and running a webinar?  Do you already have a headache from the barrage of emails and phone calls from your sales team asking for a status on their prospects' attendance at your last online event?

As a salesperson, are you fighting chronically painful and inefficient sales demos and having trouble tracking your metrics?

There seem to be many 'alternative medicines' to alleviating these symptoms like Microsoft Excel rules, pivot tables (grueling, boring, and hard on the eyes come to mind) to export and import ALL of that data...or creating a publicly available spreadsheet (ie. Google Doc) that Salespeople can view whenever it's updated, but those don't get you to a true cure.  Lucky for you ReadyTalk for Salesforce has been publically distributed (or, available) since August 2011!

So now that we have established pain points for webinar organizers (tedious spreadsheets, manual uploads/downloads, etc) and sales reps (inefficient demos, visibility into prospect's webinar activity, etc), let's see what the ReadyTalk for Salesforce prescription can help alleviate:

  • Skip the tedious spreadsheet work (and save your sanity) by instantly capturing registration, attendance, and polling data from your webinar
  • New lead come in for a webinar? ReadyTalk for Salesforce automatically searches for leads based on email address to ensure existing leads aren't duplicated....or new leads are automatically created
  • Prospect hot (with a fever) to see a demo? Launch an impromptu online meeting directly from a Contact or Lead record
  • Sales manager hounding you for activity? Automatically capture demos and online meetings as activities

These are just a few of the pain point examples that the ReadyTalk for Salesforce application can help alleviate. 

Want to have your own symptoms diagnosed? Stop by our Dreamforce booth (#1429) September 18-21. Schedule time for a live demo or sign up to join us at a Dreamforce party.

 


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