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Panel Discussion: How CRM Can Change an Industry – With a Focus on Printing
Jul 20, 2017 / 10:00 am - 11:00 am
We’ve seen Pipeliner CRM help boost sales organizations and companies with respect to a sales process, sales management, salesperson opportunity management and even revenue itself.
Join us with our panel of experts as we focus in on a particular industry–printing–and discover the difference a CRM system can make there.
From successful sales and marketing executive, to information publisher might seem an unlikely career move; but it seems to be working so far! There are millions of salespeople who have yet to discover exactly how CRM can improve their lives. Richard Bohn is the oldest living independent CRM analyst and is the host of SellMoreNow.com, the leading destination site for real CRM analysis. Bohn’s goal is to to show sales professionals everywhere precisely how they can take better care of their customers and Sell More Now through effective use of CRM!
Phillip Crum has experience in writing sales training programs and professional speaking. He has also written a nationally distributed sales tips newsletter for over 4 years. His overall objective is to provide local internet marketing services to small-medium sized businesses, by helping those businesses develop better lead-generation programs by incorporating the latest technologies available, on a scale that the small business owner can afford.
The passion to help organizations use technology to achieve sustainable growth and next-level performance is the fuel that drives Craig Woirhaye. It’s a passion that for more than 30 years has helped numerous companies, both large and small, benefit from Customer-Driven revenue growth powered by CRM. Craig is the Founder and CEO of CustDriven Solutions LLC (@CustomerDriven), a company that is passionate about helping our clients build Growth Machines™ that Create, Retain, and Multiply™ customer relationships and revenue so they can achieve Next-Level Growth and Performance™. Learn more on www.custdriven.com