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Wednesday, June 25, 2014
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eastern
Today’s buyer has taken control of the sales cycle. With access to the Web and the information it brings to their fingertips, both good and bad, your customers may have more information than you do—and with that they have the control. It has become critical for you to be prepared for your sales call, meeting, presentation or lead generation with accurate answers. The proper software and technology will give you the power to access the information at your fingertips.
In this webinar you will:
• Find out why it’s critical you use a CRM program
• Discover the key benefits of mobile access to digital scheduling for appointments and installations
• Learn how to build a support library that is customer focused
• Find out how being completely mobile puts you in front of your competition.
Sponsored by Water Quality Products, Professional Remodeler and Applied Management Group, Inc.
Applied Management Group, Inc. provides business development training, mentoring and monitoring services that are proven to drive profit and growth. The solutions we provide are based on your specific needs and wants. We work with you to build the structure and processes needed to exceed your goals.
Michael Thompson, president – Applied Management Group Inc.
Michael Thompson is a veteran within the water treatment industry with 26 years of experience. Within those years, he has held many pivotal roles, from dealership management to regional sales management. During his 14-year tenure with the industry leader Culligan Intl., he led numerous franchisees in developing their sales and marketing strategies, as well as developed and facilitated “best-in-class” sales and technical training. He has presented to hundreds of owners, managers, salespeople, service techs and support personnel throughout North America, helping to achieve revenue plans in excess of $29 million per year. He is a Certified Water Specialist VI and a Culligan Master Service Technician. He has received the Emmet J. Culligan Waterfall Award, Culligan Top Manager Circle Award (2000, 2006 and 2007) and Culligan 10-Year Service Award.