October 06, 2014 10:36 AM
Presentations are an inevitable and critical part of B2B sales.
While even a great sales presentation won’t always lead to a closed deal, a poor one will stop your sale dead nearly every time. In other words – you can’t mess this up!
Our exclusive eBook, 51 Tips for Delivering a Better Sales Presentation, draws on ideas and suggestions from real sales reps and experts who understand the importance of a polished, engaging, effective presentation. It not only offers pract...
September 22, 2014 09:32 AM
While PowerPoint is still an invaluable tool for most sales presenters, many reps these days also mix in the right technology to take their slide presentations to the next level. With that in mind, here are just a few simple ways to make technology work for you, taken from our exclusive eBook, 51 Tips for Delivering Better Sales Presentations.
#1. Go mobile and leave your laptop at home
Laptops are so 2008. These days you can step up your presentation game (and impress your audience) by p...
April 03, 2014 09:52 AM
Back in early 2012, around the time when the iPad 3 started flying off shelves, investments in business tablets were also reaching an all-time high. At the time, it was reported that the iPad made up a whopping 97% of all enterprise tablet activations in Q1 of that year.
Part of this was no doubt in response to BYOD trends across industries – particularly in the financial services sector – as businesses found that more and more employees were using their personal tablets for work ...
March 27, 2014 02:28 PM
Microsoft made a pretty big announcement today. After years of rumors and speculation, they’ve finally introduced a solution business users have been eagerly awaiting – Office on the iPad! Nine months after the release of Office Mobile for the iPhone, the iPad version appears to have similar features, including creation, editing and viewing capabilities for Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. The bigger form factor of the iPad, though, should mean greater adoption and popularity for ...
March 25, 2014 09:46 AM
With credit to Apple, tablets didn’t really take off until the iPad came out, which many predicted would fail before it even debuted. But with hindsight always being 20/20, the tablet’s meteoric proliferation should sort of been a no-brainer. From the perspective of our personal lives, tablets allow us to easily shop, watch videos and movies, surf the web, and catch up on reading – all while being able to carry them around pretty much anywhere.
I guess the same could be sai...