Sagacent will be hosting a special lunch & learn seminar of Office 2010 on March 24th. The event is totally free and includes lunch. If you are even thinking about upgrading to Office 2010 – or just did – you should seriously think about coming.
Sagacent President, Ed Correia, will present along with a guest speaker and trainer from Computer Magic Training. Together they will show many of the exciting new features, answer your questions and review most of the core components within the Office 2010 suite: Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook, etc.
|Date:||Thursday, March 24th, 2011|
|Check in:||11:00 AM|
|Seminar Runs:||11:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Address:||4320 Stevens Creek Blvd.|
San Jose, CA 95129
Upstairs conference room
Lunch will be provided. There is no charge for invited guests; however, advance registration is required, as space is strictly limited to the first 25 who RSVP.
Please contact Lisa Monaco before March 21st
to reserve your space:
or call (408)248-9800 extension 0
4 Ways Social Media Can Improve Sales Performance
used with permission from the Microsoft Small Business website
Every salesperson knows that information is power. The more you know about your prospect, the more insight you have into what makes them buy.
The Internet has made researching your customers easier than ever. You can visit company websites to research products, read press releases, and get a feel for a prospect’s organization. Taking your research one step further, subscription-based research tools allow you to easily gather information on key executives, company size, number of employees and other quantifiable information.
But if you’re limiting your pre-call sales prep to company websites and subscription-based research tools, you’re just scratching the surface. Here are four ways to expand your research with Web 2.0 tools.