This fast-paced workshop with Sandler Training focuses on helping successful sales professionals, managers and owners achieve ground-breaking results in Technology sales. Whether you are selling to technology professionals, or selling technology to laymen, Sandler’s “5 Successful Sales Strategies For Crushing It In Tech Sales” can help you achieve financial freedom and a stress-free sales operation.
IMAGINE YOU AND YOUR SALES TEAM:
- Consistently achieve your forecast and your targets each month
- Understand that selling features and benefits are a necessary, but insufficient toolset for getting the most conviction from your prospects.
- Have an ample and consistent set of new prospects, and an industry-leading close rate
- Don’t waste your time on bad prospects looking for free consulting, since you disqualify fast
- Have a systematic sales process, that allows you to manage and diagnose each win and loss
Stop imagining……Let’s realize your vision!
– Strategies to drive tech sales
– A repeatable and effective prospecting and sales process
– How to avoid wasting time, and providing free consulting
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Sales professionals, managers and owners who are selling technology products or services, or selling to technology professionals.
ABOUT SANDLER TRAINING:
Sandler Training by Mercury provides training and consulting to help professionals take control of their sales and management processes to achieve greater financial, career and personal success and freedom.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Mark Kirstein, the CEO of Sandler Training by Mercury, possesses a unique combination of corporate and entrepreneurial experience, across sales and management roles. His background, starting as a computer engineer, and progressing into sales and leadership, has given him extensive experience selling in the technology market.
Linc Miller is the president of Sandler Training by Mercury. He has spent the last 20+ years of his career in Sales, Management and Business Development and has trained over 2000 executives around the world, including companies such as Dell Computer and Lenovo.