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SLMA Radio Today Oct 8, 2020: Sales Engagement Platforms

How to Increase Sales 30% in 90 Days

Increasing sales by 30% in 90 days is a bold statement.  This program is an authentic, unscripted, exchange of ideas that broadcast live on October 8th, 2015.  It is brought back to you because it is one of our more popular shows that are timeless.   

The guest, Mick Hollison is now the CMO at Cloudera

We asked Hollison, how it can be done.  Of course, following up all leads increases sales, but Inside Sales claims its self-learning engine drives predictive sales communications and engagement usinNeuralytics®.

Increasing sales by 30% in 90 days is a bold statement and we asked Mike Hollison, CMO of InsideSales.com how it can be done.  Of course, following up all leads increases sales, but InsideSales.com claims its self-learning engine drives predictive sales communications and engagement which combined with rep motivation results in dramatic sales increases. Prime questions: How does the Neuralytics® program work?  How soon can results REALLY be seen? What is the basis for the claim in increased sales?  What does it cost?  The host is Jim Obermayer

About Mick Hollison

_-SLMA640x640-showcard-HollisonMick Hollison has over 26 years of experience in technology marketing, product management and sales. Currently, Mick oversees all marketing efforts including public relations, content marketing, paid advertising and website conversion at Cloudera.
 
Mick spent 7 years at Citrix, a $2.6B company, recently serving as global vice president of marketing and strategy, leading integrated product marketing and strategy. He was responsible for integrated product messaging, solutions marketing, and marketing strategy and led the development of pricing, licensing and packaging across all Citrix product lines.
 
Prior to Citrix, Mick spent two years at Microsoft where he was responsible for the development and delivery of marketing messages targeting C-level executives. During his tenure, he led a worldwide network of nine executive briefing centers delivering over $4 billion in influence revenue per year, and produced customer events such as the Microsoft CEO Summit. Before joining Microsoft, he spent 13 years with IBM in a variety of executive product line roles. 
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