Put down your coffee, take your hand off your laptop. Picture your sales rep, right now. He or she has just arrived at a customer site. He has this season’s product catalogue and some tangible samples to present and the retailer has agreed to give them some time today. It’s the ideal scenario for a profitable sales call, right? Maybe.
“It was much more than just explaining technical aspects, but showing how to use PixSell in real life.” Tuesday June 06 2017 and we were back in Oxford for our third PixSell customer workshop, welcoming users from a wide range of industries.
Bonds Confectionery have been taking orders on PixSell since early 2015. Here’s what they say 2.5 years after investing in the system:
The second Aspin customer workshop saw 35 engaged and interested PixSell users attend to learn more about getting the best out of their sales app. As a recognised supplier to the gardening and pet sectors, we were delighted to welcome so many customers from this industry – among other industries.
“This will definitely improve our use of the app,” was just one of the comments we received after the first PixSell workshop took place on Tuesday April 04 at the Holiday Inn, Oxford. We are delighted to say that it was a great success. The workshop, targeted at directors and managers whose teams use PixSell, welcomed over 30 of our customers – all hoping to gain more of an insight into the best practice for PixSell and to meet with other users.
Happy Friday chums! Some outstanding comments from Michael Stein at Maxwell & Williams kitchenware – read on…
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