The Modus Blog / Sales Technology

by Robin Tinker, on Jan, 7, 2020

In-person events, conferences and trade shows are viewed as a valuable lead generation source for the manufacturing, medical device, and specialty retail industries. Nearly all marketers asked in the Event …

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Topics:Sales Enablementtradeshowslead capturelead nurturingmobile and trade showsSales Technologychannel marketingdistributorsSales HubDealers

by Bill Rose, on Dec, 2, 2019

Partners play a key role in shaping the customer experience. But partner experiences must go way beyond deal registration if your organization wants to see more successful customer experiences. One …

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Topics:Sales EnablementSales TechnologyBuyer Experience

by Bill Rose, on Nov, 25, 2019

Your organization’s direct sales reps spend nearly 65% of their time on non-selling tasks. Imagine how much more non-selling time your dealer’s and distributor’s sales reps log with the additional …

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Topics:Sales EnablementSales Technologychannel marketingselling toolsdistributors

by Robin Tinker, on Nov, 20, 2019

Sales Enablement is evolving, and especially as companies focus more on their customers, the usefulness of tools like Modus is growing as well. Our CEO, Orrin Broberg, wrote recently about …

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Topics:Sales EnablementSales TechnologyBuyer ExperienceService AppCase ManagementNew Products

by Robin Tinker, on Nov, 19, 2019

As 2020 quickly creeps up on us, I know many B2B marketers and sellers are in planning mode for new initiatives. If what I’m hearing is true, especially from our …

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Topics:interactive contentSales EnablementSales Technologyselling toolsVirtual Product ToursWeb BundlesBuyer Experience

by Bill Rose, on Nov, 14, 2019

Increase Dealer Win Rates with Ease, Speed & Personalization Even though The Alexander Group finds that 75% of manufacturers rely on indirect channels for a significant amount of revenue, their …

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Topics:Sales Enablementmarketing and sales alignmentSales Technologychannel marketing

by Bill Rose, on Oct, 23, 2019

Marketing and sales both work to drive demand and grow revenues. The problem is that they each focus on different areas of the buying process. They do so in silos, …

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Topics:B2B SalesSales EnablementMarketingSales Technology

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