Selling successful process

Today, success is about quality over quantity, replacing the days of cold calling and cut-and-pasting of boilerplate email copy. This infographic provides 3 key themes to each part of a successful sales process.

Microsoft wants you to work less

Updates within the Microsoft MyAnalytics platform, in conjunction with a new feature in Outlook are aimed at helping you work less. The new features allow users to better manage their time and information, with less time in meetings and more time spent accomplishing tasks. One tool enables users to allocate focus timeā€”and alert coworkers when you are trying to get things done. Read more about working less in this article from TechCrunch.

Romanian healthcare provider improves customer experience and business operations with Microsoft

Regina Maria is a leading provider of healthcare services in Romania. Microsoft equips them with technology to optimize business processes and maintain a high level of patient care. Microsoft Teams unifies their communication applications into a single system, allowing them to reduce the approval process time and increase speed and rate of response to customer feedback. With Microsoft tools, Regina Maria's database is 20% more accurate and complaint management is 50% faster.

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5 ways to lead effective meetings with your remote team

In a world where remote work is more and more common, virtual meetings have become the norm. But technical problems, audio delays, and lack of personal interaction can dampen spirits and halt innovation. How can leaders better connect with their teams across a digital distance? Check out these five tips from Entrepreneur.

Turn prospects into engaged customers

Today's B2B buyers have high expectations, and those expectations will not be met if B2B buyers are accustomed to sophisticated consumer interactions in their personal lives. Executive B2B buyers are not impressed by marketing driven by large, relatively impersonal data analysis that leads to inconsistent and conflicting interactions or sales outreach that doesn't cater specifically to their needs at the right time. This blog recommends taking a new approach that unifies relationship data across the full customer lifecycle.