How To Sell VoIP Webinar Announcement

Screen Shot 2018-06-13 at 12.53.47 PMWebinars are an interactive tool used to drive traffic, increase brand awareness, and help generate qualified leads. These are very useful to attend as they are extremely informative and can provide helpful insight about the topic in question.

Selling VoIP could be extremely difficult. People are often hesitant to change, especially when they don’t know what they are switching to. A webinar that educates potential customers on the benefits and simplicity of VoIP greatly reduces or even removes those fears that accompany a switch. The ability to communicate the benefits of using VoIP in a business, no matter the size, should be the top priority for anyone selling VoIP

The future of the VoIP market is bright. The expected growth rate is 9 percent, which by 2021 will make it a $140 billion industry. This provides a great entry opportunity, and an even bigger opportunity for those already established businesses to increase their revenue. Educating businesses on VoIP’s full potential and all the possibilities would unlock a blue ocean that is easy to exploit.

Bicom Systems has ideas on how to be successful when it comes to different situations you might encounter trying to sell VoIP; building a reliable VoIP system, marketing your VoIP system in a competitive market space, and the challenges you will encounter trying to sell your system.

How to Sell VoIP e-book

Catch our How to Sell VoIP Webinar on July 17th at 2:00 PM Eastern

Presenters are Eric Johnson with Channel Vision

More details and registration here

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About Stephen Wingfield

My name's Stephen and for more years than can count I have been struggling to Liberate the World from Traditional Phone Systems and Traditional Phone System Vendors. That means working closely with partners around the world in English and French with the purpose of seeing how best we can approach local markets. Making sure that marketing and sales support are in place. Above all though giving tips and preparing quotes and proposals to make sure that customers get a 'best-fit solution' and often for the cost of 'off-the-shelf'. A lot of my purpose in contributing to this blog is to provide from these experiences and what made the difference that made the difference. Whether you are already working with Bicom Systems or not yet please feel free to add your own comments or ask your own questions. There should be much to learn for us all.