This week, we here at SoftWatch wanted to open up the discussion and hear from you, the users. We’ve been blogging quite a bit about cloud technology and its advantages. Note: if by some strange occurrence you missed these blog …
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If the five reasons we gave you before didn’t convince you, here are five more reasons to move to the cloud: 1. Optimize Your Software Usage. Why purchase expensive software licenses for light users who rarely use them when you can …
I just spent five hours of my life that I will never get back with an Old School IT dude with a serious machine fetish. ME (While trying not to stumble over a server): Wow, you’ve got a lot of …
Back in the day, most of my sales happened between the 4th and 5th floor.
Must be something about the altitude.
But after years of doing it, I had the whole thing down to a science: I’d scope out a potential client, I’d take a deep breath, and like a rabbit on amphetamines, I’d deliver my elevator pitch.
There are two sides to every coin. Ever wonder what a SaaS Salesman thinks he does as opposed to what he actually does? Friends, Family, and Society at large weigh in with their opinion as well.
You lock your doors at night. You close the windows when you park your car. You store your important family documents in a safe locked tight with a secure combination. Maybe you even have an alarm system. It’s relatively easy to take these tangible measures to protect your belongings, and these precautions help you sleep more easily, knowing your valuables are safe.
In the Beginning… There was traffic.
And at 8:00 am every morning single weekday morning, like clockwork, I was stuck in it. Driving, driving, always driving through sluggish and smoggy streets to knock on doors (and get chased by angry dogs,) but hey, I was a software salesman and that’s how we roll.
Back in the day, selling comprehensive solutions required operating a basic infrastructure physically on-site. This meant that in order to prove to the customer that we actually do what we do, we needed to be there. In person. We had to install servers. We had to constantly go back (and forth and back and forth) to visit our customers in order to check on status and progress.