Hello, We are currently using Business Contact Manger as our CRM software. We are having problems when having to re-install (computer crashes, etc) at this point and are looking to either upgrade to Office 2013 (which will allow us to use Business Contact Manager 2013) or to find a new CRM. The preferred option (long-term) would be to get a new CRM, as BCM (Business Contact Manager) does not meet all our needs, and is essentially defunct, but it would need to be less than the price of buying Office 2013 for the 4 users who use it (around $2100). [more inside]
I'm back in the web software development world after about 7 years selling already developed software. Mobile software development barely existed the last time I talked to a client about development projects. I understand the web side of things just fine still. Mobile I'm clueless on. Is there a good book or maybe website(s) that will help get me up to speed, and stay there? I'm running sales, so I'm not going to be writing any code. [more inside]
How can I find an audience for a software demo webinar? [more inside]
I am looking for an online or software-based solution to track monthly/quarterly/yearly sales numbers across multiple markets. As a small company, we are not opposed to paying for the service, but cannot afford anything too expensive. Any suggestions on programs you have used?
Which sales role has more room for advancement - Direct Enterprise Account Manager OR Channel Partner Manager?
Which sales role has more room for advancement - Direct Enterprise Account Manager OR Channel Partner Manager? [more inside]
What are the career prospects like for a sales person of medical solutions? [more inside]
YANMA(You are not my accountant), but do we need to charge sales tax on a web-based monthly subscription, "software as a service" application? [more inside]
How can you turn down consulting/contract work graciously? [more inside]
Should I use an affiliate network to sell my software? [more inside]
What are commission structures like for software sales reps? [more inside]
What's a solid OS X software package for managing small business sales? [more inside]
I am looking for a program that can take customer lists, output route maps and allow for record keeping of sales/customer history. [more inside]
Non-location based job search [more inside]
Our small company has been spun off and now we're in startup mode; luckily we have four software products (we make network-control apps) almost ready. Suddenly I've got more hats: from being a lowly install programmer, now I'm also to write docs, do phone support, organize product packaging and fulfillment, and set up our website for online sales including choice of download of software or mailed CD. All by the end of the month, spending as little as possible. The first three are manageable, but although I’m a programmer I don’t know web stuff, and need advice please. [more inside]
I want a utility (freeware?) which will scan an NCSA extended logfile and create a simple report on which referrers generated how many sales transactions.