Product Demo: How to Train a High-Performing Virtual Sales Team


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Senior Product Marketing Manager, Allego
Webinar Details
  • Date and Time
    Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 11AM Pacific / 2PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Sales training and enablement is tougher than ever before. Whether your sales force is across the street or across the country, you’re working overtime to support your team.

In the current crisis, traditional training and sales enablement approaches won’t work—you’ll get left behind. If you simply repurpose your in-person programs into day-long conference calls, they’ll be forgotten immediately.

There’s a better way.

Companies that use modern sales learning and readiness platforms see higher win rates, more effective training, and shorter new hire ramp times—even in this unstable environment. 

Join this live webinar to see a demonstration of how Allego’s learning and readiness platform can help you build a virtual training program when you’ve relied on in-person sessions. 

You’ll learn:
  • How to train, coach, and collaborate virtually with sales readiness technology
  • How to use mobile, recorded video, and peer-to-peer networking to replicate the in-person experience
  • How to speed up content creation, build engagement, and reinforce learning

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About Jake Miller

Jake has been sharing the story of Allego customers and products since early 2016, fueling rapid growth and helping Allego become the fifth fastest-growing software company on the 2017 Inc. 500. Jake is passionate about sales performance and incorporates years of experience as a top producer in the high-ticket retail space into his approach for product marketing at Allego. Jake received an MBA from Babson College and a bachelor's from Berklee College of Music.



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