Markets have been slow – we all know that but green shoots are growing. Budgets are available and companies are happy to invest in solutions that will help them to work smarter, work harder and work better. Yes the opportunities are there, but companies are being more cautious; decisions seemingly take much longer. Interaction and relationships with the customers is critical to nurture projects and keep them on track. But all this running around is time consuming, and a lot of this time is ‘wasted’; time travelling to visit customers at their premises for updates, revisions and help keep that project alive – which could be put to other uses – nurturing other projects. And it’s not just time consuming – it’s frustrating!
The solution? Video Call. It’s simple. Go to meetings on opposite ends of the country, or just around the corner, discuss proposals with international offices quickly, and bring together decision makers regardless of location. You can facilitate this, by using a NeoCloud powered by Vidyo trial account. And what’s more it is Free. Completely. No obligation, no on running contracts you must cancel x days before. There are no hidden tricks. We don’t need them. We know with Vidyo seeing is believing, and once engaged you won’t want to lose the most effective tool you have in your office.
And the beauty of all this? You are not alone – your customers are in the same boat. They are chasing their customers, trying to close their deals, having the same frustrations. Show them NeoCloud Vidyo, use it with them and develop the thirst, let them get to more places, more often, less costly. And then sit back and take the orders as they request their own accounts, which with a monthly ongoing fee, provides you with recurring revenue to drive your business forward.
NeoCloud are offering resellers the opportunity to try their Hosted Video Conference solutions, powered by Vidyo, for free.
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