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Sales Enablement Planning and Budget Strategies for 2019

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2019 is HERE. Time to at least start your planning and budget strategies. As this is December, it would be a better time to finalize and put the finishing touches on the plan for a successful 2019. Brevet partners Brian Williams and Ralph Grimse discuss the importance for Sales Enablement functions to begin 2019 planning and the corresponding budget strategies required to ensure success. They are joined by Membrain Founder and CEO, George Brontén to discuss how technology is relevant to the discussion.

About our Guest: George Brontén, Founder/CEO Membrain

A life-long entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in the software space and a passion for sales and marketing. With the life motto “Don’t settle for mainstream”, George is always looking for new ways to achieve improved business results using innovative software, skills and processes. In 2008, after realizing that the sales profession needs to evolve because of the Internet and global competition, George had a vision to increase b2b sales effectiveness using modern saas technology. Since then, George and his team have worked with thought leaders and studied research to identify the success factors behind successful sales organizations and build technology to help companies to consistently reach their targets.

How Technology is Impacting Sales Enablement

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We’re in the middle of a massive hype cycle when it comes to enablement technology. How can sales leaders make sense of today’s technology landscape? How can teams get focused on driving lasting sales productivity with the help of technology Brevet partner Brian Williams explores the issues and more with sales technology analyst Nancy Nardin.

Nancy Nardin is a nationally recognized thought leader on sales and marketing productivity tools. Her firm, Smart Selling Tools – of which she is the founder and President – is dedicated to helping marketers and sellers apply process and technology to drive revenue. With nearly 30 years of sales and marketing expertise, Nancy is a frequent speaker and writer on using technology to drive revenue. Before launching Smart Selling Tools in 2006, Nancy was a analyst as Gartner Group and IDC, working closely with many of Silicon Valley’s leading venture capital firms and the portfolio companies.

About Sales Enablement Radio

On Sales Enablement Radio we talk with CEOs and authors, Chief Sales Officers, Chief Marketing Officers, Vice Presidents of Sales Enablement and Sales Operations, as well as salespeople about sales enablement.

We started Sales Enablement Radio because sales enablement is a contested, hot topic for companies struggling with the new reality of selling in the B2B space. Marketing and sales departments are confronted with pressure to work as a team, while using new software guided by artificial intelligence, while contending with prospects that demand more information with less personal contact before making a purchase. This program will bring clarity to a topic that seems to mean different things to marketing, sales, and C level managers.

Podcast Replays are also available on Apple Podcasts

Starting 2019 Strong Starts Now: Sales Enablement Planning & Budget Strategies

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Brevet partners Brian Williams and Ralph Grimse discuss the importance for Sales Enablement functions to begin 2019 planning and the corresponding budget strategies required to ensure success. Brian and Ralph are joined by Membrain Founder and CEO, George Brontén to discuss sales enablement planning and how technology is relevant to the discussion.

About our Guest: George Brontén, Founder/CEO Membrain

A life-long entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in the software space and a passion for sales and marketing. With the life motto “Don’t settle for mainstream”, George is always looking for new ways to achieve improved business results using innovative software, skills and processes. In 2008, after realizing that the sales profession needs to evolve because of the Internet and global competition, George had a vision to increase b2b sales effectiveness using modern saas technology. Since then, George and his team have worked with thought leaders and studied research to identify the success factors behind successful sales organizations and build technology to help companies to consistently reach their targets.