The Tour de Force Difference – CRM and BI Demonstration

You have many choices when it comes to purchasing business software, whether you’re looking for a streamlined business intelligence solution to provide reporting and analytics to your sales team or a feature rich CRM system to centralize data and improve communication and collaboration throughout your organization. How do you know which solution is right for you?

Join us at 2:00 pm EDT on Thurs., Oct. 20th to learn about the benefits of partnering with a software provider that has over 15 years of experience working in the distribution and manufacturing industries. We’ll provide an introduction to Tour de Force and an overview of the key features which differentiate us from other solutions. This live walkthrough will include a demonstration of our extensive integration with your ERP system, which provides you with actionable data and a wealth of sales reporting and analytics at your fingertips.

Thurs. November 3, 2016 | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT


ROI from CRM: 3 Strategies to Uncover & Convert Sales Opportunities

MDM Webcast Sponsored by Tour de Force
Success with CRM doesn’t start with the technology; it starts with your sales process.

In the second webcast of our quarterly series, Brian Gardner, author of ROI from CRM: It’s About Sales Process, Not Just Technology, will home in on a critical part of that process: sales opportunity management.

Opportunity management is the entire front end of the sales process. It adds visibility to what’s coming down the pipeline and is your leading indicator for growth. In this webcast, Gardner will provide practical tools to help your team move beyond reactive opportunity management to a proactive approach that allows you to uncover and convert new sales opportunities.

In this 60-minute webcast, you will learn:

  • How to get in the driver’s seat of opportunity management and be proactive rather than reactive
  • How four-dimensional account profiling gives your team a clear road map for getting maximum ROI from CRM
  • How a “start slow and grow” philosophy can help you increase buy-in and improve your top and bottom lines

    Mon. Nov. 9, 2016 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST