This 60-minute webinar and Q&A will examine some of the top trends that are changing the face of telematics and CRM for field sales and service professionals.
We’re in an age of digital transformation...what once made the cut once, no longer does when it comes to technology and the way we do business. Customers, in both the B2C and B2B sectors, expect more. And it is our job to ensure their ever-evolving needs and preferences are met, no exceeded.
These current consumer and business trends, specifically as they relate to the Telematics industry, are exactly what we will be taking a closer look at during our webinar tomorrow, Wednesday, March 7. We hope that you will be able to join us for “Rethinking Telematics in the Age of Digital Transformation,” as we discuss the strategies and tools sales and service professionals must adopt in order to stay relevant as the face of telematics and CRM continues to change.
Joining us is guest speaker, and IDC Manufacturing Insights Research Vice President, Kimberly Knickle. She will be sharing her expertise on today’s digital landscape, as well as how it stands to impact the way we do business when it comes to field service and connected fleets.
Our own Chief Product Officer Tom DiVittorio will also offer further explanation of the integrated telematics solutions available for today’s businesses. He will also delve into some helpful pointers on how your team can begin the search for your ideal tool and integrate it into your current processes.
It’s sure to be 60 minutes of transformative, innovative and actionable information that you will not want to miss. Plus, all registrants will also receive a free copy of our “Rethinking Telematics Field Guide.”
We encourage registrants to come ready with any questions they may have, as there will be time allotted for Q&A.
Now’s your chance to not only keep pace, but surpass your competition. Get into the driver’s seat and ensure your telematics solution is built to scale and grow with your success!
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Digital Marketing Manager at MapAnything