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Productized vs Packaged Services: What is the Difference?
 
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A productized service is a pre-packaged consulting solution solving for one specific business problem. Click here for the full training - http://covetedconsultant.com/free Productized services and packaged services are NOT the same thing. So let's start where most agencies start, when they think about describing or offering their services. They make a list, and I'm sure you probably made a list too. You think to yourself, "What do I know how to do? What does my team know how to do? Let's make a list of our expertise." So you do that. You make this big long list of all these things you know how to do. And so there's SEO skills in here, PPC skills, content skills, web design skills, coding skills, et cetera, et cetera, right? All these different skills that you list out. I mean in practicality, you've done a lot. You've studied a lot, you've learned a lot, you've experienced a lot, you've tried a lot, you've failed a lot, you've succeeded a lot. You've been doing it for a long time. So the assumption here is, that if you just kind of list all of that expertise out, then your client will appreciate all of what you know how to do, and you're thinking that they'll kind of pick and choose from your expertise, and therefore you can create a custom solution for them. That makes a lot of sense, until you start doing it. And then what you find is that, you have to explain all of these things to your prospective client. You have to explain what you did, why you did it, what it's about, how it works, what they need. I mean if it becomes this long, long explanation, and the more you explain your expertise, the more confused the client gets. And that ends up becoming a conversation that neither one of you enjoy. Maybe you label them bronze, silver, gold, and titanium. Maybe you created a SEO, a PPC, a content package, and a web design package. So you list out the packages. The packages are organized by what you plan to deliver, and this is so much easier to explain, and I agree with that. That packaging your services in this way, is so much easier for a client to immediately see what's available to them, and begin to kind of sort through and understand everything better. But something's still missing here. Remember, your client is not an expert in this world. So even though you have these very cleanly displayed packages, they don't know that any of this stuff means. So you're having to show them package number one and then describe all of the deliverables, A, B, C, D, E and F, et cetera. Then you gotta go to package number two and explain all the deliverables. A, B, C, D, E, F, G. Go to package three, explain the deliverables. Package four, explain the deliverables. ere a better approach? Yes there is a better approach. The better approach is to productize, but making productizing work for you requires a mental shift. There's a shift away from listing your deliverables, A, B, C, D, E, F and G, and instead, turning that long list into a clearly defined road map towards a solution. So a productized service begins to look, not like a list of deliverables, but instead, steps in a process. And your skills, instead of being listed A, B, C, D, E, F and G, they fit inside this linear process. Let's bring it all home here. I believe that productized services can be a game changer for your business, but if you're going to experience those results, there's some things you gotta really let sink into your brain. Number one, you just can't keep shoving your expertise into these services. The more expertise you shove into the services, the harder they are to explain, the harder they are to understand, and clients can't say yes to a service they don't fully understand. Number two, you just have to admit where you're best. Not a list of what you can do, what you know about doing, but the things that you know are in your very best bit of excellence. You've gotta be okay with admitting that. You've gotta be okay with systemizing that. You've gotta be unapologetic about offering that up as a solution to people with a real problem. You've gotta be okay specializing in what you do best. Number three. You need to actually solve a business problem. Your client has a business problem, a strategic goal, and initiative that they're trying to accomplish. You need to be using your best skills to help them get that thing accomplished. When they find you, when your prospective client has found you. They have finally ended their search. Someone finally has an answer to our problem. And you need to make it clear, by preparing and executing a productized service. - - - Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 770 CovetedConsultant
Request for Proposal: How to Close Clients without the Custom Proposal Process
 
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A productized service is a pre-packaged consulting solution solving for one specific problem. Click here for the full training - http://covetedconsultant.com/free Specific benefits of creating a productized service Eliminate charging by the hour. Counting billable hours feels like nit-picking. Chasing client invoices feels like badgering. However productizing your services opens the door to value based pricing which is better than both. No more RFPs or custom proposals. Writing proposals and discovery meetings are two of the biggest bottlenecks for service based companies. That’s a lot of effort just to have a prospect respond with the message, “We’ll get back to you if we are interested.” Productizing your consulting services puts that time back into the hands of you and your team. Shorten the sales cycle. Consulting is an intangible service that can’t be seen or touched. This is scary for prospective clients because they won’t know what they’ve bought until after they’ve purchased. This fear delays the purchase decision. However if your choice to productize and specifically define the elements of your consulting make it much easier (and safer) for a client to say yes. Manage scope creep. How many “favors” does a client ask of you during a typical engagement? How many times do you “play nice” and honor the favor? How much does it cost your business to honor all of these favors? You’ve got to get your projects back under control. Productizing establishes a clear scope of work up front so both parties understand the commitment. Scale! Focusing on a specific service allows you to create the systems, processes, and necessary support to be excellent. Your service is no longer based on your random creative brilliance. It’s now based on your systematic, repeatable brilliance. You can’t scale what you can’t repeat. Think about that for a minute. Please enjoy this video. I’d be honored to hear your feedback. Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 2586 CovetedConsultant
[Workshop]  Launch & Grow a Productized Service Business
 
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During this FREE workshop, you'll learn: How to focus on the right solution to productize. --- Craft a killer value proposition The difference between a "Freelancer" and a "Business Owner". --- How to stop trading dollars for hours and start building an asset. Design your business to run with or without you. --- Build systems to allow you to focus on your craft or set your business on autopilot. Live Q&A Session --- Brian will answer every one of your questions, live!
Views: 2177 Brian Casel
Content Marketing Strategy Complete Guide to Sell Productized Services
 
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http://covetedconsultant.com/content-marketing-strategy-complete-guide-to-sell-productized-services - Today I am going to show you a complete strategy for how to use content marketing to sell productized services. This article is for you if... You are a consultant suffering from meeting fatigue. The reality for us as consultants is we give a lot of our value away by talking. We give away value privately during coffee conversations, lunch meetings, and free consultations. We give away value publicly in live presentations, webinar trainings, free workshops. We talk...a lot. We give away a lot of value in hopes of attracting people to our business, but we don't always get return on all of that effort. You want a strategic, leveraged approach to selling your services. When you use content marketing appropriately you can share the same content, sometimes even better content, in a more strategic way. The same piece of content can be used multiple times in multiple formats, allowing you to reach more more people with the exact message you intend. You want more, qualified leads coming in through your website. Specifically, content marketing is the vehicle you need to drive new traffic, leads, and sales through your website. You know there is a way to do it. You've "seen" it happening. You want to apply the strategies to your own business. If you are looking for a complete map for how to take your most powerful consulting offering and turn it into an entire, soup to nuts content marketing campaign...you've found it. Read the post below and download the worksheet. It's time to get to work.
Views: 731 CovetedConsultant
Increasing Your Cash Flow with Productized Consulting
 
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In episode 63 of the Freelance Jumpstart podcast, we walked through how to stabilize your cash flow as a freelancer with the product spectrum. This is a methodology that allows you to create different levels of products so potential clients can experience how it is to work with you no matter their budget. Jane Portman is an independent UI/UX consultant, podcast host, speaker, mother and author. Jane wrote a great resource called Your Productized Consulting Guide, a step-by-step guide will teach you how to craft an irresistible offer, overcome typical client objections, write the perfect sales page, protect your business, and strategically plan your entire productized consulting line. Make sure to subscribe and look out for new episodes. https://www.youtube.com/nathanallotey?sub_confirmation=1 Episode Notes: http://freelancejumpstart.tv/64 — Looking to level up in your freelance business? You may need Creative Coaching: http://nathanallotey.com/coaching Freelance Jumpstart Podcast on iTunes: http://nathanallotey.com/itunesaudio Free Course on How to Double Your Worth: http://respectandvalue.com — Feeling the content? Donate to the Cause: http://nathanallotey.com/donate Executive Producer - Nathan Allotey Typefaces: Proxima Nova — Contact Me My website: http://nathanallotey.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/nathanallotey Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheNathanAllotey Instagram: http://instagram.com/nathan.allotey Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NathanAllotey
Views: 8 Nathan Allotey
How to Productize a Service to Work Less and Earn More - Proposify Biz Chat
 
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Proposify Biz Chat For more info: https://www.proposify.com/blog/how-to-productize-a-service Running a service company doesn't mean you need to sell it like a service. Some service companies leverage the power of product marketing to scale their business. Here’s how:
Views: 251 Proposify
Value-Based Productized Services
 
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http://casjam.com - Get my newsletter and free crash course on Productizing Your Service. How do you show value of your service as a product? In this episode, you’ll hear me talk about: - Solve a particular problem - Creative process can be standardized - Templates & SOPs keep costs down Got a question you want to see me answer? Leave a comment or reply to any of my emails I sent you. Join thousands who get my free newsletter about entrepreneurship, productizing, and more: http://casjam.com
Views: 217 Brian Casel
Paulo Veras: How to scale your Company from Startup to Business | The Next Web
 
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Views: 4346 TNW
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From a $1 Million Bankruptcy to $20k in Monthly Recurring Revenue - Productized Service Case Study
 
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http://www.sidehustlenation.com/productized-service-case-study/ Gabe Arnold is the founder and Chief Pencil Sharpener at CopywriterToday.net, a subscription based article writing service. In his early 20s Gabe saw his construction business hit by the downturn in the real estate market to the tune of a $1 million bankruptcy. Gabe always enjoyed the technical and marketing side of business and started building websites for clients as a freelancer. He noticed the content creation was always holding up the sites going live, and there was rarely any content being added after he’d finished the sites. He came up with the idea for a monthly subscription model to both resolve the pain point for his clients and generate recurring income for his business. Gabe sums this up best saying, “Creating a subscription model business has turned out to be one of the best things I have ever invested my time in. It has lead me to grow from barely being able to provide for my family to for the first time in my life reaching a 6-figure income and the flexibility to truly work when I want to.” When the company started, Gabe hustled and wrote every single customer order himself for the first 2 months. Then he developed a recruitment system to find qualified writers and now oversees a team of 50 remote workers. Tune in to hear how he built his business from 0 – $20k in monthly recurring revenue. For the full notes, links, and to download the free PDF highlight reel from this episode, please visit: http://www.sidehustlenation.com/productized-service-case-study/
Views: 1095 Nick Loper
Heather Claus - $250K A Year Teaching Sewing Online, Business Modeling & Getting Things Done Faster
 
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Heather Claus (http://365DaysOfEverything.com) and Scott Ellis (http://vsellis.com) discuss how she built an online business teaching sewing to $250K per year, building a business model, productizing your business and how to keep your startup from turning into your nightmare and more on Relentless Business Episode 4. Edited by Jay Rogers Editor http://www.jayrogerseditor.com/
Views: 1541 Scott Ellis
[1.d] Manufacturing vs Services Continuum
 
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Operations Management Lecture Series, by Dr. Narendar Sumukadas Click here to view the complete series: (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgSQs_Fpzi367qs1w-zCAA)
Views: 3727 Narendar Sumukadas
How to Grow Your Consulting or Coaching Business
 
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Create your own online courses for FREE at http://thnk.cc/2p16ToR In this video, digital marketing expert Sid Bharath discusses the limitations of most coaches and consultants face in their business, and how to scale a coaching or consulting business by creating an online course.
Views: 3154 Thinkific
The KEY Moving Parts to Running a Fee Based Financial Planning Business | FEE038 (Teaser)
 
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Click here to watch podcast video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZkk1B7AUC8&feature=youtu.be In this episode of Fee Based Financial Planning Mastery™, I'm going to talk about the key moving parts to running a fee based financial planning business. This podcast is my way of bringing together like-minded financial professionals so that we can communicate and share what's working (and more importantly, what's not) in the world of financial planning. So, Subscribe for Free Now! My plan is to record a new episode on the 1st and 15th of each month. Subscribing today will deliver these episodes to you as soon as they are released. To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: iTunes http://bit.ly/WX4XVd RSS (non-iTunes feed) http://bit.ly/149UmNW If you have a chance, please leave me an honest rating and review on iTunes. It will help the show and its ranking in iTunes immensely! I appreciate it! Enjoy the show! the show!
Turn your consulting services into a product
 
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Join the nation: http://mattreport.com/subscribe If you're looking to productize your consulting services , this episode is for you. Join Brian Casel and I, as we unpack the methods of productizing and how you can apply this to your business.
Views: 1227 Matt Report
Web Design Agency | The #1 Mistake of all Web Design Agencies
 
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Get access to the business model training to improve your web design agency here - http://covetedconsultant.com/free This video  is for you if… - You sell web design services and you suffer from meeting fatigue. The reality for many web design agencies is that too much value is given away by talking. Coffee conversations, lunch meetings, and free consultations are few examples. Live presentations, webinar trainings, and free workshops are a few more. You talk...a lot. You are watching because you know how much you “talk”, but not enough of those conversations turn into closed clients. - You want a strategic, leveraged approach to selling your services. When you package your service appropriately you can share the same information, sometimes even better information, in a more strategic way. The same “pitch” can be used multiple times in multiple formats, allowing you to reach more people with the exact message you intend. - You want more, qualified leads coming to your web design agency.. A more specific service...with a deeper level of intention is the vehicle you need to drive new traffic, leads, and sales through your agency. You know there is a way to do it. You’ve “seen” it happening. You want to apply the strategies to your own business. Please enjoy this video. I’d be honored to hear your feedback. Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 5242 CovetedConsultant
How To "Productize" Your Financial Planning Services | FEE046
 
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Visit my website for more episodes at: http://www.feebasedfinancialplanningmastery.com In this episode of Fee Based Financial Planning Mastery™, I'm going to talk about how to "productize" your financial planning services so that you can stop giving your advice away for free. Properly articulating your value is a critical first step in being able to charge appropriate fees for the financial planning work that you do. This podcast is my way of bringing together like-minded financial professionals so that we can communicate and share what's working (and more importantly, what's not) in the world of financial planning. So, Subscribe for Free Now! My plan is to record a new episode on the 1st and 15th of each month. Subscribing today will deliver these episodes to you as soon as they are released. To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: iTunes http://bit.ly/WX4XVd RSS (non-iTunes feed) http://bit.ly/149UmNW If you have a chance, please leave me an honest rating and review on iTunes. It will help the show and its ranking in iTunes immensely! I appreciate it! Enjoy the show! the show!
Airbnb's VP Of Product On Growth And Planning For The Future
 
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Matthew Lynley sits down with Airbnb's VP Product Joe Zadeh to talk about AirBnB's growth, the new Apple Watch app, and where the company is headed. Read fulla rticle: http://techcrunch.com/2015/09/17/airbnbs-joe-zadeh-talks-product-direction-and-keeping-things-simple/ Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://bit.ly/18J0X2e TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.
Views: 5763 TechCrunch
Start A Part Time Business While Working A Job In Just 7 Steps | Part Time Business Ideas
 
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Start A Part Time Business While Working A Job In Just 7 Steps Let me ask you: Do you want to build your own business? Would you like to start a part time business that eventually replaces your full time job? And do you want a proven plan for start a side business that earns big. Well listen up... In this video I breakdown the 7 steps to start a part time business while working a job and how to turn your part time business into a full-time business so that you can quit your job. Plus, I share with you some great part time business ideas you can start now and start earning with! If you follow the proven plan inside this video I firmly believe you can build a great part time business that turns into your full-time business so you can quit your job and spend more time doing the things you love. Step 1. Start a part time business that will replace your living income the fastest. Service based business are great for this. Examples: Content creation, web design, social media management, SEO, lead generation, graphic design, customer support. This will give you a job replacing income the fastest and you can productize and outsource or hire later to generate a passive income. Step 2. Schedule In Business Time. If you don’t schedule it and set aside time to work on your new business it won’t happen. Work at night once the kids go to bed, or after your evening activities. Wake up a couple hours early. You should work on your part time business everyday even if it's only 30 minutes. Shoot for an hour or 2 per day. Step 3. Create a simple sales process. Be ready to take paying customers and don’t get fancy with it. You need a way to take money and sell your customers. Sending simple Paypal invoices and talking directly to prospects can be your sales process when you’re just getting started. You don’t need a fancy sales funnel or website to get started. You can simply network on Facebook and send a Paypal link to those that are ready to buy. Step 4. Focus ONLY on the highest impact activities of your business Sales, Sales, And Sales. Did I mention sales? In the beginning you need momentum. Revenue is momentum and will inspire you to push your side business even harder. Everything you do should be purposeful. Focus your efforts on getting clients and customers in the door. Things like putting content in front of your target audience that invites them for more, getting leads, prospecting, selling people, emails. 5. Use your existing network to land your first couple clients or customers. Who do you know that you can reach out to and make connections with potential clients? Who on your Facebook friends list, former co-workers, neighbors, friends of friends is a potential customer? 6. Value in advance Get testimonials. Working for free isn’t fun but it can be the difference between building a successful business or not. If you’re struggling to land your first client offer your service for free in exchange for reviews/testimonials. This will show potential customers you do good work and you’ve actually done what you’re trying to sell them on. 7. Give it everything you have and then some. Look the most successful business people got to where they are by putting in the work, consistency, and constant improvement. Put your head down, and push. That is the Steps To Start A Part Time Business. You can do this! If you like videos like this subscribe for Daily Online Business Tips And Entrepreneur advice. best part time business
Views: 71 William Fletcher
Build a Six Figure Productized Service Business with Damian Thompson
 
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Salty sales dog and email marketing mastermind Damian Thompson joins the program to share an amazing insight into building a profitable productized service business. http://businessandbootstrapping.com/bnb17-build-a-six-figure-productized-service-business-with-damian-thompson/ itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/business-bootstrapping-podcast/id866774578
Views: 171 Matt Ward
Content Marketing Funnel for Consulting Services
 
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Read the full article and download here http://covetedconsultant.com/content-marketing-funnel/ Today I am going to show you a complete strategy for how to use content marketing to sell productized services. This article is for you if… -You are a consultant suffering from meeting fatigue. -You want a strategic, leveraged approach to selling your services. -You want more, qualified leads coming in through your website. If you are looking for a complete map for how to take your most powerful consulting offering and turn it into an entire, soup to nuts content marketing campaign…you’ve found it. Read the post below and download the worksheet. It’s time to get to work. Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com http://youtu.be/LGYiM0KRSMw
Views: 3085 CovetedConsultant
Organizational Chart Template
 
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http://covetedconsultant.com/organizational-chart-template-for-consulting-companies/ In today’s post , I’m going to give you a template that simplifies your entire organizational chart. But first, a warning in advance:. I am NOT following the typical, conventional Organizational Chart. The typical structure of CEO, CMO, CTO, CXO, etc is top heavy and unnecessary. It’s old-school thinking that creates organizational silos. What’s more appropriate (and more important) is that you streamline your consulting business to deliver the highest value for your BEST client. Now, the good news We are keeping it simple. I’m going to keep the concept as simple as possible. I’m not going to make it complex because it doesn’t need to be. We’re going to lay out the functional areas of your business in a very simple fashion. We are building a business “machine”. Your business should be a machine. Your “machine” should create a high level result consistently and predictably. Your service model should be structured, well-organized, and well-understood by you (and your client). This org chart will help you create a machine that produces high value over and over. We are going to put you back in your appropriate position. You are the leader of the business. Your job is to envision the business, structure it, and nurture it to full health. Along the way, there are a lot of “other” jobs you can find yourself stuck in. You’re really going to like today’s post if you feel like you are currently playing out of position and you want to get back on track.
Views: 2666 CovetedConsultant
Why Productizing Your Knowledge Is the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Business
 
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Whether you aren't currently selling anything or you are selling someone else's stuff you need to begin to design, create and sell your own things. The big wins, the real passions and the ultimate excitement and success comes when you create and sell your own products and services. When you own it nothing can compare to the potential it holds. Go to Dallas Hardcastle's Blog Post http://bit.ly/13O3EPG to learn more about why some people are held back and what to do when you do feel like you have what it takes to create your own stuff.
Views: 194 Dallas Hardcastle
Consulting Business Model | Business Model Math
 
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Simplify your consulting business model. Focus on selling one, premium consulting service. Full-training is here - http://covetedconsultant.com/free Problem #1: Referrals are GREAT (and they are FLAWED) Depending on referrals is a classic consulting business model mistake. As long as they *magically* keep coming, everything is fine. But you have no control over them. They aren't scalable or predictable. This is one of the major reasons your income flows through feasts and famine. You need a more effective, predictable way to attract the BEST possible prospect to your services. Problem #2: Selling consulting involves a lot of conversations that don't convert into clients. You do an initial consultation, create a proposal, explain the proposal, defend the proposal, negotiate the proposal...and then the project is given to someone else. (How many times has this happened to you?) It doesn't make sense to give all of your value away in free consultations. You need a better way to convert conversations into clients. Focusing on a single business model makes everything easier. Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 7095 CovetedConsultant
Definition of a Product Manager
 
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Product Management & Product Marketing have always been strategic roles for any organization in the business of creating and successfully launching products or productized services predictably. With several successful product companies in India who have gone global and most global multinationals wanting to launch their products for emerging markets, the product management role and career path has received a renewed attention in India in the recent years. According to the recent research report released at NASSCOM 85% of all Product Managers in India came from a technology background essentially professionals graduating from roles like engineering managers, project managers, UX designers, Architects, Business Analysts and alike. The session will talk about the role & definition of a global Product Management in the context of India and discuss the ground reality of career path options for a product manager. You can check the research report that was launched at NASSCOM on Product Management in India here: www.adaptivemarketing.in
Views: 3318 TechGig
How to Productize Everything, Prateek sharma (MyGola Cofounder) At UnPluggd
 
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How to Productize Everything, Prateek sharma (MyGola Cofounder) At UnPluggd
Views: 687 NEXTBIGWHAT.TV
Finding Your First Customers
 
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http://casjam.com - Get my newsletter and free crash course on Productizing Your Service. How to get your first 10 paid customers when you don't have friends or past colleagues in the industry? In this episode, you’ll hear me talk about: - Is this the right space for you? - Connect with prospects on social media - Go to conferences or meet-ups Got a question you want to see me answer? Leave a comment or reply to any of my emails I sent you. Join thousands who get my free newsletter about entrepreneurship, productizing, and more: http://casjam.com
Views: 259 Brian Casel
Attorney Marketing: "Productizing" Legal Services
 
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Attorneys call 813 944-3190 for a free consultation 30 Ways to grow your legal practice: http://www.attorneywebmarketing.net/marketing-consulting/
Views: 93 Brian French
What Is The Product Offering?
 
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Content Marketing Plan for Consultants
 
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Content Marketing Plan for Consultants http://covetedconsultant.com/content-marketing-plan-for-consultants/ There are a couple of major points you should take away from this article: -You can no longer attract new clients the way you used to. Content marketing is no longer an “option” it is now a “must do”. -Content marketing is an asset that builds your business, BUT you must use it strategically and stop treating it as a distraction (or something ELSE to do) -Why Do We Create Content (At All)?-- Truth is, there is a fundamental difference between the marketing possibilities (just) 20 years ago and the marketing possibilities today. Yes I’m talking about the internet, but I want to be specific. Let me explain. In 1985: your best client had to look you up in a phone book and call you to begin the sales process. There were no cell phones. There were no smart phones. There were no tablets. The Internet wasn’t a term or a tool people could use. Clients found a vendor for services through the phone book. Find a name, call the number, and have a person explain services to you. Your BEST client had fewer information sources and expected the free consultation as the starting point to learn about your company. Today: your BEST client can learn everything (or nothing) about your company without ever having to call you. Your best client expects a free consultation to be one of the last steps, not one of the first. Because the Internet (and all of its information) is SO available through phones, tablets, televisions, etc clients expect to be able to learn “something” about your company before they engage (if at all). Your BEST client knows they have information at their finger tips. They want to know something about you before they engage. -What Do You Need To Make It Work?- If you are going to make content marketing work for you (and you should) there are a couple of must-haves so that you can claim your strategic advantage. Be sure you have the following ingredients: Ingredient 1 – Messaging strategy. You must have a clear, high-powered message. I’m not talking about the selfish “we are great”-type messaging . I’m talking about the client-focused, “we believe we can really help you” type messaging. Take the time to get clear on it. Ingredient 2 – Content plan and calendar. How many pieces of content will you create per month? What exactly do you expect your BEST client to do when they consume the content? This can’t be guesswork. It’s the kind of thing you need to have clear on paper first. Ingredient 3 – System for execution. You should NOT be responsible for creating, editing, and publishing all of the content. You’ve got to get a system for execution. Creating the content might not always be easy, but the process should always be clear. Ingredient 4 – Consistent inspiration. Believe it or not, you won’t always have great ideas for new content. You need a have a few resources at your fingertips to give you something to respond to. Popular blogs, old books, competitor sites, inspirational quotes, etc will help keep you sharp when it’s time to create content. Get Yourself An Action Plan! The Big Idea: content marketing is here to stay. It’s more than a good idea or a clever fad. It will be a legitimate part of how businesses compete from now on. It is to your advantage to take your great message and put it into wonderful content your BEST client can consume. Get your year long content marketing plan at the link above
Views: 718 CovetedConsultant
Business Outcome Service Management Explained
 
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At HP Discover, Dr. Chris Nokkentved, Chief Technologist for HP Enterprise Services, discusses the HP approach to Business Outcomes Services Management (BOSM). As organizations move to what HP calls the New Style of IT, it becomes more critical to tie tangible business value to IT. BOSM links specific business outcomes to explicit activities within the IT stack, mapping KPIs to business processes, and metering them all the way down to the infrastructure layer with real-time metrics and predictive analytics.
Views: 2092 Delighted Robot
"Designing business models for scale" by Evan Samek (EN)
 
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Last week Evan Samek, Business Designer and Writer at Your Starter Story, came to mentor the Campers on "Designing business models and scalability". Scalability is a key term because that's what makes startups so special. Compared to traditional companies, Web technology makes it possible to scale up at a previously unseen level.
Views: 1698 NUMA Paris
Local Marketing Agency | Developing a High End Service
 
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A complete method for a local marketing agency to develop a high end service. Full client acquisition training here - http://covetedconsultant.com/free - - - - Find great clients in your local market. Playlist is here - http://bit.ly/2oXw50H - - - - You decided to sell your digital marketing services to local businesses, but what exactly do you sell them? Hey, it's Alzay Calhoun with Coveted Consultant, and I'm assuming that you've already seen the first video so you agree that focusing on local businesses just makes more sense, and you've already selected a couple of niches that make the most sense for you. If you don't know what I'm talking about, a link is in the description, so you can catch up. If you do know what I'm talking about, let's move forward together. What exactly do you sell people? What should your services look like? Well, the first disclaimer is that digital marketing in today's time requires cross-functional competence. It requires what? What I mean is digital marketing in today's time period, requires more than one skill to come together in order for it to be valuable to clients. What I mean is even if you focus on SEO specifically, you're going to have to write some content. You got to be good at writing copy, you're going to be engaged in some way in social media. Even if you do social media only, you got to write some copy to go on those social media platforms. You're going to have to install it on their website in some way. Even if you only do video, you got to put it on their website, you got to promote it on social media, et cetera. Doing digital media and doing it well, requires some mix of these skills in order for it be valuable to a client. That part you know. Okay, the client on the other hand, your client has one of three major issues. They're trying to acquire more clients or customers, they're trying to better serve the clients or customers they already have, or they're trying to retain more of their customers. Some people call this pay, stay, and refer, but that's what's on their mind right now. They're trying to get more of this going on. Your challenge is to use your skills to solve for one of these problems. Here's the major breakdown. Most of you have taken your skills and packaged them up really neatly into what you call a service, but that service doesn't solve any of these problems. The frustration or the friction is when you sit down to have a conversation, they're coming from this point of view, and you're still talking about your mix of these things. Let's fix that right now. Instead of talking more and more about how your services come together into a service, let's talk about this being the agreed solution. Your client has a problem, either getting more clients, serving existing clients, or keeping them for the long term. There's a way that they like to have that done. That would be their solution. Your job is to put your skills together in such a way where this is exactly what happens. The better you do this, the better this happens, and the more money they'll be willing to pay you. Hey, it's Alzay again, and thanks for taking the time to watch the video. Let's talk about some next steps. Next step, number one. Please post your comment, your question, your thought, or your response in the comment box below. That dialog helps all of us better digest the content. It also helps me understand what videos I should be creating next. Next step, number two. What are you going to do with the information that you now have? What I find unfortunately is that most people don't do anything. It's just too easy to watch 19 more videos or to read 45 more blog posts. I'll be honest with you. The videos that you're receiving here are snapshots from a much larger, better organized coaching program. If you're over the information and you know it's time to execute, you may really appreciate the coaching program. There's a free training somewhere on this page right here. You can click it and that free training will tell you all about what the program is and is not, and if it makes sense, you can join. Either choice you make, I'm so glad to have you as a part of this community, and I look forward to seeing you in the next video. - - - - Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 1555 CovetedConsultant
Productizing Hadoop - Creating Enterprise Value, Not Dependency
 
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In this video, Brian Christian from Zettaset describes how the company has productized Hadoop for ease of use, HPC speed, and enterprise security. "Our mission is to analyze more data, more quickly, and in a smaller footprint," says Jim Vogt, CEO of Zettaset, Inc. "Working with Hyve Solutions and IBM, we've simplified big data for deployment on enterprise class commodity hardware." Learn more at: http://www.zettaset.com.
Views: 441 RichReport
How to Scale a Service Business: From Idea to $400k in Monthly Recurring Revenue
 
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Three years ago Design Pickle didn’t exist. It wasn’t even an idea in founder Russ Perry’s head yet. That’s why it seems crazy to me that today the unlimited graphic design service is doing $400k in monthly recurring revenue! Back in 2014 Russ was running a creative agency, but he started to hate everything about it. “I felt like I was in a prison of my own creation,” he said. By January 2015, he’d shut down his agency and started working as a freelancer. Not wanting to build a similar prison again, he sought out a different business model — one with a simpler service offering that was designed to scale. From taking on a friend as his first client to now completing more than 800 design jobs a day, it’s been an incredibly quick ascension and a great example of how to scale a service business. Tune in to hear how Russ grew his business from zero to $410k+ in monthly recurring revenue in less than 3 years. We cover his marketing strategies, his hiring best practices, and what Design Pickle does to keep customers coming back month after month. For the full notes, links, and to download the free PDF "highlight reel" summary of this conversation, please visit: http://www.sidehustlenation.com/scale-a-service-business/ -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 379 Nick Loper
Productized Consulting Platform | disruption of consulting industry | MulTra GmbH
 
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http://www.productized-consulting.com http://www.multra-gmbh.com/management-consulting-services
Views: 133 MulTra GmbH
How To Find Consulting Clients
 
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Would you like to know how to find consulting clients? Download the resources here - http://covetedconsultant.com/how-to-find-consulting-clients Warning: you need to be clear on your solution AND the problem it solves before you go out looking for clients. If you don’t, you can do a lot of “research” and spin your wheels...never finding the client most interested in working with you. With that said, the goal of this video and download is to help you identify where to find specific audiences in large groups...quickly. As you go through, you will find a particular approach that resonates with you as the best place to find your BEST client. Go with that! Research that method at the expense of the others. Do not try to know everything about each method. Trying to know everything is an exercise in futility. Like I mentioned in the video, once you’ve put yourself in front of potential clients you need to have a prepared process for how to understand their needs and close them. This is a process you should have in place before you start “meeting people”. Potential clients will want to have conversation(s) with you. They need to have conversation(s) with you. Controlling the scope of these conversations is makes them more valuable for you and your potential client. Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMM_R8V1iJ4
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Picking a scalable product or service
 
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John Warrillow, author of Built To Sell, describes how to pick a product or service that is scalable and will allow you to sell your business
Views: 1207 John Warrillow
7 Tips To Reverse Engineer A Successful Business
 
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http://www.groovymarketing.biz/blog/reverse-engineer - Reverse engineering. It's the secret weapon.  Possibly the most under realized skill used in entrepreneurship. You have to reverse engineer results or you'll find yourself "lost" fast.  Or stuck.  How do you do this? How do you produce the desired outcome, action, result that ultimately lands you the time freedom you want? Imagine you have one of those mazes they put on the back of kids menus at restaurants. The end of the maze is where you are trying to get to, right? Start there and cheat backwards. This is the only way to ensure you get to where you want to go.  So how do you do this in business? Try the following: 👉 set a date and a dollar goal. Identify the revenue you need before you move one step further. Be specific and clear so that you don't fool yourself by saying "more money". A goal that is not articulate will only result in confusion when you get further down the path.  👉 "productize" what you sell. Stay singular and specialize. Do not be a generalist. You can't do it all and if you try your product quality will suffer. This effects your customer life time value. If that goes down, you'll never grow. Identify the repeatable unit that you can keep creating new customers with and scale THAT.  "By (fill in the date) I will have produced (insert desired revenue). "  This sentence could change your life.  👉 create a unique process around your product or service. Use a step by step approach to everything. Script it. This will make it easier for customers and staff alike to adopt what you are doing. Owning a process makes it easier to pitch and puts you in control. Be clear about what you're selling and potential customers will be more likely to buy your product.  👉 "model the masters" by observing what others are doing successfully. Follow the same sequence they do to acquire and indoctrinate customers. This is also known as "funnel hacking".  👉 acquire a skill. It's likely that you've done that already, but to go to the next level it may require YOU to become more valuable. This could range from becoming a Facebook ads ninja to becoming the best hiring genius and team builder possible.  👉 get a coach. Invest in yourself. My previous point is accelerated when you have a Jedi master pulling you through. Most people don't do this. It's unfortunate. Usually a broken/limited mindset keeps them from doing it. Parents or something chirping in their brains...A coach is like getting a new parent for a very specific part of your development. They guide you down a path they have actually been down. Until you do this you may be an orphan when it comes to acquiring skills that will make a difference.  👉 just do it. Take time to actually execute. Go do it. Get crap done. Hustle. A good friend of mine has a saying, "action creates traction".  Reverse engineer your goals with the above and you'll go farther than anyone ever allowed you to believe.  Comment below with questions or thoughts. I'd love to hear where you are and what you are doing in regards to the above.
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Telecom Reporting and Business Analysis
 
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Participating Vendors: TeleManagement Technologies, ICOMM Visibility into the assets and services across the telecom environment is a critical component of effective telecom management. Turning this visibility into actionable reports and information that the organization can use to make critical business decisions is equally as important. Determining the information needs of stakeholders and customizing reports based upon these requirements is a critical component of reporting success. This webinar outlines key telecom reporting trends and offers guidance on how to overcome common reporting challenges.
Views: 439 AOTMP
THE BUSINESS IDEA LAUNCH GUIDE - Free Masterclass | London Real Academy
 
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FREE FACEBOOK GROUP FOR ENTREPRENEURS: https://fb.com/groups/business.accelerator.workshop/ Next Masterclass: https://londonreal.tv/webinar Webinar Workbook: http://londonreal.link/WorkbookLR Show-up Bonus: (only for attendees of the live-stream) #LondonReal #LondonRealTV
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AnActionPlan for Professional Services
 
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AnActionPlan is a platform for productizing business processes. Meet Jim. Jim is an expert in mergers and acquisitions. He worked for many years doing M&A for a huge conglomerate. We can’t tell you the name of the conglomerate, but the initials are “G.E.”. Jim hung out his shingle and now works with companies that are buying other companies. Jim is always answering two questions from his prospects: “What will I get?” and “How long will it take?” Jo owns a small chain of coffee shops, and came to Jim to help her acquire another local café. Jo is brilliant at running coffee shops, but acquisitions are not her cup of tea. Jim showed Jo his “Action Plan for Acquiring a Small Business”, and she was blown away. He was able to tell her all of the steps required, how long they would take, and how much it would cost. Jim loves AnActionPlan because it makes it easy to scale his professional talents. Jo loves AnActionPlan because it kept her in the loop through the whole process. If you sell your time as a consultant, coach or other professional, visit anactionplan.com to find out how our platform can help you book more business and keep your clients happy.
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Sales Training: How to Sell Services [5 Sales Prospecting Tips]
 
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A complete method for a local marketing agency to Sell Services [5 Sales Prospecting Tips] - - - - Complete client acquisition training here - http://covetedconsultant.com/free - - - - What exactly is spam? Here is a helpful article - http://bit.ly/2qoHHKp - - - Well, a current subscriber sent in some questions about engaging with clients. I figured I'd answer them. Let's get to it. Hey. It's Alzay Calhoun with Coveted Consultant and we've got a community member who sent us some questions and I thought I'd make a video addressing them. They're all about engaging with prospective clients. Here's one of the things that he asked. What do you do when client prospects go dark? This scenario is you've been interacting with someone about doing business, about possibly doing work with them, and you were interacting for a little while. Maybe it was two days or two weeks or two months, whatever it was. Number one is that your prospective client, who probably runs a business, is busy. They have 100 other things that are going on that are different and separate from what you think is important, which is selling more of your services. Second really important thing about this conversation is that as you're engaging with this prospective client, do you understand the problem that they're facing or are you anxious to figure out what kind of service they want to purchase from you? Third major part of this is keep marketing. Question number two he wrote was: When do you talk about money in a prospect discussion? You and the client are engaged in conversation and you're trying to figure out when you bring up money. This YouTube channel has a very specific focus. What I believe in are productized services. You should pre packaged and offering and that offering should have a set time frame, a set scope and a set price. I do not believe that you should be arm wrestling with clients, trying to figure out what their budget may or may not be. I think that's the wrong way to go. I think you should come like an expert and say, "Listen. If you want to go from here to here we can get here under this time frame at this price and at this scope of work." I just think it's an easier way of communicating. With that being said, the first thing you should do when you interact with them or in that first set of interactions depending on how you're doing things, is to understand what they're faced with. What problem do they have? Then, as they're talking things through and you're understanding that, you're mapping that against how you know you can deliver services, how you know you can deliver at a high level. Question three is: How do you avoid spam filters or being labeled as spam? I'm assuming that he's doing email outreach in some way and how do you make sure you don't find yourself in a spam folder. There's a very complex answer to this question that frankly is over and above my knowledge base. I'm not a spam expert. I'm not an email expert in that way so I won't even act like I am. What I will do is I'll find the link to an article and I'll put it in the description and then you can click that and you can nerd out about it if you want. Question number four: New marketing efforts for old school businesses? I told you, he's an old school kind of guy and that's kind of his sensibility. What I would say to him and anybody else who feels like they're from the old school is do not learn anything new. In your old school training and your old school successes, there are some things that you know work. If cold calling works because you know how to do it, then pick up the phone and start calling. If snail mail is how you do it because that's how you know how to do it, write handwritten letters, well then get writing some letters. That's what you know how to do. Question number five is: What is spam anyway? Spam is one of those terms that we use, basically to capture the idea of unwanted email. Any time we get an unwanted email we label it as spam. Actually, there is a very definitive definition of spam. Essentially, that is soliciting business from folks who do not want to be solicited. That's sending commercial email to people who do not want commercial email. There's also a more nerdy, longer, legalistic definition of that. I'll put that in the comment box below. If you've got a question or comment of your own, please post that in the comment box below. We'll review those and create more of these videos if you like it. Second thing is, did you like this format? Did it work for you? If you like it, let me know. If you didn't, say you didn't and make a suggestion about something else and perhaps we'll go in that route. - - - - Subscribe for more videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?Vadd_user=covetedconsultant Visit the full Website here: http://www.CovetedConsultant.com
Views: 1647 CovetedConsultant
What is required to become a successful Project Manager
 
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Product Management & Product Marketing have always been strategic roles for any organization in the business of creating and successfully launching products or productized services predictably. With several successful product companies in India who have gone global and most global multinationals wanting to launch their products for emerging markets, the product management role and career path has received a renewed attention in India in the recent years. According to the recent research report released at NASSCOM 85% of all Product Managers in India came from a technology background essentially professionals graduating from roles like engineering managers, project managers, UX designers, Architects, Business Analysts and alike. The session will talk about the role & definition of a global Product Management in the context of India and discuss the ground reality of career path options for a product manager. You can check the research report that was launched at NASSCOM on Product Management in India here: www.adaptivemarketing.in
Views: 1266 TechGig
ChannelPro Network Webinar with Revenue Rocket: 3 Keys to Building an IT Business You Can Sell
 
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Is an acquisition part of your exit plan, as an IT services firm? If not, then the time to start creating a business someone will eventually want to buy is now. Join Reed Warren, vice president of M&A consultancy Revenue Rocket, for a look at the three keys to getting acquired: Specialization, productization, and verticalization.
Pricing and Packaging with Gary Pica: Strategies to dramatically increase recurring revenue
 
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Is your recurring revenue increasing every month? Join Gary Pica, MSP business expert, and Dima Kumets, Sr. Product Manager at OpenDNS, as they discuss proven methods for pricing and packaging your managed service offerings. And gain insight into how to differentiate your MSP by delivering a complete security stack. In this webinar you will learn: Guidelines for pricing managed and cloud services that will take the mystery out of pricing your offering. How to package your offering to maximize sales, service delivery, and profit margins. The 3 most common mistakes IT providers make. Get answers to your burning questions: What should I include? How many offering should I have? How should I present the offering? How you package and price your support offering is the most important decision most IT providers will make. Learn key best practices that ensure you will get it right.
Views: 1299 OpenDNS
What is the Role of a Project Manager
 
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Product Management & Product Marketing have always been strategic roles for any organization in the business of creating and successfully launching products or productized services predictably. With several successful product companies in India who have gone global and most global multinationals wanting to launch their products for emerging markets, the product management role and career path has received a renewed attention in India in the recent years. According to the recent research report released at NASSCOM 85% of all Product Managers in India came from a technology background essentially professionals graduating from roles like engineering managers, project managers, UX designers, Architects, Business Analysts and alike. The session will talk about the role & definition of a global Product Management in the context of India and discuss the ground reality of career path options for a product manager. You can check the research report that was launched at NASSCOM on Product Management in India here: www.adaptivemarketing.in
Views: 10059 TechGig
How I Track the Progress of My Business | FEE037 (Teaser)
 
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Click here to watch podcast video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv2e9PI9yH8&feature=youtu.be In this episode of Fee Based Financial Planning Mastery™, I'm going to reveal two tools that I use to track the progress of my business. This podcast is my way of bringing together like-minded financial professionals so that we can communicate and share what's working (and more importantly, what's not) in the world of financial planning. So, Subscribe for Free Now! My plan is to record a new episode on the 1st and 15th of each month. Subscribing today will deliver these episodes to you as soon as they are released. To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: iTunes http://bit.ly/WX4XVd RSS (non-iTunes feed) http://bit.ly/149UmNW If you have a chance, please leave me an honest rating and review on iTunes. It will help the show and its ranking in iTunes immensely! I appreciate it! Enjoy the show! the show!
Productized  How to Build a 7 Figure Web Design Business   Udemy
 
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Get the secret formula to how I built a web design business, grew it, then sold it for 7 figures 3 years later Check out the course here:http://bit.ly/2ppckOI
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ePlus Managed Services
 
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Watch how ePlus’ portfolio of lifecycle services helps organizations mitigate risk and maximize business impact. From support and remediation to business solutions and guidance, ePlus is helping customers break new ground. The video also features how OrthoCarolina leverages ePlus service capabilities throughout its organization, specifically to address healthcare mandates. You’ll also hear from Marcy Blair, services vice president for the partner channels community at Cisco, to explain how partners like ePlus are critical to Cisco’s go-to-market strategy.
Views: 1052 ePlus