SDNCentral’s own Matt Palmer hosts an exclusive webinar teaching attendees how to stand out in the marketplace by addressing the specifics. It’s easy to get caught up in industry’s buzzwords and jargon, but Matt’s tactics show you how to use real strategies to adjust your customer-facing message. Learn how you can make the most of your products and services with this webinar.
SDxCentral Webinar: How to Differentiate Your SDx Offerings to Stand Out in a Crowded Marketplace
In this exclusive webinar, SDxCentral co-founder Matt Palmer highlights new methods and strategies to enhance your customer-facing message. Instead of getting caught up in the jargon of the industry, the SDxCentral webinar shows that in order to make sure your products and organization are noticed, you must grab the attention of your customers. Failing to do so can lead to lower revenue streams.
Matt pinpoints a few reasons why organizations might not be considered by consumers, such as:
- Inability to specify a certain problem solved by the product
- Lack of use case details to pique customer interest
- Inability to voice why customers should care
- Failure to show how a product solves a specific use case problem for a specific customer
Matt’s unique background and experience in the SDN and NFV space make him well versed on the needs of customers, and in this special SDxCentral webinar, he teaches you how to adequately share your message and situate yourself in the marketplace. Matt knows what can happen if companies don’t address the specifics… you are left out of consideration.
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