Salesnet Launches New Complimentary Training Courses

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Salesnet, a customer relationship management (CRM) software and professional services company, announces a new series of short-courses geared toward end user effectiveness. To complement the successful administrator training courses, Salesnet chose to expand its offerings with complimentary short-courses focused on specific topics.

Salesnet, a customer relationship management (CRM) software and professional services company, announces a new series of short-courses geared toward end user effectiveness. To complement the successful administrator training courses, Salesnet chose to expand its offerings with complimentary short-courses focused on specific topics.

Salesnet’s Training course formats include online training via web meeting, in-person training conducted with small groups for increased interactivity and recorded overview-level training accessed online. To view further training offerings and details, go to http://www.salesnet.com/training.

Continuous training is one of the key components to early adoption and success of any CRM implementation and is critical to achieving true user proficiency. Salesnet’s philosophy when it comes to training is “Train with a Purpose”. Every opportunity to train should have specific goals during the session that coincide with purposeful tasks for each user to accomplish after the session. Salesnet is committed to their customers’ success, and training is an essential part of the process.

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Salesnet® is a leading provider of online CRM software specializing in managing and reinforcing successful sales performance. Salesnet CRM™ is extremely configurable, while remaining easy to learn and use, empowering companies to sell more effectively. Organizations such as Namasco, Sovereign Bank and ITSM Academy use Salesnet CRM™ to increase revenues, improve sales and marketing effectiveness, and successfully manage customer relationships. For more information on Salesnet®, go to http://www.salesnet.com.

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