When doing a webinar make sure that you are focusing on the topic not just focusing on selling a product or service. If you present it correctly the interest in the topic should drive people to look at your product or service as the answer.
Rocky’s is a nice restaurant on right on the Ohio River looking across to Louisville, KY. They have a full menu ranging from subs to entire meals. We usually wind up getting a pizza and beer. Rocky’s has a great selection of beer (32 beers on tab). Small craft brews to high-end imports they have a beer that most people will enjoy. If you’re in Louisville it is a nice place to check out.
About 1 year ago we went live with Salesforce.com at D.D. Williamson this was my first time using Salesforce but the second CRM system I have implemented. We had a great partner (Infowelders at the time) that helped implement the vision we had for a CRM package. The implementation was successful. We delivered it on time and on target with all the customizations and setups that we had planned. Initial adoption was slower than I would have liked but slowly the organization has integrated it into the way they work on a daily basis.
One advantage of the timing for our roll-out and launch was the beta of Salesforce Chatter. Chatter has really added value to the organization. One major corporate wide (non-sales) project was completely managed using Chatter. It has over 200 files and 500 posts over the last 7 months.
We’ve added a lot of custom objects and fields to add additional functionality and clarity to Salesforce. Most of the customizations have been added to extend the footprint our the customer relationship. It helps us understand where we can add value to our customers.
Great place for a nice slice of pie. Check out the lunch special. Slice with 1 topping, drink, and cookie for $6.
Here is the new Vint Coffee (formerly Java Brewing) on Frankfort Ave.