Wednesday, August 26 | 12:00 – 12:45 p.m. E.T.
Salespeople spend a lot of time on sales applications intended to enable improved performance. However, the sheer number of connected applications and their inherent complexities mean sales teams spend more time figuring out how to perform tasks rather than doing them. Learning these applications through traditional, regimented methods rarely carries over, resulting in lost opportunities and diminished efficiency.
Join Whatfix’s Prakhar Jain as he walks through the learning challenges facing sales teams and how sales leadership can improve learning stickiness by combining the source of learning and the point of work into one.
|Prakhar Jain, Global Director of Sales, Whatfix
Prakhar Jain is a director of global sales at Whatfix. He works with the Whatfix worldwide sales team and global prospects and customers across verticals and industries. Prakhar has been a staunch advocate for digital adoption since the inception of Whatfix and evangelizes the concept widely, helping make a change in the enterprise learning and training world.
|Lee Glenn, Global CRM Training Consultant, Experian
Lee Glenn is a CRM training consultant at Experian, a multinational consumer credit reporting company. Lee’s scope of work and responsibilities at Experian include CRM & integrated applications onboarding training, reinforcement training, Instructional design, Training technology evaluation & procurement to name a few.