How to Work and Sell from Home as Reps using tools such as Microsoft Teams

Check out our recent webinar with special guest Steve Turner of Turner Time Management for tips and tricks for working from home as a rep business during the COVID19 crisis. We cover rep-based best practices for common tools such as Microsoft Teams, Sharepoint, Google Meet, Outlook and Gmail email systems, other remote working and remote selling tools.   We wish you utmost health and safety during these difficult times.

Our findings on Webinar Tools

 

Service

External Customer Sign-on

Performance

Static Room

Expense / user month

Best use

Microsoft Teams

Hard

Medium

No

Free w O365

Internal

Gotomeeting

Medium

High

Yes

~$25

External

Google Meet

Easy

High

No

Free w Gsuite

Both

Zoom

Easy

High

Yes

~$25

Both

Webex

Medium

High

No

~$25

External

Uberconference

Easy

Medium

Yes

~$15

External

Sales Video Sharing Services

 

Service

Website

Expense / user month

Best use

Dubb

Dubb.com

Free/$40 pro

Sales Videos

Loom

Loom.com

Free/$5 pro

Quick Videos

Cloudapp

Getcloudapp.com

Free/$9 pro

Both

Gyazo

Gyazo.com

Free / $4 pro

Screen moments

 

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Box is offering 3 months free of its secure file sharing and collaboration platform. The offer is for the company’s Business plan and includes unlimited storage, mobile access, and advanced user and security reporting.Read More >>

Cisco is extending services for existing customers of Webex, its video conference platform. The offer includes unlimited usage without time restriction, support for fewer than 100 participants, and toll free dial-in.Read More >>

Cloudflare is offering unlimited seats of Cloudflare for Teams for organizations of all sizes through September 1, as well as a free 30-minute onboarding session. Cloudflare for Teams enables employees to connect to internal apps easily and safely while working remotely without the need for a VPN.Read More >>

Google is expanding features of Hangouts Meet, its video conferencing platform, for current customers through July 1st, 2020. Customers can now host larger meetings with up to 250 participants, live stream to 100,000 viewers, and save recordings to Google Drive.Read More >>

GoToMeeting is offering 3 months of free site-wide licensing of its video conferencing solution, GoToMeeting, for eligible organizations (health care providers, educational institutions, municipalities and non-profits).Read More >>

Microsoft is offering 6-months free of Microsoft Teams, a unified communication and collaboration platform. Starting on March 10th, restrictions will be lifted on how many users can join a team or schedule video calls.Read More >>

SurveyMonkey is offering free survey templates designed to help small business efficiently communicate with their workforce so that organizations can better understand how employees are adjusting to remote work.Read More >>

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