Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Bringing in sales with vertical markets

April 08, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Channel Explained: Vertical market sales strategy
Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer

In this Channel Explained video, Senior Technology Writer Stephen J. Bigelow offers tips for developing a strong vertical market strategy. Learn the benefits of vertical markets, how the right strategy can increase profitability and how you can overcome the challenges of switching to vertical markets.

Watch this Channel Explained video.

Open source meets economic stimulus
Channel Marker blog: An open source health IT system would undoubtedly change the medical industry for the better. But is implementing such a system in the near future a realistic venture with so many barriers to overcome?
Read this blog entry.

Free channel seminar coming to San Francisco
This spring, is hosting a dinner seminar specifically for channel professionals. Learn how to efficiently meet your customers' needs and drive more sales and services revenue for your business.

Helping Your Customers Create Energy-Efficient Data Centers
May 20, 2009 in San Francisco
-- Featuring data center design experts Robert McFarlane and Andi Mann

By attending this dinner seminar, you not only have the opportunity to enjoy complimentary dinner and drinks, but in just a few short hours our esteemed experts will review the critical information you need to make informed decisions in your role as a solutions provider.
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