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11:00 am

Building Sales In The Times Of COVID 19 Crisis

April 29 @ 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

As the businesses restructure themselves to the new remote work model due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, there has been a multi-fold rise in the obstacles for them to execute their principal selling & marketing objectives. Being adaptive has become the need of the hour for the SMEs to derive maximum output with limited operational resources. As the crisis has begun to disrupt many areas of operations, it's critical that SMEs re-configure and re-plan their go-to-market approaches after redefining their new customer profiles and re-positioning their offerings. The next part of NASSCOM SME Council’s webinar series on ‘Building Sales in the times of COVID-19’ emphasizes on re-evaluation of sales cycle management and competition assessment to outline risks & opportunities associated with changing customer base in these dynamically uncertain times. The webinar in this series will discuss the following Key Focus Points: Sales Cycle management & closures in difficult times -Opportunity Qualification tool Competition handling. How to select the right competitive approach in the current scenario? Value Conversation framework. Sales closures SPEAKER AURIJIT GANGULIManaging Director,BizWin Consulting VIEW PROFILE Participation is free to all, but prior registration is mandatory. CLICK HERE  to register.

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3:00 pm

Tech Series: Building Always Available, Managed And Secure IT Infrastructure

April 29 @ 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Availability of business applications and communication/collaboration services all the time and specially during unforeseen events is very critical. This has come under spotlight in covid pandemic as businesses that had least impact were the ones that could quickly reconfigure into the mode of servicing customers remotely. To be able to reconfigure quickly one need to have IT infrastructure architecture that allows datacentre / cloud to deliver, employee to access securely and customers to transact online without physical constraints. The session will focus on how to leverage available technologies and services to create the Infrastructure setup that would minimise the impact in Disaster situation covering: Management Security DR Session will cover Context setting , sharing our experience and real life examples on how organisations coped Security in the remote work environment and managing / maintaining availability - DC side / multi-cloud / end user / VDI etc Availability of Data always, Automated DR, Traditional BCP WAR vs remote functioning in DR scenario SPEAKER NITIN MISHRAChief Product Officer,NTT-Netmagic VIEW PROFILE   Participation is free to all, but prior registration is mandatory. CLICK HERE  to register.

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