This year, we’ve made some changes to make PrismHR LIVE even better, including a brand new track – focusing on business growth. This track includes education and best practices to help you improve sales and marketing at every stage of the buying process.

Who should attend the new growth track?

The newly created growth track is perfect for your sales and marketing team members, sales engineers or those who provide technology demonstrations, and growth-minded executives.

Attendees will gain the knowledge they need to have an immediate impact within their organization.

Business Growth Track Highlights

The business growth track will feature outside speakers, PrismHR experts and your peers from the PEO and ASO industry. Some track highlights include:

Lighting a Spark in Your Customer Experience
Inspired by Andrew Davis and PrismHR LIVE 2016, Jeanette Coleman and Beth Foulk from Axcet will tell you how Axcet is changing its approach to focus on their overall customer experience to improve client relationships.

How to Demo PrismHR
Research has shown that the close ratio increases as much as 30% when you demo your HR technology during the sales process. Your sales team won’t want to miss this session!

Case Study: How to Build World-Class Sales and Marketing
Adam Graham, Chief of Sales and Marketing at Nextep will share his guidance, experience and lessons learned while building a top-tier marketing and sales team. Adam will help you learn how, where and when to invest in your sales and marketing teams as well as the technology needed to grow.

Positioning Your Services and Technology to Provide Business Value
Selling your services and technology to SMB business owners is complex and challenging because every prospective customer’s needs are different. Ray Dile will show you how to build questions that surface the real business issues and develop a compelling business case for your PEO services and PrismHR technology.

More growth track sessions and speakers will be announced soon. Register for PrismHR LIVE before prices increase on March 1, 2017.