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AIIM
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AIIM – The Global Community of Information Profe...
A Need for Digital Transformation
 Corporations need a digital
transformation to improve
productivity
 We are seeing wea...
Replace Paper
68% believe
business-at-
the-speed-of-
paper will be
“unacceptable
in just a few
years’ time”
46% consider t...
Replace Legacy Systems
“Significant” or “very significant” business
problem:
 High Cost of Ownership – 91%
 Difficult Up...
Achieve Operational Excellence
The Role of Managed Content Services (MCS):
 Automation – Improve productivity of administ...
6
Be Proactive to Grow Your Business
“A recent Corporate Executive Board study
of more than 1,400 B2B customers found
that...
7
Target Business Leaders
 Provocation-Based Selling:
 Challenges the prevailing point of view
 Addresses unacknowledge...
8
What are the two
biggest factors that
would make you
amenable to a
discussion with a sales
representative from a
non-inc...
Tailor Your Approach
 Identifying the actual decision makers.
 Identify purchase initiator, gatekeepers, influencers,
de...
10
Challenge Your Customers
According to a global study of sales rep
productivity among 6,000 reps across nearly
100 compa...
Customers value the Challenger
approach according to research; The
biggest driver of B2B customer loyalty
is a supplier’s ...
12
Reduce Uncertainty / Increase Value
In the most general and fundamental sense,
what the professional service organizati...
Your New Role
Source: Sirius Decision
/ AIIM
The Need for Education
Source: Sirius Decisions
AIIM training in information management
technologies and best practices
Close to 30,000 course attendees
Self-paced or liv...
MCS Sales Enablement Course
 Learn best practices and technologies for Managed Content Services to
earn the AIIM ECMp des...
Feedback From Course Attendees
 “One of the best training sessions I have attended in a long
time. Useful and powerful in...
Day 1 - Course Agenda
Selling Enterprise IT in the Age of Consumer IT
Exercise: Identify Possible Customers
Exercise: Anti...
Day 2 - Course Agenda
Provide New or Unique Insights
Case Studies from Different Industries
Role-play #2: How to Engage St...
Course Instructor
 "Working with Atle is like working with a MENSA Navy Seal -
failure is not an option. He adds sparkle ...
6 Months Access to ECMp Resources
Get:
• Unlimited 24/7 access for
6 months
• Downloadable resources,
checklists, and temp...
Online ECMp Course Resources
1. How to Get Started with Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
2. How to Capture Enterprise C...
AIIM.org – Your Industry Partner
 AIIM Executive Leadership Council – a think-tank for information management
with CxOs f...
Questions?
Atle Skjekkeland
Email: askjekkeland@aiim.org
Web: www.aiim.org/training
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How to sell MCS - Managed Content Services

  1. 1. Atle Skjekkeland Chief Evangelist AIIM askjekkeland@aiim.org www.aiim.org AIIM – The Global Community of Information Professionals 2-Day Training Course in How to Sell Managed Content Services “One of the best training sessions I have attended in a long time. Useful and powerful information, critical to what we are trying to accomplish” - ECM director, leading MFP provider
  2. 2. A Need for Digital Transformation  Corporations need a digital transformation to improve productivity  We are seeing weak growth in both jobs and productivity (both before and after the recession)  Annual productivity gains have declined from 3.3% to 1.8%  Many corporations have over the last 10 years failed to leverage IT to improve productivity. Source: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco http://www.frbsf.org/economic-research/files/wp12-18bk.pdf
  3. 3. Replace Paper 68% believe business-at- the-speed-of- paper will be “unacceptable in just a few years’ time” 46% consider that the biggest single productivity improvement for most of their business processes is to remove the paper
  4. 4. Replace Legacy Systems “Significant” or “very significant” business problem:  High Cost of Ownership – 91%  Difficult Upgrades – 87%  Poor Cross-Functional Processes – 86%  What the Apps Deliver Doesn’t Match Business Requirements – 80%  Inflexibility Limits Process Change – 75% Source: Forrester survey among 111 businesses, 2010 Legacy Systems: New Systems:
  5. 5. Achieve Operational Excellence The Role of Managed Content Services (MCS):  Automation – Improve productivity of administrative staff by 33.5% (in average) with using work-flowed scanned forms and documents  Control – Reduce legal costs, fines and damages by 25% (in average) by applying best practice procedures to records management, security and e-Discovery  Engagement - Improve customer service levels and response times by 32.2% (in average) by providing immediately access to all customer related and case- related information that you hold  Insights - Improve productivity of professional staff by 30.9% (in average) by ensuring they can find internal information and documents as quickly and as easily as they find information on the web Source: AIIM.org
  6. 6. 6 Be Proactive to Grow Your Business “A recent Corporate Executive Board study of more than 1,400 B2B customers found that those customers completed, on average, nearly 60% of a typical purchasing decision—researching solutions, ranking options, setting requirements, benchmarking pricing, and so on—before even having a conversation with a supplier” Implications? You need to create relationships with an organization before the customer requirements are set. Source: http://hbr.org/2012/07/the-end-of-solution-sales/ar/1
  7. 7. 7 Target Business Leaders  Provocation-Based Selling:  Challenges the prevailing point of view  Addresses unacknowledged angst  Targets strategic problems  Begins with the business case and then provides technical proof  Starts an executive-level dialogue  Uses an insightful hypothesis to provoke a response  Is proactive in leading, and forcing issues out  Compels often project investments outside an existing budget Source: http://hbr.org/2009/03/in-a-downturn-provoke-your-customers/ar/1
  8. 8. 8 What are the two biggest factors that would make you amenable to a discussion with a sales representative from a non-incumbent at any time in the cycle? (Max TWO) Provide New & Unique Insights
  9. 9. Tailor Your Approach  Identifying the actual decision makers.  Identify purchase initiator, gatekeepers, influencers, deciders, purchaser and the user.  Determining how buyers view their self-interest.  All buyers act selfishly, but they sometimes miscalculate.  Identify financial, product or service, social or political, and personal benefits  Gathering and applying psychological intelligence.  Make sure that sales calls are highly productive and informative  Listen to the sales force  Reward rigorous fact gathering, analysis, and execution Source: http://hbr.org/2006/07/major-sales-who-really-does-the-buying/ar/6
  10. 10. 10 Challenge Your Customers According to a global study of sales rep productivity among 6,000 reps across nearly 100 companies by the Sales Executive Council: 1. Every sales professional falls into one of five distinct profiles.  Relationship Builders  Hard Workers  Lone Wolves  Reactive Problem Solvers  Challengers 2. Challengers dramatically outperform the other profiles, particularly Relationship Builders. Source: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/09/selling_is_not_about_relatio.html
  11. 11. Customers value the Challenger approach according to research; The biggest driver of B2B customer loyalty is a supplier’s ability to deliver new insights. Source: Corporate Executive Board Drive B2B Customer Loyalty
  12. 12. 12 Reduce Uncertainty / Increase Value In the most general and fundamental sense, what the professional service organization really has to offer to corporate clients is the reduction or minimization of uncertainty. Clients look at the following 3 uncertainties when buying professional services: 1. Identifying uncertainty 2. Confronting concrete problems 3. Identifying true professionals Source: http://hbr.org/1966/03/how-to-buysell-professional-services/ar/1
  13. 13. Your New Role Source: Sirius Decision / AIIM
  14. 14. The Need for Education Source: Sirius Decisions
  15. 15. AIIM training in information management technologies and best practices Close to 30,000 course attendees Self-paced or live courses 1 in 4 students are from IT solution or service providers AIIM Training Courses Job posting by Oracle Germany; • 89% of course attendees say AIIM training made them more effective at identifying and engaging prospects • 78% became more effective at demonstrating how their solution matches the customer requirements • 97% found the course content to be excellent, good, or satisfactory.
  16. 16. MCS Sales Enablement Course  Learn best practices and technologies for Managed Content Services to earn the AIIM ECMp designation  Identify vertical and horizontal opportunities for selling MCS  Horizontals: Finance (AR, Financial Close Process, AP, Procurement & Purchasing, Contract Management); HR, etc.  Verticals: Banking (Lending, Audit/Compliance, Fraud Investigations, Card Services, Check Processing), Insurance, etc.  Learn how to engage decision makers and influencers  Provide new and unique business insights  Demonstrate importance with research and case studies  Educate the customer about their requirements  Grow your MCS business
  17. 17. Feedback From Course Attendees  “One of the best training sessions I have attended in a long time. Useful and powerful information, critical to what we are trying to accomplish”  “A very direct approach to understanding ECM opportunities”  “Excellent course for elevating the conversations with our customers”  “This was a very content rich course that would benefit an organization that provides ECM solutions”  “Giant step in knowledge”  “Great training and trainer, able to walk away feeling confident to speak with customers”  “Integral factor of the success of your future as it relates to your current and prospective customers” Almost all attendees rate the course 5 out of 5 points
  18. 18. Day 1 - Course Agenda Selling Enterprise IT in the Age of Consumer IT Exercise: Identify Possible Customers Exercise: Anticipate Concerns Discussion Capture/ECM/BPM Technologies and Instruments Introduction to Managed Content Services
  19. 19. Day 2 - Course Agenda Provide New or Unique Insights Case Studies from Different Industries Role-play #2: How to Engage Stakeholders Role-play #3: How to Handle Objections Role-play #1: Identify Opportunities Set Targets The Sales Process
  20. 20. Course Instructor  "Working with Atle is like working with a MENSA Navy Seal - failure is not an option. He adds sparkle and hope to every initiative he undertakes." Thornton May, Futurist, Author, Educator.  "He's one the most forward looking people in the business and deeply understands the trends in our industry like few others. Perhaps most importantly though, he's a go-getter and is excellent at activating successfully on a strategic agenda.” Dion Hinchcliffe, Dachis Group, InformationWeek, ZDNet.  "I have known Atle for about 5 years. During that time, he revived the fortunes of AIIM in EMEA, sponsored many worthwhile events there. We had him as a speaker at several Gartner conferences and his presentations were very well received, and highly rated. Atle is knowledgeable, likable and motivated, especially skilled at getting people to work together.” Debra Logan, Gartner. Atle Skjekkeland, AIIM Chief Evangelist www.linkedin.com/in/skjekkeland/
  21. 21. 6 Months Access to ECMp Resources Get: • Unlimited 24/7 access for 6 months • Downloadable resources, checklists, and templates • Online exam leading to the ECM Practitioner (ECMp) designation
  22. 22. Online ECMp Course Resources 1. How to Get Started with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) 2. How to Capture Enterprise Content 3. How to Improve Collaboration on Enterprise Content 4. How to Create and Manage Metadata 5. How to Organize Enterprise Content 6. How to Improve Access to Enterprise Content 7. How to Improve Content-Centric Processes Using Workflow and BPM 8. How to Secure Enterprise Content 9. How to Manage Enterprise Content throughout the Content Lifecycle 10. How to Ensure Digital Preservation
  23. 23. AIIM.org – Your Industry Partner  AIIM Executive Leadership Council – a think-tank for information management with CxOs from leading solution providers like Fujitsu, Oracle, IBM and Microsoft. This is an exclusive community to identify and discuss emerging trends and opportunities. Futurist and IT Leadership Academy dean and CEO Thornton May hosts the bi-annual meetings, and previous speakers include CIOs from T-Mobile, Royal Caribbean Cruise line, Boeing, BP, Yale, and MIT.  AIIM Professional development - custom and standard training courses with more then 25,000+ students. We also develop custom courses for large companies like Chevron and HP. Another good example of this is Oracle Europe - we developed all sales and professional services training for their first ECM solution. This helped them meet their sales target by more than 50%.  AIIM B2B Marketing services - content marketing and lead generation for leading solution providers like EMC, IBM, OpenText, and HP. This includes weekly webinars with 450+ registrations, monthly research identifying market trends and opportunities, and annual in–person seminars across the US and UK.
  24. 24. Questions? Atle Skjekkeland Email: askjekkeland@aiim.org Web: www.aiim.org/training

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