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... a customer could simply click a button on your website and be connected face-to-face in high quality video with a member of your staff?
...they could do so without any software to download or accounts to sign up for or log into?
... brochures, paperwork, or other media could be sent to the customer through the video window without the need for emailing or extra hassle?
... the customer could come back at any time and be directly reconnected with the last representative they met with?
... any member of your staff could field one of these high quality calls via desktop, tablet or mobile device anywhere in the world?
... new technology gave your staff an opportunity to get back to basics, using all of their sales tools: language, voice, and nonverbal engagement?
As I read through the posts on this forum I see consistent themes and consistent discord. There are those sales people that embrace the art of selling and believe whole-heartedly in the wisdom of sales greats like Zig, Mandino, or Hopkins. Another crowd extols the virtues of embracing technology for quicker contact, more touches and greater visibility. The two camps seem to be at odds one preferring human interaction building relationship and the other marketing their socks off.
I am writing, not as automotive guru, but as high-tech executive that cherishes the virtues of selling and salesmanship.
In-line with my role and perspective, Flixn is offering a new solution- instant video through the web. Do we view this as an end to salesmen on the lot? Absolutely not. Instead we view this as a way to take expertise in engagement and relationship then combine it with dealer websites- where most sales begin. We view this as a way to allocate time and resources to closing rather than bombarding clients. We view this as a way to take the next step toward an integrative sales process.
As I mentioned earlier, Flixn is a tech company that has been around for quite awhile; providing solutions to large enterprise and Fortune 500 companies. Only now have we recognized the populous engages in video communication enough that offering our technology to a wide breadth of clients is viable.
We are looking for partners to assist us taking this to market, dealerships willing to pilot the solution, facilitate comparative analysis and data gathering and ultimately tout the virtues of the technology. We will begin our press cycle in July with major clients on board- there is an opportunity for partners and participants to be a part of the press.
Our web-presence is minimal. If you would like to schedule a demo please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or Josh Andrews our VP of Marketing email@example.com. You may also engage in browser conversation with me at www.flixn.com/team/rdziewulski
I look forward to hearing from you and hearing objections to the technology.
Bob Dziewulski COO Flixn