Sales Enablement in a Sales 2.0 world

web conferencing in a virtual 3D environment for remote meetings, training, sales enablement, and sales support

Posted in Uncategorized by salesenablement on March 31, 2012

On March 28, 2012 Corporate Visions @corpv tweeted:

“Key findings: Sales enablement tools for customer conversations in a virtual environment are missing”

I would suggest to take a look at AvayaLive Engage.

AvayaLive Engage (formerly named web.alive and originally developed at Nortel) is web conferencing in a virtual 3D environment for remote meetings, training, sales [enablement], and [sales] support. I’m no longer affiliated with the product or any of the companies behind it, but I used to do product marketing for it back in 2009. On the website AvayaLive.com you can sign up for your chance to participate in the beta program. You’ll get 90 days of FREE AvayaLive Connect service. There is also a free trial with your own environment for 15 days.

“[...] rich and immersive avatar-based collaboration [...]

    • [...] allows you for the first time to meet with your online customer in the same way as if they crossed the physical threshold of your business’ front door. Unleash your real-time voice and existing highly skilled staff to go and talk to your customers, either one-on-one or in a crowd. By doing so, you provide them relevant information to help them down ‘off of the fence’ [...]. The same environment can be used to provide support, and a community of users with knowledge can help deepen your relationship with customers, as well as providing a place to work with your customers [...]“

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  1. Quora said, on April 2, 2012 at 11:02 am

    What are alternate uses for 3D virtual environments can you imagine? ex: spoton3d.com; secondlife.com,…

    I just blogged about avayalive engage here: http://salesenablement.wordpress.com/2012/03/31/web-conferencing-in-a-virtual-3d-environment-for-remote-meetings-training-sales-enablement-and-sales-support/ The following is mostly taken from the website htt…

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