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By: Amy Petersen
The holidays are behind us which means it’s time for you to make good on your “” New Year’s resolution. My might have been empty since Thanksgiving but not anymore. This is what we HR people like to call our busy season and to help you help us I have compiled a few interview tips that will set you apart from other candidates.
Wow, does technology change fast or what? Just when you think you have a handle on that new system, your company is getting ready to roll out the latest and greatest version. As a technology solutions provider, we believe that it is imperative for your business to stay at the forefront of technology but only if the cost justifies the means. Keeping up with technology just for the sake of keeping up is pointless. Many companies upgrade without really knowing the reasons why they should. As a business owner, if you are going to spend the time and money implementing new technology, then do your homework. We suggest doing the following before putting your company and employees through another technology upgrade.
In the ever changing world of technology it is so easy to fall into the trap of being a product based salesperson instead of a solutions based salesperson. As a seasoned salesperson, here are a couple of reasons why I think this happens:
The interview process is the best chance you have to set yourself apart from other candidates. This is the time to really sell yourself and to find out if the job/company is the right match for you. I’m sure you’ve heard all of the same advice for years: “ask questions, be polite, keep it professional”. Standard advice but here are a few tips that those advice givers may have overlooked that can be crucial to the success of your interview:
In today’s ever changing world of technology, decision makers are more budget conscious than ever. Choosing the right A/V system is no exception. A/V systems have become very commonplace. Unlike life safety systems which must meet codes and regulations when choosing device locations, there is no cookie-cutter approach when it comes to installing an A/V system.