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Webinar: Drive Sales and Customer Service Performance with Gamification

Learn from industry experts on how gamification improves adoption & enhances the performance of your sales & services employees

Click Here to Register for Webinar Now!

When: Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 10:00 a.m. Pacific

Last year, companies invested more than $5 billion into CRM-based applications to optimize their sales and service processes. But as more than 50% of employees fail to adopt these applications, Gartner predicts that only 1% of organizations provide a consistent customer service experience across channels and a projected 10% loss in revenue from bad sales performance management

Join Badgeville and our industry experts on Tuesday, December 17, at 10:00 a.m. PT as they share how gamification can enable sales and service leaders to provide a more personalized, rewarding user experience on top of their enterprise applications, leading to greater user adoption and performance.

In this upcoming webinar, you will learn:

  • Different gamification design concepts that influence the user behaviors of sales and services employees
  • Engagement templates built by The Behavior Lab aimed at sales productivity and customer service excellence
  • Demos on how gamification can be integrated into your CRM application

Who should attend:

  • Sales Leadership
  • Customer Service Managers
  • Heads of Learning

Register now - space is limited.

Featured Speakers

Tony Ventrice

Chris Lynch
Director of Product Marketing
Badgeville

Tony Ventrice
Sr. Game Designer
Badgeville

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