ECM Executive Commentary

  1. How Much are Your Invoices Actually Costing You?
    1/27/2014

    Ray Emirzian of docSTAR gives you two ways to calculate the costs of invoicing, providing you with information for strategic planning and for implementing tools you need to operate efficiently.

  2. How To Have A Horrible 2014
    1/22/2014

    Clint Hofer of Slingfly Media explains that if your company forgets or even overlooks key online marketing aspects, it could be a horrible year.

  3. You Can't Buy Customers … But You Can Buy Leads
    1/17/2014

    Gil Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says lead generation activities produce inquiries, only. Inquiries have to be qualified, nurtured, profiled and cultivated prior to their becoming sales-ready leads.

  4. My Book Recommendation: Good to Great
    1/16/2014

    Debi Besmer of Archelon Enclosures shares keys from the book Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't by Jim Collins that are vital to the corporate culture of a great company.

  5. You Can't Teach Ambition
    1/13/2014

    Gill Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says many entrepreneurs make the mistake of believing that they can turn someone who has little or no ambition into an extremely ambitious person. This is a common philosophical mistake that he sees engrained in the creation of many sales compensation programs. 

  6. Become A Trusted Advisor To Customers — Manufacturers Can Help
    1/9/2014

    Cathy McHugh of DVTEL lists ways manufacturers can help resellers maximize their value to their customers.

  7. What "Undercover Boss" Teaches Us
    1/8/2014

    Gill Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says looking at things from a different perspective can help to ensure you never get caught by surprise.

  8. Who Is Your Company's "Director of First Impressions"
    1/8/2014

    Gil Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group asks you if you can identify your company's "directors of first impressions" and if you approve of the quality of their work.

  9. Prospecting: It’s A Numbers Game
    1/6/2014

    Gill Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says prospecting is a numbers game but, far too often, the numbers are not adhered to. He reminds sales teams to be tenacious, persistent, yet professional when following up with prospects.

  10. So Many Resources, So Little Time
    1/3/2014

    With so much information available, it helps to have good recommendations that help you find valuable resources. Mary Ellen Grom, Vice President of US Marketing for SYNNEX Corporation shares a list of a few helpful books and websites that keep her focused on what matters day to day, both professionally and personally.

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