A partnership between Surado Solutions, the developer of sensible On-Premise and Cloud SaaS (News - Alert) CRM solutions and sales technique Authors Dr. David J. Lill and Jennifer K. Lill has been signed to this end.
This agreement will allow the professors to use Surado CRM Online software for Education as part of their sales teaching curriculum giving students experience with real world tools.
Surado CRM Online will give students insight into Surado’s rich Sales feature set including, Contact & Account Management, Activity Management, Sales Automation, Reporting and much more.Students will also be able to get hands-on experience on managing prospects and organizing sales calls and objectives using their very own state-of-the-art software.
Students who purchase Selling: The Profession will be eligible to receive an education subscription of Surado CRM Online.
“We wanted to provide our professors and their students with the most current, advanced CRM software on the market today that both professors and students would find easy to use and understand. Surado CRM Online has an extremely user-friendly interface, which makes it an excellent in-class teaching and demonstration tool,” said Dr. David J. Lill, co-author of Selling: The Profession. “In addition, we felt it was important to provide software with cloud-based capabilities, which is the way of the future in all software and computing, and especially in CRM software.”“Surado continues to invest in tomorrow’s generation by providing hands on experience in Online CRM technology to students across the world,” said Sundip R. Doshi, Surado CEO. “Dr. David J. Lill and Jennifer K. Lill are exceptional individuals and Selling: The Profession is an absolute must for any student learning the ins and outs of today’s competitive selling profession.”
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Edited by Juliana Kenny