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  • Leading Learning Solutions provider
  • Expertise in product Training
  • Focus on Technology Vertical
  • Global clientele including Fortune 500 companies
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When learning impacts Corporate Topline and Bottomline
At managerially trying times such as ours, with a significant global financial slow down, an often-underrated aspect of your business could be corroding your topline and bottomline. PRODUCT TRAINING. Sounds unlikely? Consider this: For product companies, the topline(revenue) and bottomline (profitability) are directly impacted by the sales and after-sales performance of your organization. And both can be significantly improved by adopting a strategic approach to training and learning related to your products.

For your sales staff, PRODUCT TRAINING means improved product knowledge, better understanding of value propositions, more thorough preparation to position your product vis a vis your competitor, and better talking points for objection handling. For your after-sales staff, PRODUCT TRAINING means better and quicker issue resolution, more effective troubleshooting, and happy customers.

Your organization has probably doing product training in some form or other. Now, more than ever, is the time to have a strategic view of product training, as opposed to taking ad hoc stabs at training your sales and after sales staff. Such an approach would also include your customers, channel partners, distributors, and other stakeholders.
When you work with a comprehensively planned and carefully executed PRODUCT TRAINING initiative, you get great learning and performance results at very competitive costs. A strategic approach to Product Training helps you
  • Ensure that the right person gets the right information at the right time in the right format. This empowers your staff to perform better.
  • Provide safe learning environments for technical staff to practice skills. This builds confidence and skill before exposing them to live systems and real customers – both of which result in real consequences for your business.
  • Optimize investment in training.
  • Remove redundancies and promote re-use.
  • Make the right choices about technologies and right delivery mechanisms. In other words, you use e-learning, ILT, participative technologies such as wikis, mobile solutions and other options in the right combinations, for the desired outcomes.
STAM has a decade's experience in helping global companies with their product training strategies and investments, please contact us for your product training requirements.
Learning is not compulsory. Neither is survival.

Edward Deming