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The Software Salesperson and Buyer: Part 1

It's all too easy to take ourselves and our enterprise software world too seriously. Every so often it's good to pop the bubble and just have a laugh... check out this little video I put together last week.

The world of document management is not one that most people associate with fun, laughter and good times. It has been described (by me on occasion) as about as exciting as watching paint dry.

Yet it is a topic that engenders a real passion to bring order out of chaos, to make the critical information that the world needs accessible. It's a very serious topic, and an important one at that.But it's all too easy to take ourselves and our world too seriously. Every so often it's good to pop the bubble and just have a laugh. A great way to do that is to check out this little video I put together last week.

It's a fictional discussion between a software salesperson and a potential business buyer. Enjoy!

Download a free research sample or purchase a subscription to access the research immediately.It's all too easy to take ourselves and our enterprise software world too seriously. Every so often it's good to pop the bubble and just have a laugh... check out this little video I put together last week.

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