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GreatAmerica releases MPS Navigator Business Planning / Sales Training Dates

7 Apr, 2010

GreatAmerica releases MPS Navigator Business Planning / Sales Training Dates


Cedar Rapids, IA (March 2010) – GreatAmerica Leasing Corporation announced the 2010 schedule for the MPS Navigator and MPS Sales Training.  The Navigator program includes the process to plan, implement and grow a dealer’s business with MPS. This one and a half day session shepherds dealer executive teams through a step by step development of a business model and operational structure, selection of MPS infrastructure resources, marketing strategies, sales force engagement, compensation, and a go-to-market strategy. 

The sales training includes two-day course entitled MPS Sales 101 for Beginning to Intermediate MPS Sales Process Implementations.  This coursework is targeted for an organization ready to implement MPS but struggling with managing and accelerating the MPS sales process.  Experienced MPS sales experts are teaching the one-day MPS Sales 201 Advanced MPS Deal Crafting, Case Study and Best Practice Sharing.  The 201 coursework will be highly interactive with participants working through actual deals and presenting to their peers to evaluate. 

Navigator
April 26-27, 2010; Cedar Rapids, IA
August 24-25, 2010; Greenville, SC
November 9-10, 2010; Dallas, TX
MPS Sales Training 101
June 23-24,2010; Cedar Rapids, IA
October 26-27, 2010; Greenville, SC
December 7-8, 2010; Dallas, TX

MPS Sales Training 201
June 25, 2010; Cedar Rapids, IA  Instructor Mark Shelton
October 28, 2010; Greenville, SC  Instructor Kevin Morris
December 9, 2010; Dallas, TX  Instructor Doug Johnson

For additional information or to register visit http://www.greatamerica.com/Navigator/
Contact: Sarah Henderson | Director, Strategic Marketing:  shenderson@greatamerica.com




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