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Create and Deliver Surprisingly Compelling Software Demos
Peter Cohan

This video gives an overview of the Great Demo! method, in which Peter Cohan describes methods for creating absolutely stunning demos and improving their probability of success.

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The Second Derivative helps software vendors solve
their sales and marketing problems by providing
Workshops, Seminars, Coaching, Books and Written
Materials and the DemoGurus™ Community Website.

Technology partners

>  On-Demand video based demos

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Services and Products for Customers Include:

 Great Demo! Workshops and Seminars

>  Great Demo!" Master Workshops

>  Why Did They Buy? Workshops

>  Workshop Ongoing Support

>  Workshop Train-the-Trainer Programs

>  Great Demo! Books - In Hardcopy and Electronic Formats

>  Problem-solving and Coaching for Specific Projects

>  Speaking Engagements for Sales Events and Kickoffs

>  One-on-One Sales and Marketing Management Coaching

>  Access to the DemoGurus Community Website

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Services and Products for Partners and 3rd Parties Include:

 Customized Great Demo! Book Versions for Sales and Marketing
Skills Training Programs

>  Use of Great Demo! Books as Complementary Gifts

>  Creation of Demonstration Guidelines for use with Sales Skills
Training and Related Programs

>  Integration of  Great Demo! Content into Your Programs

>  Access to Copyrighted Workshop Materials

>  Deliver Great Demo! Workshops via our Franchising Program

>  Contribute to and Leverage the DemoGurus Community Website

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