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Live Webinar

Drive More Revenue with Partners by Integrating Your Business Apps with WorkSpan

calendar-icon  Tuesday, August 18, 2020

time-clock-icon  10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET | 19.00h - 20.00h CET

As a partner ecosystem professional, one of your biggest challenges is orchestrating business and data flows between your internal teams and the extended teams of your partners’ organizations.

Your sales teams use CRM to manage their sales pipeline, but how do you and your partner teams access, reconcile, and collaborate to close the partner-driven pipeline from your CRM and your partners’ CRMs?

With WorkSpan’s Integration Framework, customers such as SAP and others are assembling their dream team of partners and sales professionals and working across company boundaries to close deals together in record time with shared data.

Learn how WorkSpan’s full suite of integrations helps you and your trusted partners to:

  • Stay aligned with secure, real-time visibility across your CRM and your partners’ CRM
  • Close business together with speed and precision, with seamless connections to your favorite collaboration tools, such as Slack and Microsoft Teams
  • Fast track deals with tight integration to Microsoft Partner Center and others

Through WorkSpan’s partnership with top middleware platforms, Microsoft Power Automate and webMethods.io by Software AG, you can rapidly deploy integrations to any business system supporting any partnering use case.

Join us on August 18th at 10am PT, in a conversation with Mark Minken, Business Analyst, at SAP, Nithya Lakshmanan, WorkSpan’s VP of Product and Arun Ramachandran, Senior Director of Product, to hear how simple and powerful it is to integrate business systems on WorkSpan and how we’ve changed the game for driving revenue with your partners.

 


Speakers

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Mark Minken

Business Analyst at SAP

 

 

 

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Nithya Lakshmanan

VP of Product at WorkSpan

 

 

 

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Arun Ramachandran

Sr. Director of Product at WorkSpan