Webinar: Using Channel Data to Guide Decision Making

Using Channel Data to Guide Decision Making with Jay McBain, Wednesday, June 7th 2017

Channel Data to Guide Decision Making


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Why should you Download “Using Channel Data to Guide Decision Making”

In the new data economy, the best business decisions are data-driven. To stay ahead of the curve, companies must use data to better understand, reach, incent and drive loyalty among partners, develop new revenue streams, and dramatically improve operational efficiencies in the channel.


Without utilizing channel data to guide decision making effectively, some of the best channel programs will quickly fall behind. As companies map out their channel objectives for the next few years, they should commit to cutting through the noise and clutter and making data analytics the crux of their indirect selling strategy.


Join Jay McBain and the team at Channel Mechanics for our webinar “Using Channel Data to Guide Decision Making” to review:

– the top five trends shaping the channel

– discuss what can be done today in order to build a comprehensive data strategy


This webinar meets 2 times:

Wed, Jun 7, 2017: 5:00 AM PDT/8:00 AM EDT OR

Wed, Jun 7, 2017: 10:00 AM PDT/1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT


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Can’t attend on the day? We understand that living your life can mean you’re a very busy person. But if you’d like to register anyway, we’ll send a link to the webinar recording afterward so you can view in your own time, because we’re nice like that.

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