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Get it right the first time requires
knowledge beyond what the
carrier may be telling you.
Westlake's management has helped thousands of companies since 1994 better understand both the benefits and liabilities when implementing a local, regional or nationwide roll out of a wireless data solution. Not every device is right for every project. Where the challenge often comes in is how device makers and reps at wireless carries are incentivized. Are they selling you what is best for your deployment or selling you what is best for their commission? Our organization is independent of device or carrier influence.
We can help both educate you on what carrier and device will be best for your deployment in the markets in which you operate and provide upfront and ongoing training of any device or software selected to be deployed; even if the software or solution is not provided by Westlake.
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Dealers & Solution Engineers
How to Shorten Sale Cycles in
Complicated Data Projects
Westlake's management currently offers the longest running most attended wireless solution-oriented sales seminars in history. Since 1994, over 40,000 wireless reps, managers and executives have learned to break away from a quota driven sales pattern and move to a more strategic sales approach.
Although many carriers have tried and continue try to make this focus shift, selling solutions and value requires special advanced training typically not offered by carriers at the corporate level. With the rapid advancement of smart phones, this knowledge gap has increased. What we offer are proven strategies and tactics in which can dramatically shorten sales cycles, offer up clear and easy to understand ROI for a potential new account.
If you would like information on a new way of selling, Contact Us today.
Carrier Senior and
Are Your Relationships Right
for True Rapid Growth?
In early 1994, a proposal was written by Westlake's President to the President of Paging Network, Inc. discussing how software and wireless solutions can help drive new wireless sales. By 1998, Silverlake (See: About Westlake) had grown to 500,000 users and helped drive over 5 Million of the first text messing customers in the world. PageNet acquired Silverlake the same year.
Now (2010), only a portion of that original proposal has come to pass. Carriers have taken a much more serious look at how important applications are to the wireless industry but have only taken just a few steps. In fact, applications are being driven from the device manufactures and simply passed right over most carriers with this in the market place (iPhone, Android, etc.). Contact Us today for why Westlake believes the business segment of applications continues to be both undersold and a strong market for carriers.