Automate the Customer Journey

At every turn, business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs hear terms like “automation” and “digital marketing” but precious few have any idea of the incredible value automation holds for even the smallest companies. Imagine a technology that allows seamless follow-up with prospects, nurturing emails to help convert leads, tasks that are automatically generated based on an event that did (or did not) take place, and “hands-off” invoicing, billing, and sales pipelines. THAT’S what automating the customer journey really is, and the best part? As powerful as it can be, the costs associated with implementing it are a fraction of what even a minimum wage employee costs, and unlike an employee, your automation software never needs a day off, never takes a holiday, and never quits with no notice.

After being diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor and being given less than six months to live, Jamie Gilleland had to step away from her thriving business. While she was away for three months tending to her health, her business failed without her at the steering wheel.

When she was able to get back to work, she developed a passion for automating business practices to help business owners keep their sales pipelines full and the business running. She also developed a passion for helping other founders automate their own businesses to give them freedom of time and the security and power to “step away” from their businesses if needed.

In this Lunchtime Topic, sales automation expert Jamie Gilleland shares the value of automating your marketing and sales processes for your business. She also discusses some tools and practices for automating your business.

To learn more about Jamie, her company MiSyte, and her Keep It Simple strategies, visit https://coachjamieg.com/.

 

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At every turn, business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs hear terms like “automation” and “digital marketing” but precious few have any idea of the incredible value automation holds for even the smallest companies. Imagine a technology that allows seamless follow-up with prospects, nurturing emails to help convert leads, tasks that are automatically generated based on an event that did (or did not) take place, and “hands-off” invoicing, billing, and sales pipelines. That is what automating the customer journey really is, and the best part? As powerful as it can be, the costs associated with implementing it are a fraction of what even a minimum wage employee costs, and unlike an employee, your automation software never needs a day off, never takes a holiday, and never quits with no notice.