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    Leveraging Deal Registration to Drive Channel Loyalty Programs Leveraging Deal Registration to Drive Channel Loyalty Programs Presentation Transcript

    • Leveraging Deal Registration to Drive Channel Loyalty Programs Frank Defesche, Salesforce.com Errett Kroeter , Lantronix, Inc. Ernie Megazzini , Network Physics, Inc. Track: Channel Executives
    • Safe Harbor Statement
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    • Partner Channels Are a Significant Opportunity Indirect Sales (70%) Direct Sales (30%) Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2005; The Gartner Group, 2002 5 Million Salespeople in High Tech, Manufacturing and Distribution (U.S.) Revenue Breakdown by Channel For High Tech, Manufacturing, & Consumer Goods Channel Size Comparison
    • Key Business Issue is Achieving Channel Sales Goal VP Sales and Channel Sales are frustrated with channel program Lack of Visibility
      • Lack Pipeline Visibility
      • Poor PRM Adoption
      • Missed Forecasts
      Ineffective Channel Selling
      • Lost Leads
      • Low Close Rates
      • Ineffective Channel Programs
      • Channel Conflict
      Challenges to Maximizing Channel Sales
    • “” We work closely with vendors that have tools that are easy to find and use on a day to day business.” Reseller Partner Bottom line Ease of doing business More qualified Leads Cash flow Partners Are Struggling Too What keeps partners up at night?
    • Partner Adoption
      • What drives your partner relationships?
      Business Planning Tools Qualified Leads Deal Registration Cash Flow Rebates Special Pricing MDF Claims Incentives Exclusivity and Discounts Benefit: Future revenue streams Lead 1 Lead 2
    • Funny Money and Loyalty Discretionary Marketing Funds
      • Business building
      • Grow my business
      • Marketing plans
      • Channel empowerment
      • Performance based
      Non-Discretionary
      • Contract based
      • Margin not demand generating
      • Cost more
      • ROI is difficult to measure
      What drives partners today? Rebates? Coop? MDF? Special Pricing?
    • Deal Registration
      • Enable partners to register leads
      • Leverages page layouts, workflow, FLS
      • Approved deals are converted to opportunities
    • Optimized Channel Coverage and Partner Loyalty Deal Registration Reject Deal Registration Review Deal Registration Find Duplicates Approve Create Account, Contact, and Opportunity Workflow Rules are Triggered Leverage Record Types, Layouts, Field-level security Channel Manager Reviews Submitted Deals Convert to Opportunity No Duplicates Exist Assign Sales Team Extended Sales Team Send Notifications Workflow Alert to Sales Team Partner Submits Proof of Performance Claim Send Notification Channel Manager Action Partner Action
    • Best Practices in Action
      • A day in the life of a channel executive
      • A day in the life of a partner
    • Errett Kroeter Director, Worldwide Channel Marketing [email_address]
    • Lantronix At A Glance
      • Headquarters: Irvine, CA
      • Leader in “Machine-to-Machine”
      • Network-enabled over 2,000,000 devices
      • 20,000+ customers worldwide
      • Over 22 million ports shipped
      • Worldwide operations
      • 95% indirect sales
      INDUSTRY: IT Networking EMPLOYEES: 200 GEOGRAPHY: Global PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, PRM, 3 AppExchange applications # USERS: 50 “ Every 10 Business Seconds-- Lantronix Network Enables Another Device”
    • Key Challenges
      • Business Challenge
        • Small direct sales force
        • 500+ partners purchasing
        • Strong lead generation
        • Minimal partner forecasting
      • Technology Challenge
        • Manual lead distribution
        • Manual deal registration and “design win” process
        • No link from campaigns to partners
      • No visibility
      • Inefficiency
      • Difficult forecasting
    • The Solution
      • How did we address the challenges?
        • Pilot partner for PRM system
        • Automated deal registration process
        • Automated lead distribution
        • Partner communications thru salesforce.com
        • Evaluating partner incentives
      • Salesforce PRM
      • 15 partners
      • 40 Users
      • Minimal training
      • Automated deal reg templates
      DEPLOYMENT DETAILS
    • Results
      • What were the results?
        • Simplified tracking of deal registrations
        • Real-time tracking of opportunities
        • Improved partner communications
        • Improved partner enablement
    • Lantronix PRM Implementation
      • Channel Sales & Marketing
      • # Users: 25
      • Key Requirements
        • Lead distribution
        • Automate deal reg
        • Partner communications
      • Key Benefits
        • Lead tracking
        • Deal reg tracking
        • Reduce multiple registrations
    • Ernie Megazzini Senior Director Channels & Alliances [email_address]
    • Introduction
      • Leader in real-time application performance insights
      • 20 sales personnel covering15 countries
      • 85 Partners on the Portal (320 users)
      • http://www.networkworld.com/news/2006/091306networkphysics.html
      • http://www.thechannelinsider.com/article/The+Long+Tail+of+the+Channel/187915_1.aspx
      • http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,2013936,00.asp
      • http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/accel/2006/0522netop2.html?fsrc=rss-mpls
      • http://www.processor.com/editorial/article.asp?article=articles%2Fp2830%2F32p30%2F32p30.asp&guid=&searchtype=&WordList=&bJumpTo=True
      • http://www.echannelline.com/canada/story.cfm?item=DLY082006-03
      INDUSTRY: Network Management Appliance & Insight EMPLOYEES: 88 GEOGRAPHY: Global PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, Marketing, License Management, Service & Support, 2 downloaded AppExchange applications # USERS: 452
    • A Brief Intro on our Products….. Ending the Network versus Application Blame Game
    • Partners and Customers Financial Health Care Manufacturing Retail Technology Media & Internet Partners
    • Key Challenges
      • Business Challenge
        • Convert from Direct Sales Force to 100% Channel Focused organization
        • Lack of process and automation
        • Weak lead generation
        • No Products or Price Books implemented therefore no central forecasting
        • Sub Standard Asset Tracking and Licensing Administration
      • Technology Challenges
        • Integration between systems
        • Legacy architecture
        • Data cleansing tools non existent
        • Licensing Key Integration
      • High Costs
      • Reduced revenue
      • Inefficiency
      • Low customer service
    • The Solution
      • How did we address the challenges?
        • Automated lead generation process
        • Implement Products and Price Book which drove Central Forecasting
        • Implemented GOT email campaigns
        • Integrated with Harte Hanks
        • Integrated with SPOKE
        • Created custom objects and controls for license management
        • Implemented the Partner Portal
          • Deal Registration
          • Registration cycle 60 days
          • Rating System for classifying requests
          • Lock Outs and Contesting Deal Registration
          • Buyers are Liars (Discovery of misleading info to the partner from the end user prospect)
          • No Dumping of lead lists
          • Don’t bend the rules
          • Managing Channel Managers and Resellers
          • DRP in Local, State and Federal Government Deals
      • Everything (Unlimited Edition)
      • 408 Users
      • Integration with Quick Books enterprise edition, Spoke, Harte Hanks, GOT, RingLead and our Licensing application
      • 4 Training tracks, Sales, Marketing, Service and Partner Portal
      • All Business units have one admin and all use the system
      • Better integration with Trackonit (System used by telemarketing firm
      DEPLOYMENT DETAILS
    • Results
      • What were the results?
        • 214 % increase in revenue 2 nd quarter 2006 over 2005
        • Order-to-cash cycle time improvements
        • Improved visibility to partners thru the portal
        • Improved accuracy of data
        • Higher customer satisfaction due to Support Object being exposed through the partner portal
        • Signed 85 partners in first 6 months of 2006
        • Zero channel conflict due to deal registration
    • Demo
      • User Dynamics: Sales, Marketing, Support, Partners & Finance
      • # Users: 405
      • Key Requirements
        • Support Channel sales teams with a Partner Portal / Deal Registration / Campaigns etc..
        • Integrate with Harte Hanks, SPOKE, Quickbooks EE, Got & Ringlead
        • Executive visibility into Opportunity Products, quotas and forecasting (Including Partners)
      • Key Benefits
        • Eliminated manual order processing
        • Centralize forecasting
        • On-demand pipeline visibility
    • ERRETT KROETER Director, Worldwide Channel Marketing ERNIE MEGAZZINI Senior Director Channels & Alliances QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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