Sales Presentation Systems with Frank DeBenedetto

The Real Deal with Jason Silverman featuring Frank DeBenedetto (Sales Presentation Systems)

Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!

TRDFrankDeBenedettoSquareJason Silverman got a chance to catch up with technology advisor Frank DeBenedetto for a fun and truly eye opening conversation on how to establish sales presentation systems that work. If you’re looking to take your business (and your life) to the next level, this podcast is a must!

What are you waiting for??  You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!

Strap yourself in and get ready!  This is going to be great!

A little about Frank DeBenedetto…

Frank M. DeBenedetto has spent the past two decades passionately helping business owners navigate the complex world of technology. He is the President and Chief Technology Advisor of Two River Technology Group, a technology solutions provider located in Shrewsbury, NJ. He is also the mastermind behind the audIT Sales Presentation System, a sales tool designed to elevate the quality of IT solutions delivered to small and mid-sized businesses and to help MSPs sell higher value IT solutions. His genuine interest in helping businesses, and his no-nonsense approach to explaining challenging technology concepts in plain English, have helped him grow his business into one of the premier cloud service providers in the state. Frank has been quoted in many publications and is a regular contributor to several blogs, podcasts and newspapers. He frequently speaks at seminars and webinars on current trends in technology and he’s the coauthor of a book that covers practical advice on technology to the small business owner.


Listen to today’s podcast and discover…

  1. Why shouldn’t you try to sell IT solutions based on raw data and logic?
  2. How do you convince prospects that cloud is the way to go even when the price tag is much higher?
  3. What’s the best way to get prospects thinking about their business needs and not just the cost at the bottom of your proposal?
  4. Why should IT professionals think beyond “break-fix” mentality