Get the latest Tips From The Top on our monthly podcast for B2B Software and Technology entrepreneurs, marketers, and salespeople. Tips From The Top features PMI CEO and Chief Software Advocate Tony Perri and Creative Director Jamie Hood joined by a “Who’s Who” in the software and technology sales and marketing space.
Our guests – some of the best in the business – are happy to share insights on the current state of the software and tech marketplace, where they see things headed, and a few war stories on how they got where they are today.
In the third episode of season 1 of Tips From The Top from Perri Marketing, we sit down with Marketing and Communications guru Rich Rudner. Rich has a long and storied career as a Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Chief Communications Officer, and serial entrepreneur. Rich has helped start over a dozen businesses over the years, many of which are still in business today. He considers himself a user advocate and jack-of-all-trades in the marketing and communications space. As an SSV, you will gain great insight from Rich into how to make the most of the resources available to you, the importance of avoiding working in silos, and the key role communication plays in the success of your business. (Length 41:33)
In the second episode of season 1 of Tips From The Top from Perri Marketing, we sit down with enterprise software sales heavy-hitter Dave Kaiser, who has over 20 years experience as an account executive, sales executive and manager, much of which has been focused on the fortune 1000. He is currently in enterprise solution sales for a global software vendor and considers himself as much a consultant as collaborator to his clients. As an SSV, you will gain great insight from Dave into how to punch above your weight with some tips from the top for your sales and marketing teams.(Length 40:04)
In this inaugural podcast from Perri Marketing, we sit down with mainframe guru and master IT storyteller Reg Harbeck. Reg is a contributing writer for TechChannel magazine (formerly IBM Systems Magazine) and frequent speaker on the IT tradeshow circuit. We discuss how the small software vendor (SSV) can compete with the enterprise software giants of the world. As an SSV you will gain great insight on how to punch above your weight with some tips from the top for your sales and marketing teams. (Length 37:22)