Imagine a world where account executives aren't discouraged from demoing, and sales engineers aren't afraid to use the live environment.
Where you don't have to worry about the software going down, or lag between screens.
Where you don't have to rely on developers to create a custom environments and you can focus more of your time, and energy, and talent, on doing better discovery and researching who exactly it is on the other side of the screen.
What would you do?
How much more of a connection could you make? How many more deals would you close?
What if your demo just...worked?
Could you shorten the sales cycle?
Spend less time on call after call after call, slowly trying to get your prospect to envision themselves using your software?
What if you could directly address, up front, the challenges your prospect faces, and how your product can help - something they desperately want and is genuinely interested in.
No need to do the dance. You confidently build rapport, show them what they came to see, then let your SE get in the weeds on the specifics of the implementation.
No anxiety. No features tour. No drawn out sales cycles. Just you and your prospects feeling each other out, and seeing if you can be the one to finally solve their problem.
That's what Demostack is doing.
With high-fidelity demo recordings, we mimic the demo environment in a way that's indistinguishable from the real thing.
With the push of a button, an interactive copy of your software's interface is made. You can edit, manipulate, and alter the data to your heart's content. A crystal-clear clone made in seconds.
Not only that, but when you're done you can send your prospect a customized, interactive demo so they can "play".
With advanced analytics you can see what parts they use, and who in the company is using it. The more people on board, the hotter the lead.
And when it's time to reconvene, you can know who's there, what questions they'll have, and be prepared for most anything.
AEs and SEs become a dynamic duo, ready to tag-team challenges with the confidence of knowing everything will just...work.
So what happens when the demo gets out of the way?
Give us a shout and find out.