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Coffee Chat | How to Champion Your Effort and Effect Real Change in Your Business


Host: Rachel Herrera

Professional Services at Amplitude

This Month's Guest: Josh Lieppe

Strategic Account Executive at Amplitude

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When your teams are building products for competitive markets and demanding customers, the right insights can make all the difference. Join this month’s Coffee Chat webinar to learn how you help your whole organization make better decisions, take faster action—and deliver the kind of experiences that drive revenue, loyalty, and lifetime value.

We've invited Josh Lieppe, a Strategic Account Executive at Amplitude, to join me, your host Rachel Herrera, to share his perspective on how to build a business case, drive urgency, and champion your effort to support your team's goals!

The purchasing of software is an enormous effort, especially if times are challenging and budgets are tight. Ahead of our next Coffee Chat session, I asked myself, "How would I champion an effort internally if I had to make a large purchase to improve efficiencies?" And I found myself a bit stuck.

I think we've all been in a similar situation, and who better to teach us how to "sell" an idea than a Sales Professional? I know, sales, yuck! However, Josh Lieppe has an incredible track record of not selling to those who don't need what Amplitude can give, but instead partnering with his champions on how to drive the business value and advocate for their needs. Learning to sell can help you to argue for your effort in any negotiation where you're fighting for your and your team's needs. And haven't we all wanted to learn the best way to pitch our ideas?

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Who should attend?

Data leaders and architects looking to understand where product analytics (and Amplitude) fit into their data management strategy. And product and growth leaders looking to better understand the role of data and how to avoid roadblocks.

Why is data integration & management important?

In a study by Harvard Business Review, companies with advanced data strategies are 2x as likely to report more then 30% revenue growth.