Dean Davison

Principal Consultant serving Sales Enablement PROFESSIONALS

Dean serves Technology Sales Enablement Professionals. He has extensive experience in the buy side of technology, advising customers in purchasing and implementing solutions, including interacting with CIOs on six continents. His experience also includes sell-side work in sales-focused marketing functions such as pricing strategy, competitive intelligence, product marketing, customer insights, and market analysis. Dean is a thought leader in sales enablement, helping technology vendors adapt their marketing programs to focus on a customer's business outcomes rather than product features or functions.

Previous Work Experience

Dean has spoken extensively around the world to audiences at events such as Sourcing Interests Group, Outsourcing World Summit, RUSSOFT, and the China Outsourcing Summit. During his tenure at META Group, he managed conference tracks, created hundreds of presentations, and spoke at conferences globally. His work has been widely published by news organizations such as CIO Magazine and Forbes.

Education

Dean received a Bachelor of Science in accounting with a minor in philosophy from Brigham Young University, followed by an M.B.A. in marketing from The University of Connecticut. He is also a Certified Outsourcing Professional by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP).

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  • Dean Davison
  • Business Technographics
  • For Sales Enablement Professionals

    Report:Forrester's Sales Battle Card Evaluation Results

    Insights Into Building Battle Cards That Help Sales Reps Win Deals

    Sales enablement professionals are increasingly stepping up to fix the massive inventories of battle cards at their companies that provide inconsistent value to sales reps. These battle cards...

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  • For Sales Enablement Professionals

    Report:Build Battle Cards That Focus On Buyer Priorities

    Insights Into Building Battle Cards That Help Sales Reps Win Deals

    Sales reps need battle cards to anticipate and counter competitors' claims in sales conversations, but today's battle cards are little more than side-by-side product comparisons. Sales enablement...

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