Meet Amal. He works from his home office in Miami as a sales rep for a large German drug company. To be productive and save time, he uses Microsoft Search and Office 365.Download PDF version
A day in the life of a sales representative using Microsoft Search
Amal starts his day by joining a Teams meeting to learn about the newest drug his company is offering.
He has a meeting at a new doctor’s office today. He preps by researching the doctor and her clinic on Bing.
Amal checks Bing Maps and sees there’s an accident on the way. It offers a route that’ll get him there on time.
The doctor has a question about a drug during the meeting. Amal searches his conversations and gets the answer.
The sales call went well. He searches Bing for a lunch spot nearby where he can grab a bite and do some work.
Sales numbers should be out now. He searches for the sales report file—he hit his monthly quota a week early.
Walking to his car, Amal passes a clinic. After a quick web search for the doctor, he decides to leave his card.
Back at home for a sales meeting, someone uses an acronym he doesn’t know. A work search gets him up to speed.
Samples have usually arrived by now. Did someone take them? He tracks the package on Bing—it’s on the way. Phew!
Amal’s boss messages with kudos on hitting his quota. Looks like the promo to lead SE sales is in the bag.
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