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The voice needed is for a presentation about new products and services structured to address problems of the past. The personality and role of the animated character is to mirror the sales reps in the audience, who will come in to this meeting with a negative mindset of "here we go again". The goal of this presentation is to convince them that these are truly, sales-ready products and services, fully supported by the technical and customer service departments, and they they will not be left hanging, embarrassed, because not everything was in place when the products/services were sold.
The character, "Sid the Salesman" is an "every man". His voice is not low, slick or sophisticated. On the other hand, it's not goofy and "character-like". He's an average joe, well meaning, professional but not polished. The script is written so that the character starts off as skeptical and cynical, but ultimately is convinced that management THIS TIME has actually fixed the problems.
No accents, twangs, dialects - just a straight forward midwest voice, not nasal or deep, as stated. He's like someone's dad, selling computer services and products to other corporations, living on a commission. If I had to pick some TV characters in the range, they could be anywhere from David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry in Friends, Thomas Joseph Thyne and David Boreanaz in Bones, or Max Greenfield in New Girl 2013-03-24 13:41:51 GMT 2013-03-25 17:15:59 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed - Note: This project was manually closed by the voice seeker before it reached its original deadline. 0 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 10 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
Let me get this straight, your saying that in the future, when I walk into my customer meetings, I’ll be teed up and ready to go? With all the marketing materials and back end support I need to start a conversation?
That’s what I said. Our lifecycle management process is very methodical. You can be confident that we now have a structured process in place so the offering will be ready for delivery when you are.
OK, so let’s say everything’s ready to launch. How do you know it’s what my customers want? I need to be sure I am walking through the door with a real solution, not just the latest whiz bang thing dreamt up by the techies!
It’s all about market focus ... Through our new portfolio management and lifecycle management processes, we make sure that we’ve done our homework... Not that we don’t need you, Sid, to close the deal!
I should hope not! I have quotas to make! So just how long will it be until we’ve sorted through all of our offerings?
I’d like to tell you we’ll have everything evaluated in a few weeks or months, but we have hundreds of offerings, as you know.
So I’ve heard. Are we talking 6 months or 6 years?
Would you settle for somewhere in between? It’s probably a 24 month journey to assess all our offerings, but we are already remediating our portfolio....
Okay ... so we can’t change things overnight ... but will it be worth the wait ... Are we actually going to invest properly in updating our existing offerings? Selling green screen apps when our competitors are using iPads is embarrassing
Absolutely ... an Offering will either have our full support or none at all ...
So where does that leave me and my customers who have custom solutions? They are used to buying a bit of storage, some consulting and non-standard apps?
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