How to schedule a product demo

20 September 2018

If you’ve stumbled upon this article you’re most likely browsing ways to schedule a demo to gain in-depth knowledge on our offer and understand how it fits with your business’ needs. Close enough? Even if you’re not looking to replace your current system and we’ve still managed to pique curiosity, you should definitely get in touch for an informal chat.

In a demo you’ll have one of the founders walking you through the system, demonstrating how everything works by revealing a few tips here and there. You can also expect to get a sneak peek on any upcoming features on the roadmap.

Here’s how you can easily book your very own guided tour:

Intercom

As soon as you enter our website you’ll be greeted by an Intercom pop-up emerging from the bottom right side of the page. This will be a friendly hello from one of our team members and an opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have about our products. From here you can either request a demo or keep browsing the site in your own time. Request a demo by sharing your e-mail address on the Intercom button present on every page of the website and we’ll be in touch soon.

Tweet away

A little bird told us you might find us on Twitter as well. Whether you’re randomly scrolling and come across one of @advicefront‘s posts or you’ve been following our amusing comments, whimsical remarks, and phenomenal announcements for a while, you can always reach out. Introduce yourself via comment or send us a private message so that we get to know you, clarify all your questions or, as you’ve probably guessed by now, schedule a demo with us.

Drop us a line

As any proper company, we also have an info e-mail intended precisely for you to request information of any kind (rather self-explanatory, we know). You can use info@advicefront.com for whatever inquiry you might have, including, of course, requesting a product demo. Additionally, on our website’s contact page, you can send us a more detailed message concerning sales, customer support, partnerships or other topics.

D(emo) Day!

No matter which touchpoint you use to request a demo you’ll always have a link to Advicefront’s calendar “Calendly” where you can book your demo with me or Jose. Once the date is set, you should receive a confirmation e-mail with further information on the topics which will be covered during the session. After your demo, we’ll send you a review e-mail with highlights of the demo and points discussed.

Regardless of the demo’s outcome, you’ll invariably find someone on this side ready to fill all the gaps. At Advicefront we’re always looking forward to hearing from you, so don’t be a stranger!

 

Author
Andre Costa

CTO & Co-Founder of Advicefront and also the Lead Frontend Teacher @lewagonlisbon

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