Training Video

Job #5775

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Job # 5775 Training Video

Posted Date
Dec 27, 2007 @ 22:08
Respond By
Dec 28, 2007
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

This project is going to be a video placed online for representatives all over the country to access and learn about our new product.

We need a female with a voice that is lower and easy to listen to.

The script is attached below. Some adjustments will be made, but it is the bulk of it.

Please find a portion of the script below for audition purposes. Full script available in attachment.

Slide 1: VOICEOVER: “This is your training tutorial on Heartland Express Funds. It will give a full understanding to our product, its features, how to sell it in the marketplace and the pricing and margin associated. The tutorial can be viewed in sections or played through to give you a comprehensive training experience. To begin, chose an option below.

Slide 1.1: VOICEOVER: “The video you just saw is a good insight into the benefits of remote deposit. We will now view the how the marketplace is accepting this technology.

Slide 2 VOICEOVER: “The marketplace. Evaluating the market’s acceptance of remote deposit capture allows us to see why Heartland can become the market leader in remote deposit now.”

Slide 3 VOICEOVER: Currently only 3% of the potential market is using a remote deposit solution. The adoption of this technology is in its early stage and although general knowledge is increasing, there is a gap that must be bridged to potential client for them to adopt the technology. As with any technology, remote deposit will become accepted quickly over the next few years. The projected maturity of the market will happen by 2012. The question that will remain is what company will capture the lion’s share of the customers over the next 5 years.
Currently, banks offering this service are the leader’s in distribution. The success, however, of banks delivering the product, is staggering. Banks are finding that marketing, selling and deploying this technology has been a larger hurdle than expected. There are more than 4,000 banks offering this solution and as of October 2007, they only had an average of 38 clients using the service. If you exclude the top 10 producing banks in America, the average drops to 19 accounts.

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