Use cases are an effective way to identify GitLab opportunities as it focuses on goals that your prospects and customers hope to achieve rather than detailing every GitLab functionality. In this session, we will go over GitLab common use cases tied to our value drivers and questions you can use to identify the use cases.
Join this webcast to learn a usage-centric approach when selling GitLab products and services.
In this webcast, we will cover:
- What are use cases
- GitLab use cases and how they tie to our value drivers
- Discovery questions you can use to identify the use cases
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