Buying has become increasing structured and process-driven. The steps in the buyer’s process therefore have a major bearing on the speed and indeed the success of the sale.
But adopting a less rigid view of buying process is important if the salesperson is to do his, or her job well. It requires adopting a non-linear view of the sales process, or what we like to call sales hopscotch.
Too many salespeople limit their success by adopting a myopic view of how their solutions will be employed by customers. In particular they fail to consider all those ingredients –particularly people and process – that are required to ensure their customer’s success. The Custmer Sees in 3 Dimensions: The customer has a problem, which as […]