After a sale is made the new solution must be installed. This is the phase of least sales activity, however, top-class sales organisations will still be active.
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World-class sales organisations will be:
Typical sales organisations will be:
Video transcription: The Buying Cycle™ is the distinctive psychological phases that a buyer goes through when making a decision in a complex sale. Our research showed us the differences between what typical and world-class organisations do for their customers at each stage.
After the customer has made the decision and moves into implementing whatever they’ve chosen. The average seller tends to politely say goodbye and move on to the next opportunity.
World-class organisations stay in touch with their customers during implementation. They capture and report on their successes. They point out additional aspects of the solution that the customer is getting that they might not be aware of. They’re also asking for referrals and pro-actively seeking the next sales opportunity within this account.
For the rest of the details on what world-class organisations do differently to average ones during decision and implementation and for the other stages of the Buying Cycle™ download our whitepaper on Developing Sales Effectiveness