PHILADELPHIA, July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, it is incredibly difficult for sales people to get time with buyers, so when they get these opportunities, it is essential that sales people make the most of them. Effective customer interaction starts with pre-call planning and preparation. Prepared sellers have a better chance of getting the information and commitments they need to create, qualify, and advance opportunities. It also demonstrates that they have their act together to the buyer, which helps build the seller's credibility and trust.
In Richardson's latest blog post, Sales Call Preparation: The Ultimate Checklist to Cover your Bases, Richardson developed a comprehensive checklist of potential activities and sources for sales people to consider. How a sales person prepares really depends on their overall objectives. Preparation is a process, and like all processes, sales people will benefit by defining the process, training to the process, and continuously improving the process.
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