Businesses must have clear expectations of this role if they want to maximize growth opportunities. Here are three inside sales models that are working for distributors looking to build a more proactive role for their inside sales teams:
Inside Sales Strategy
An early jump into next-generation capabilities could help distributors grow at twice the rate of the economy.
In this free whitepaper, we outline how distributors can build a more consultative and adaptive sales force to differentiate in 2021 and beyond.
With the right technology, sales teams can produce better results — for the customers, the sales reps and your bottom line.
Setting a Minimum Order Quantity is quick, predictable, and perfectly suited for the V-shape recovery. It’s a great strategy for distributors that have taken a hit to their cashflow over 2020 and are looking for short-term relief.
We talk a lot about the importance of sales reps’ selling value, rather than going directly to price.
Distributors’ field sales teams are adapting to a new way of reaching prospects now that they cannot just get in the car to visit in person.
When most distributors talk about inside sales, they are usually referring to customer service agents. Yet, customer service personnel are generally more reactive than sales agents, because their goals are to make customers happy and solve problems.
Distributors often call their customer service personnel, “Inside Sales Salespeople” – but are they?
A sales call guide can be a useful tool to help salespeople connect with prospects and ensure they are firing on all cylinders with every interaction, whether in person or virtually.