THE SALES PROCESS:: Step Two ADVANCING THE SALE
October 2, 2018 11:20am
By Jana Love
Are you ready to explore the next significant step of building a successful sales conversation? Knowing the steps to take to move the call along professionally will positively enhance sales closure. Remember you can't force a sale, you need to earn the sale. And to do that, some homework prior to the call is required. Let's get started.
The last step that we will be exploring in this three step series is Gaining the Customer's Commitment. After mastering the first two steps, this step will be very simple and straightforward. See you next time and practice!
ProSolutions is a consulting firm focusing on the hospitality industry dedicated to improving the customer experience by helping companies be the best they can be with exceptional customer service and sales processes, all supported by smart pricing.
The company’s solutions center around three areas: mystery shopping (featuring actionable recommendations with every evaluation), competitor pricing analysis (target pricing opportunities by seeing your pricing compared to your competitors), and training & certification (in-person and/or computer-based training customized to your team and needs).
For more information, please visit www.prosolutions.net.
Contact: Jana Love
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