Forrester: Advancing Beyond PowerPoints to Value Selling

By Tom Pisello | November 12, 2019

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Forrester research highlights significant B2B “last mile” issues, where sellers directly engage with customers. This according to Mary Shea, Principal Analyst for Forrester, as she co-presented with me at a breakfast presentation to a group of B2B marketing and sales enablement execs in Austin TX.

Unfortunately, according to Forrester research, there is a distinct value gap between what buyers expect and what sellers deliver:

Clearly, expectations are being missed.

Mary Shea, Principal Analyst for Forrester, shared findings on exactly what buyers want and need:

Giving your sellers more PowerPoints and traditional content isn’t the answer. You must evolve your sales reps and channels partners from pitch to purpose, or from features to value.

To do this, you can’t think of sales enablement as an advanced form of asset or content management. You have to rethink your content, the way they present and engage interactively with each prospect, and how you can use new content, technology and skills to reshape the “last mile”.

This article was derived from content in Evolved Selling: Optimizing Sales Enablement in the Age of Frugalnomics

 

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