A Business Value Calculator is a quick and easy tool that gives potential buyers a look at how valuable a product or service is, taking each of the following into consideration: annual earnings, excess compensation, and level of risk.
Business Value Proposition
A Business Value Proposition is a unique value statement that includes a company’s promise to its customers. A strong value proposition should:
Identify all the benefits of your product or service
Quantify the value of these benefits
Address your customer’s articulated and latent pain points
Connect your product/ service’s value to your buyer’s problem
Differentiate from the competition
The Challenger Sales Model is a sales approach in which the seller actively teaches their prospect, tailors their sales process, and takes control of the customer conversation. The Challenger Sales Model believes that anyone can become a Challenger if they build the right combination of skills.
Digital engagement refers to anything involving interactions that take place online. These interactions include digital tools and listening and interacting with prospects online.
Growth Hacking Strategy
This strategy focuses on maximizing the growth of a business; the goal is to acquire high-value customers while minimizing cash outlay.
These tools allow you to attach a number value (score) that indicates how qualified (or not qualified) a prospect is.
Lead segmentation is the process of breaking your prospects down into smaller, segmented lists based on their marketing activities, demographics, and pain points. This allows you to send more relevant marketing messages.
Lead Value Calculator
This calculator outputs the total value of each of your leads, allowing you to forecast sales and justify your spend on your various prospective customer segments.
This acronym stands for ‘Metrics, Economic Buyer, Decision criteria, Identify pain, and Champion.’ Following this process helps sales leaders determine whether or not to continue pursuing a prospect.
This sales process ensures that salespeople are fully covering an account by creating opportunities, managing opportunities, and managing relationships.
This form of sales serves as a building block to value-based selling. In this method alone, a salesperson provides a return on investment analysis to a prospect in the forms of charts, graphs, and percentages.
The practice of connecting people and resources that provide necessary touchpoints along the customer journey. A strong sales enablement strategy works with marketing and customer success teams to gain a thorough understanding of the buying cycle, find knowledge gaps, and create content that communicates value.
A framework that outlines how your sellers approach each phase of the sales process. While a sales process describes a sequence of stages required for success, a sales methodology introduces discipline through a system of principles and best practices that translate into seller actions.
The digital channel used to sell a product or service. All sales activities take place over this platform (ex. Salesforce).
Sales Presentation App
A digital application that allows you to create visually appealing ad relevant sales presentations right at your fingertips.
A sales methodology that looks at the selling process from a leadership perspective, rather than the traditional technique-building lens.
The process of listening to customer needs and addressing them directly, as well as knowing when to take control and close a sale to drive business growth.
A sales methodology that focuses on a prospective customer’s specific issues or pain points to offer a product/service that provides a solution to their unique needs.
A web-based calculator that compares the TCO of one to several alternatives.
TCO (Total Cost Ownership)
The purchase price of a particular good or service plus total operational costs. This value allows customers to understand a product’s costs and value over time. Having a lower TCO is a better value from a long-term standpoint.