Sales 2.0 consulting

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I wasn’t sure what the definition on Sales 2.0 was, so I looked it up  in Anneke Seley and Brent Holloway’s new book Sales 2.0:

“Sales 2.0 is the use of innovative sales practices, focused on creating value for both buyer and seller and enabled by Web 2.0 and next-generation technology. Sales 2.0 practices combine the science of process-driven operations with the art of collaborative relationships, using the most profitable and most expedient sales resources required to meet customers’ needs. This approach produces superior, predictable, repeatable business results, including increased revenue, decreased sales costs, and sustained competitive advantage.”

It’s a fantastic book for any business interested in improving sales enhanced by technology. You can buy it straight from Amazon below:

I’ve recently started working with dSales, a consulting practice specialising in leading edge processes, technology and skills development to increase sales conversion rates, improve resource productivity, and enhance the customer experience across distributed sales and service teams.   We often enable this processes with technology based on salesforce.com.

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3 Responses

  1. George Purvis says:

    Steve, can you call me? I have a couple of questions and the business opportunity I am addressing might have need for your services in the future. Cheers, George [95310441 or 0418 584 457]

  2. Lettie says:

    I am sorry guys but there is a minssderutanding about Greeks! Please don’t buy into biases against Greece. The age that Greeks get pension is not 55 but 65. This is ridiculous and misleading. In Greece there is an option FOR SOME PEOPLE to get earlier their pension but then it will be a very lower amount of money. Greek people are like all other Europeans. We have to be joint with solidarity, we have to unite, instead of creating cliches and hatred among us!

  3. I experimented with looking at your website on my iphone and the format does not seem to be right. Might want to check it out on WAP as well as it seems most cellphone layouts are not really working with your website.

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