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Hello XPX! If you or your Middle Market clients are not happy with their current banking relationship, I’m happy to discuss anything from solving day-to-day problems to complete acquisition financing. Comerica is the largest bank headquarter in Texas. We take a holistic business approach, always putting our customers and our community first, and providing our…
Businesses spend thousands of dollars a year on software and SaaS system purchases and upgrades, yet continue to fall into the familiar trap of immediately signing pre-printed or online “form” license agreements designed to protect the vendor, not the purchaser. Some of these “form” agreements are non-negotiable but many can be modified upon request. From…
90%-No sales process! It’s everyone for themselves at a lot of companies. Each person conducting trial and error, and nothing gets written down. No way to forecast, no way to determine a repeatable process, no way to determine a failing process. Just endless, random acts of commercial theater until time or the cash runs out….
In this video, I discuss the impact of developing a strategy for the sales team with the Fractional VP of Sales. “Independence” shouldn’t mean doing your own thing for your self-satisfaction. Get started on your sales action plan today by taking my quick 10 question assessment link here: https://salesxceleration.com/sales-agility-assessment/?locationid=23454508 #salesstrategy #focus #StopRandomActsofSales #rankprospects #rankcustomers www.cleardirectionsd.com
In this video, I summarize why a Fractional VP Of Sales is often the best choice for a business in transition. Businesses from $3M-$75m often encounter a “Gap” they have to address before they can leap to the “next level”. This will require professionalizing the sales team by removing or elevating the current leadership from…