In sales what is the most important challenge?

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shalini1792
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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#1 Postby shalini1792 » Sat May 10, 2014 10:34 am

The most important challenge in sales is to identify the target customers and convince them to buy the product. For every organisation , its very important to find there prospects to which they will sell there product. For such a purpose the individual requires to know that what will be the target customers for there product i.e whether the product is for children or youth or specially for males or females etc. Therefore , once these task is completed the organisation go forth in order to convince them so that they buy the product and hence the deal could be closed.

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#2 Postby ISTTMmasthanvali » Fri May 09, 2014 6:54 pm

Sales..a job known for day to day challenges.It involves in finding the right customer,demonstrating and makes him satisfying about the product.On the other hand,
salesman should maintain a good relation with the customer,so that the customer will retain with the product for long time.The ultimate objective of the salesman is to complete the allotted target with in the given time which can be achieved by making the people to buy.

Thus,finding the right customer and convincing him to buy the product is the important challenge involved in sales.

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#3 Postby Deepeshisbs » Fri Apr 25, 2014 9:55 am

I think in sales the most important thing is to make a relationship with the customer.because in todays scenario full of competition and if we are not make a relationship with customer so customer switch another product.

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#4 Postby Akashisbs » Fri Apr 25, 2014 1:06 am

The utmost important challenge in sales is to make good relation between seller and buyer , to convert there wants into need and crete an efficient and strong channel distribution

rachna
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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#5 Postby rachna » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:50 am

The most important challenge in sales is finding new prospects, convincing them and then converting them into clients..

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#6 Postby Sid » Fri Dec 27, 2013 9:21 am

According to me the most important challenge in sales is to get the deal closed.
We find a number of customers who are convinced with your product but is taking time to close the deal.
It becomes the biggest challenge to keep following them in order to close the deal & sometimes a lot of time gets wasted if the customer is not converted.

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#7 Postby Princi » Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:41 am

The most difficult part of sales is to convince the customer that the product is really worth to buy, Identifying new ways to add value for the customer.

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Re: In sales what is the most important challenge?

#8 Postby ajit123 » Fri Dec 13, 2013 9:57 am

The most important and challenging part in sales process is the establishment of reputation and trust with customer..

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In sales what is the most important challenge?

#9 Postby archit » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:47 am

It is said that sales is a very challenging job and every day is new challenge..you have challenge in getting new customer, searching for continuous growth, maintaining relation with existing customer, liaisoning between all internal departments..and last but not the least achieving and over achieving given number.


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