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The Sales Performance Value Chain: Improving Sales Results in 2014

The Sales Performance Value Chain: Improving Sales Results in 2014

PHILADELPHIA, January 8, 2014 — Richardson, a leading sales training company, has posted a new blog, Improve Sales Results in 2014 with your Sales Performance Value Chain,  on their award-winning Sales Excellence Review blog site.

The blog, written by Director of Product Development Mike Kunkle, provides readers with a thought-provoking look at the concept of a Sales Performance Value Chain. Mike defines a Sales Performance Value Chain as the series of places where sellers can uncover and deliver value to their clients to win more deals and grow current accounts. In the post, Mike offers a new twist on the time-worn “people, process, and technology” framework and shares a practical example of how to apply the new framework to strengthen a link of the value chain.

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