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Brief: What Sales Can Learn from Software Development

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Selling with agility works because it embraces changes in the buyer’s journey.

In Richardson's brief, What Sales Can Learn from Software Development, we explore how sales leaders can adopt the most powerful idea from the software industry to drive more wins. We examine what agility means and how to make it work in sales.

We discuss:

  • The six-part Sprint SellingTM methodology for developing and winning sales
  • The core values of “agility” and what they mean to sales professionals
  • The key principles that drive a sustainable, competitive advantage
Download the brief to discover the repeatable process for driving more sales by tracking and meeting the customer’s changing needs.

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