On June 11, Clozd welcomed guests from Tableau, Zuora, and VMware for a discussion about win-loss interviews and why they should act as a pillar of any competitive intelligence program. Learn tips and best practices from three experienced competitive marketers.
Over time, and across thousands of win-loss interviews for clients in various industries, Clozd consultants have uncovered insightful trends relating to the impact pricing can have on vendor selection. It is a common decision factor, but not always in the way a sales rep might expect. This interview with Clozd founder Spencer Dent explores some of these pricing trends, which can be insightful for pricing and packaging teams, sales leadership, and sales enablement teams.
While most organizations intuitively understand the value of win-loss analysis, execution of an effective win-loss program can often seem daunting and difficult. Clozd frequently speaks with organizations that are unable to capitalize on buyer feedback due to several common roadblocks. Let’s explore these common win-loss roadblocks and learn the best strategies for avoiding or overcoming them.
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So, how do you captivate sales with meaningful training? The answer is simple. Make it real. Base your training in real stories, about real customers, from real deals. Insights and examples drawn from real interactions with real prospects will boast the power to captivate the sales team and change their behavior.
Don't rely on your sales team for unbiased feedback about your buyers - they will be wrong more than half the time. For critical feedback about how buyers perceive your business and your offering, go straight to the source. Conduct win loss interviews with the actual buyers at your won and lost accounts.