Research: "Understanding 2017 Selling Challenges" from Richardson, Leading Sales Training Company, Unlocks Barriers to Sales Success

2017-04-01 03:07 2068

PHILADELPHIA, April 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Richardson, a leading global sales training and performance improvement company, announced today the results of its annual research report, "Understanding 2017 Selling Challenges."

Richardson conducted its most recent annual study at the end of 2016, polling field sales representatives, senior sales professionals, and sales leaders to gauge their perspectives on the biggest anticipated challenges to achieving quota in 2017. The survey was designed to gain insight into the issues sellers face as they navigate the sales process from prospecting through closing.

The research study indicates that sales success in 2017 means overcoming challenges around productivity, learning how to team-sell effectively, and negotiating against low-cost providers. These challenges highlight opportunities for agile sales organizations that can quickly adapt and capitalize on clearing the path to selling and strengthening their individual players' ability to find, win, and grow business.

"The new customer expectation, regardless of industry, is one of value and trust," says Richardson's Chief Marketing Officer, Andrea Grodnitzky. "As a result, sales success in 2017 and beyond means acting as a true business advisor by delivering value through authentic curiosity, prepared relevancy, and unmatched credibility."

To download the 2017 study, go to the Richardson website or click here.

About Richardson

Richardson is a global sales training and performance improvement company. Our goal is to transform every buyer experience by empowering sellers with critical skills so they can create value for buyers and drive meaningful conversations. Our methodology combines a market-proven sales and coaching curriculum with an innovative and customizable approach to learning that ensures your sales teams learn, master, and apply those behaviors where and when it matters most — in front of your customers. It's our job to anticipate change in your industry so that your sales team can focus on fostering long-term relationships and becoming indispensable partners for their buyers.

Source: Richardson