See What Our Alpha Testers Are Saying About iSEEit

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“Even in the alpha version, this is far smoother than most GA (general availability) software out there…”                                                                                   Stefan Trondl, Sales Director, Austria

We are happy to announce that iSEEit’s Alpha test is off to a great start. We’ve got an international team of sales reps, managers, and executives already testing the app out in their daily lives.

Their job is to make sure that iSEEit not only has the right look and feel, but that it truly makes their jobs easier by reducing administration, increasing productivity, and facilitating teamwork.

And so far, the feedback is better than we could have hoped:

 “This is the first time that it’s actually fun to work with our sales process. What’s really great is that the intuitiveness is there throughout iSEEit… When you enter data in one place, it instantly appears everywhere else you need it. There’s no need to re-enter anything.”                                                                       Olli Krebs, VP Sales EMEA, Germany

“iSEEit has a great look and feel and deep sales insight… It makes you think hard about the progress of your deals: what’s complete, what’s not, and how what’s missing might hold up a timely and successful and closure. Well done.”              Rob Janes, Sales Manager, UK

“It doesn’t take much time at all to accomplish my daily work… iSEEit really takes the complexity out of sales and presents things in a simple, intuitive way. It’s the first time I get the feeling that this is really a tool built for sales.”          Bartek Niwinski, Regional Manager CEE, Poland

The testing team has already contributed tremendously by sharing their ideas on how a great sales tool should work, and we are really looking forward to the launch of our mobiles sales app for the iPad.

Our goal from the beginning has been not only to simplify the work that goes into closing deals, but also to really make sales fun again. That’s why this early feedback is a good sign that we are on the right track.

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How a Sales Playbook Can Help You Find Business Insights


97% of B2B customers rate a sales rep’s ability to offer unique and valuable perspectives as among the top drivers that led to closed deals. Coming in close at almost 90% is the ability to educate the client and help them avoid landmines within their own industry.

In other words, sales reps who challenge & teach their clients with business insights are shooting well past the competition.

The question is, just where do we find these insights?

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The Art of Stress-Free Productivity: David Allen’s Getting Things Done

Here is Getting Things Done author David Allen talking about ‘The Art of Stress Free Productivity.’

For those of you who are not familiar, Getting Things Done (or GTD) is a very popular and very effective time-management method whose core premise is simple:

Our productivity is directly proportional to our ability to relax.

According to Allen, it’s only “when you can clear your mind and organize your thoughts that you can truly achieve effective results and unleash your creative potential.”

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The Challenger Sale – A New Way to Drive Growth

The Challenger Sale Book CoverAccording to The Challenger Sale, there is a class of sales reps out there that consistently outperform their peers by up to 200%. What’s their secret? How are they succeeding where other’s fail? Is there a way to mirror their success?

Ask any sales leader about the state of the sales industry today vs. ten years ago, and you’ll get a wealth of opinions:

Purchasing budgets have been slashed, and decision makers are more hesitant than ever. Deals are scarcer, and the competition is fiercer.

In other words, it’s never been this tough.

But in spite of these challenges, there are reps out there that consistently close over 200% more deals than their colleagues.

And that’s even in declining markets with declining growth.

What’s their secret? How are they succeeding where others fail?

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How On-the-Job Coaching Can Improve Your Sales Performance

On the Job Coaching

According to Neil Rackham, 87% of sales training content is lost after 30 days. How can you stop this loss of investment? Are there better ways to improve sales performance and knowledge?

I’m sure you’ve experienced this before: your employer spends hundreds of thousand of dollars to get all customer-facing sales reps together and ‘brainwash’ you on the latest product updates, sales techniques and SOX-compliance rules.

You spend 10 hours a day in a room with no daylight, using your breaks to make return calls to your clients and prepare your forecast by Friday, only to come back the next day (maybe a little hung-over from a night at the bar) and repeat the whole thing.

By Monday morning, you’re lucky if you remember about half of what was covered. And, according to a study by Neil Rackham, 87% of what you learned is lost within thirty days!

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A New World of Sales

Until recently, customers seeking business solutions had to ask suppliers for guidance early in the purchasing process, because crucial information wasn‘t available anywhere else. But today customers are better informed than ever before. By the time they approach suppliers, they generally have a clear idea of the problem they need to solve, the solutions that are available, and the price they‘re willing to pay. In this world, process-driven sales machine approaches fall short, because they give sales reps no room to exercise judgment and creativity in dealing with highly knowledgeable customers. The new environment favors creative and adaptable sellers who challenge customers with disruptive insights into their business and offer unexpected solutions.

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3 Reasons Why the MEDDIC Sales Process Works


Did you ever give a thought why pilots go through rigorous checklists before they start the engines and take off? That’s right, they have to be 99.9% sure they are setup for success, as even small issues could have big impact. Once they’re airborne, there’s no option for failure.

Similar to a pilot, MEDDIC gives you a checklist for every sales stage, giving you a health check for flying a deal to closure. Just like a pilot, you’ll be able to quickly understand your chances of landing successfully, and might even consider to step back and take another plane. While the pilot saves a lot of lives, we in sales save a lot of very precious time by planning to recover early to succeed in the end and close more deals.

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Asking for the Order Is a Closed Question

It doesn’t matter if you sell into Enterprise Companies or Small and Medium Business, we sales people do a hell of a job preparing the decision making, support clients to understand their benefits and show them how to get the quickest return.

Still, we seem to have a big issue harvesting on all the hard work we have done and ask for the deal. The most common perception is that sales hate to get a “NO”. Here is an interesting video with a different opinion.


MEDDIC Checklist

Your MEDDIC Sales Process Checklist

Your MEDDIC Checklist

There’s no doubt:

MEDDIC as a sales process has helped many sales teams around the globe to achieve extraordinary results.

Statistics prove that 30%+ growth rates in saturated markets and 250%+ in start-ups are possible. In fact, many salespeople that touch MEDDIC will never again work without it.

Fast-paced companies like Workiva, MongoDB, Alfresco, Snowflake and many more have build a healthy pipeline and forecast on the fundaments of MEDDIC.

Read on to get a brief overview on this simple and lightweight qualification process.


Here’s the basic MEDDIC checklist:


MEDDIC checklist
MEDDIC QualifiersExplanation
MMetricsWhat is the economic impact of the solution?
EEconomic BuyerWho has profit and loss responsibility for this?
DDecision CriteriaWhat are their technical, vendor and financial criteria?
DDecision ProcessThen what happens? Define validation and approval?
IIdentify PainWhat are their primary business objectives?
CChampionWho will sell on your behalf?



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Some Tips for the Right Sales Attitude

Cultivate the opportunity

  • Determine if the opportunity is worth the investment of time
  • Hypothesize about new ways to engage the customer
  • Infer the scope of the opportunity on the basis of limited information about the customer

Asses the customer’s receptivity to insight

  • Make informed assumptions about the customer and its needs
  • Identify atypical sources of information about the customer and its assumptions
  • Exercise patience in order to allow an opportunity to develop

Challenge the customer’s thinking

  • Judge when best to engage key decision makers and other stakeholders
  • Adapt the approach in order to generate buy-in
  • Asses the worthiness of the pursuit on the basis of the customer’s reaction

Build consensus

  • Tailor responses to stakeholder’s highly varied objections and reactions
  • Creatively determine ways to revive stalled deals
  • Encourage and arm key stakeholders to influence detractors

Close the deal

  • Asses the buying group’s understanding of what differentiates the solution from the alternatives
  • Know when to stand firm or acquiesce in negotiation
  • Identify negotiation points beyond terms and conditions