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Managing Sales Requests and Changing Priorities

Managing Sales Requests and Changing Priorities

By Steve Johnson February 21, 2018

How do you deal with one-off feature requests from sales that are supposedly deal breakers? Have you noticed that car salespeople always sell what they have on the lot, while software sales people always seem to sell what they don’t have? After all, our salespeople and executives believe that anything is possible with software.
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