Day in the life customer keynote 2012

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2012 Keynote of Total Customer Management Conference.

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  • Standardized on RIMEmployees started showing up with Apple and Android smart phones and devices. Employees were using multiple personal devices + one for business.IT was getting bombarded with requests to support more than RIMManagement was concerned about data security and protecting confidential customer data on employee personal devices. And they didn’t want to be exposed to personal employee data. Management also wanted iPad support for reporting and other forms of corporate information. Employees were getting frustrated juggling between devices and then…..Someone left their personal smartphone in a cab. It has business data on it… the trigger point is that bank management and IT had to figure out how to solve this…and secure their highly sensitive data.
  • 25 percent use the Internet22 percent leverage an external peer22 percent rely on internal colleagues20 percent utilize an industry analyst11 percent join social media communitiesBottom line: By the time salespeople are knocking on the door at “mahogany row,” that CXO they are calling on has done a good deal of research online; in fact, these leaders have probably already begun to build not only a vision of what their needs are, but also what the possible solution looks like.
  • Marketing becomes the proxy for the early sales call. It used to be reps were involved earlier in the buying process, positioned to influence both the perceived needs and the solutions a buyer might consider. Without the ability for sales to engage buyers early, it becomes increasingly important for marketing to do its homework on the buyer – using research and analysis to determine the tactics most likely to resonate with the prospect. Marketing’s effectiveness will then become evident by how often buyers, when eventually meeting with reps, articulate their needs and desired solutions in terms of your offerings. 
  • Sales needs to re-engineer their dialogues. Classic consultative selling skills have taught reps to develop buyer needs through the use of effective questioning, listening and the ability to connect needs with relevant product/solution features and benefits., the focus on early sales calls must move from needs creation to needs forensics. Salespeople must use the skills of questioning and listening to understand what the preordained need and preconceived solution look like, the process used to arrive at those conclusions and how committed the buyer is to that vision. If there’s a match between need and solution, it may make sense to move forward; if not, the rep must make the call whether a match can still be found through further dialogue, or be prepared to move on.15% of executives believe that sales do not prepare for sales calls. Marketing doesn’t enable or share Sales don’t engage in needs forensics Service / support focuses on one-and-done metrics
  • Day in the life customer keynote 2012

    1. 1. Christine Crandell President © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017 © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    2. 2. How We Redefine Growth New Business Strategies helps accelerate and transform revenue. • Deep, proven strategy and market expertise that achieves expected outcomes. • Collaborative, partnership service model consistently delivers client results. • Industry expertise in driving software and infrastructure market share. • Proprietary Social Compass™ methodology to guide Social Change process. • Practical advice, tools and training to sustain results. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    3. 3. "Consumerization is a parade.You can either get out in front of it to stop it and get trampled, or you can grab the baton and lead the parade." © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    4. 4. • 145 years old• $80.6B in assets• 397 offices / 800 emp.• Standardized on RIM• Employees want to use their own devices• Security risks• Compliance issues © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    5. 5. MMixing Business & Personal Other apps CRM ERP
    6. 6. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    7. 7. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    8. 8. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    9. 9. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    10. 10. Whom Do They Trust Information Sources Research on the Internet Leverage external peers Rely on colleagues Engage social graph Source: SiriusDecision © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    11. 11. Where Do They Go? Industry Association LinkedIn Social Industry Community Analyst Webinar Somebody’s Uncle White Paper Media Site Blogs Online Demo
    12. 12. Experience Disruptors • Marketing has no knowledge of buyers’ social media conversations. • Sales is not aware of prior buyer interaction with marketing assets. • Sales assumes an uninformed buyer; buyers are the opposite. • Customer Service has no knowledge of past buyer interactions. • Support treats customers differently than Sales or Marketing. • Support trouble ticket process not buyer outcome oriented.
    13. 13. Buyer Frustration of sales interactions are considered 3% worthwhile by prospects Forrester 2011
    14. 14. How To Fix This Purchase Enable Engage The Sellers Compass™ Framework is our methodology that clients implement to enable, engage and Buyer establish enduring, profitable relationships with their prospects and customers. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    15. 15. The Sellers‘ Compass ™ Purchase Purchase Validate Deliver Evaluate Nurture Engage Enable Sellers’ Compass ™ Search Value Define Expand Evangelize © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    16. 16. Operationalize the Sellers‘ Compass ™ Opportunities Sales Purchase Validate Deliver Customer Care Evaluate Nurture “Customers” Marketing Contacts Sellers Compass™ Search Value Define Expand Evangelize © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    17. 17. Where To Start Purchase Validate Deliver Evaluate Nurture Uncover Sellers Understand the buyer intent & Compass™ various types of align marketing value buyers Search Value content to meet expect & structure buyer SLAs and service expectations programs to deliver Define Expand Evangelize Evangelize Define Expand Search Value Framework 10/3/2012 Buyers’ Social 17 © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017 Evaluate Nurture
    18. 18. 3. Socialize, 4. OperationalizeShare, Cross Teams andEducate 3 Functions 4 7. Mobilize Educate, train & 2 empower employees 2. Pilot 5 5. Measure Experiment with a Identify 1 slice of Sellers’ 7 Metrics & Compass ROI 6 6. Full Sellers’ Compass Marketing and Support 1. Discover define the end-to-end Start with a detailed buyers’ experience then investigation of your buyers’ align it with business journey (who, what, when, why) objectives. © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    19. 19. Benchmark ROI Accelerate sales by 3 to 5 times Reduce cost of sales by 30+% © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    20. 20. Test Your Buyers Understanding Social Compass™ Assessment: http://tinyurl.com/6mdu82r © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    21. 21. Let’s Talkchristine.crandell@newbizs.com +1.415.309.7017 © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017
    22. 22. Resources • Forbes Blog: blogs.forbes.com/christinecrandell • Articles: christinecrandell.com/Publications • Community: facebook.com/NewBusinessStrategies • Website: www.newbizs.com • Twitter: ChrisCrandell • Social Compass™ Assessment: http://tinyurl.com/6mdu82r © 2012 NBS Consulting Group, Inc. | Tel: 415.309.7017

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