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Buyer Seller Dyad


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Aravind TS

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Buyer Seller Dyad

  2. 2. Topics at a glance • To know about buyer seller dyads • Know about the different personal selling situations. • To know the recent trends in selling. 

  3. 3. Buyer Seller Dyad 
 The salesperson and the prospect, interacting with each other 

  4. 4. Conceptual Model of Sales person -Buyer Dyadic
  5. 5. Diversity of Personal-selling Situations Group A (Service Selling) 1.Inside Order Taker 
 2.Delivery Salesperson 
 3.Route or Merchandising 4.Salesperson 
 5.Missionary 6.Technical Sales Person Group B (Developmental Selling) 1.Creative Salesperson of Tangibles 2.Creative Salesperson of Intangibles 

  6. 6. Group A (service Selling) 1. Inside Order Taker –”waits on” customers; for example, the sales clerk behind the neckwear counter in a men’s store. These jobs are known as technical support staff, sales assistants, telemarketers, and telesales professionals. 

  7. 7. Group A (service Selling) 2. Delivery Salesperson – mainly engages in delivering the product; for example, persons delivering milk, bread, or fuel oil. 

  8. 8. Group A (service Selling) 3. Route or Merchandising Salesperson – operates as an order taker but works in the field – the soap or spice salesperson calling on retailers is typical. 

  9. 9. Group A (service Selling) 4.Missionary – aims only to build goodwill or to educate the actual or potential user, and is not expected to take an order; for example, the distiller’s “missionary” and the pharmaceutical company’s “detail” person.
  10. 10. Group A (service Selling) Technical Salesperson – emphasises technical knowledge; for example the engineering salesperson, who is primarily a consultant to “client” companies.
  11. 11. Group B (developmental Selling) 1.Creative Salesperson of Tangibles – for example, salespersons selling vacuum cleaners, automobiles, siding, and encyclopaedia. 

  12. 12. Group B (developmental Selling) 2. Creative Salesperson of Intangibles – for example. Salespersons selling insurance, advertising services, and educational programs. 

  13. 13. Recent Trends In Selling Relationship selling
 Regular contacts over an extended period to establish a sustained seller-buyer relationship. The success of tomorrow’s marketers depends on the relationships that they build today Relationships are built upon trust.
  14. 14. Recent Trends In Selling Consultative Selling
 Meeting customer needs by listing to them, understanding — and caring about — their problems, paying attention to details, and following through after the sale
  15. 15. Recent Trends In Selling Team selling is the use of teams made up of people from different functional areas to service large accounts. Useful in sales situations that call for detailed knowledge of new, complex, and ever-changing technologies
  16. 16. Recent Trends In Selling Sales Force Automation (SFA) Applications of computer and other technologies to make the sales function more efficient and competitive Sales automation (also known as customer asset management and total customer management) implies that technology can be used to speed up previously inefficient operations. Salespeople have access to current, relevant marketing materials, including data sheets, brochures, multimedia presentations, and proposal templates, online.
  17. 17. Questions Q1. Why is it necessary to understand buyer seller dyad? Q2. What are the different personal selling situations? Q3. What do you mean by Team selling? 
 Q4. Why is relationship selling important? Q5. What do you mean by sales force automation?
  18. 18. THANK YOU •