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As sales organizations endeavor to escape the constricted economy of the 2009 recession, one of their most significant barriers is stagnant progress regarding bringing their sales cycle under control. Recent Aberdeen research published for "Inside Sales Enablement: Let Them Drink Coffee!" reveals that not only did under-performing companies see a year-over-year increase in their sales cycle of 12 percent, but even the Best-in-Class, or top 20 percent of performers among over 500 companies surveyed, experienced a slight lengthening of their own lead-to-win timeframe.


Good one
Posted by: Sripathy 2010-04-29 04:08:29 In reply to: Peter Ostrow
Today and tomorrow are clearly for companies with focus on Innovation. Innovation need not be patentable but it can be impact able in customer lives.

Also please find below my POV on “No-Cost Innovation: Capitalize on Customer Ideas”

http://www.crmbuyer.com/story/69855.html

Regards,
Sripathy

Good one
Posted by: Sripathy 2010-04-29 04:08:26 In reply to: Peter Ostrow
Today and tomorrow are clearly for companies with focus on Innovation. Innovation need not be patentable but it can be impact able in customer lives.

Also please find below my POV on “No-Cost Innovation: Capitalize on Customer Ideas”

http://www.crmbuyer.com/story/69855.html
Regards,
Sripathy
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