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Can ERP Meet Your eBusiness Needs? Part Three: The Effect of eBusiness on Your Business
The ability to market and sell to expanding markets can easily exceed a company's ability to fulfill the demand along with the expectations that are generated.

selling your business  to its knees. The selling and order administration processes are only the front office considerations for your entry into the eCommerce marketplace. There are also back-office considerations, most specifically the impact on your planning, warehouse and distribution efforts in other words, fulfillment. Everyone has either a funny story or a horror story to tell from the 1999 holiday season. Christmas gifts that arrived in January. The two line item sales order that came in two different shipments. One had

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selling your business  Your Win Ratio by Selling Value Instead of Price There are lots of consultative sales methods around. You may have been trained in one, or read a book about one that you particularly like. Each has its unique strengths and techniques. But they all have at least one thing in common. They try to get sales people to focus on what matters to the customer. You build sales momentum by demonstrating that you are delivering an important solution to an important problem. That is the essence of all these consultati Read More

Strategic Selling: The Lifeline to Your Future


In the face of global economic volatility, increasing competition, and changing customer needs, business leaders are challenged to protect their business now, while ensuring it is able to thrive in the future. Despite the dire need to act, the positive repercussions from making the right changes now will lead to building a business that is more capable, stable and powerful in creating, deepening and retaining customer relationships. Find out more.

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selling your business  that structure during the selling process. In some cases, your own company's ROI model may be much more appropriate for the kind of product or service you are selling than what the prospect is currently using. If so, it becomes a selling tool and should a catalyst to bring the sales and evaluation teams closer together focusing on a common goal—determining how much value will be derived from that investment. There is a great piece on How to Get Your Project Funded in Appendix 2 of How Winners Sell . Read More

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selling your business  making. Project management (internal selling) - the time spent getting support for the project as well as managing the project implementation. Software – be sure to include the license and support costs or the monthly cost of using software as a service. If you are doing a multi-year analysis, don’t forget to account for price increases. Hardware – the cost of servers, network equipment, if you don’t know the costs yet, leave the line item in with a placeholder. Implementation & Installation – t Read More

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selling your business  have an easier time selling them on BI later. So how do you quantify pain in an area of your business? Look for areas where major decisions are being made primarily from institutional knowledge—that is, by gut instinct from experienced managers. Look for areas that are awash in raw data but have relatively little refined data. Look for areas where managers are already accustomed to using spreadsheets to crunch numbers and make decisions—those are the folks who will benefit first from a BI Read More
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