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AI Recommendations: Completing the Coaching Network

Today, we released a new interface for receiving and interacting with BuyerSight’s AI-driven recommendations. This release marks the closing of a loop, with AI guidance for sales managers being created and delivered in a single cloud-based platform. The idea of a “coaching network” was first

Sales Leader Interview Series – Justin Michael

Navigating the Cambrian Explosion of Sales Tech Justin Michael is an experienced sales leader, consultant, and author with twenty years in the world of B2B sales. Justin has become passionate about streamlining sales with modern technologies such as automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. He

Sales Leader Interview Series – Seth Dehart

Sales Rep of the Future: Half Man, Half Machine Seth Dehart is a consultant and advisor to tech companies in Europe with 16 years of sales and sales management experience. Recently, Seth was the VP of Sales at Framer in the Netherlands and led sales

Sales Leader Interview Series – Rachael Foo

Sales Manager of the Future: The Analytical Thinker Rachael is the Director of Sales Strategy and Interim Director of Sales Development at Frame.io, a review and remote collaboration SaaS tool for creatives. Prior to joining Frame.io, she spent over five years working with creative and

Sales Leader Interview Series – Jason Lalk

Building Culture and Securing Buy-in from Your Team Jason Lalk is the Vice President of Sales at CloserIQ, a talent strategy firm that’s recommended by top VCs such as Sequoia and DFJ. CloserIQ has helped over 500 companies build their sales and engineering teams. Jason

Is it better to discuss price early or late in a sales process?

Is it better to discuss price early or late in a sales process?

Knowing the optimal structure of a sales process is hard. Today, actually running the numbers requires manual categorization and cumbersome calculations, which is why we sales leaders often leave these important decisions to anecdote and gut feeling. For example, pricing. Is it better to discuss