Procurement: how to help people collaborate

Finding a prospect vs. creating a prospect

You place a call to get through to the decision maker. You call to find someone who needs your product or service. You try to get an appointment. You analyze names to do lead scoring… More

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  2. Robert Wright

    Hi Sharon-Drew,

    Ted and I spoke about this approach around nine months ago. My opinion is that Purchasing Facilitation/ “Facilitating buy-in” would create an obviously unfair competitive advantage for sales people using Buying Facilitation in conjunction with buyers using Purchasing Facilitation/ “Facilitating buy-in”.

    The increasing importance of purchasing teams within business should ensure enough interest for competent CPO's to look very closely at your offering (“light years ahead of its time”).

    I believe that the term “Buying or Purchasing Facilitator” should be used as a Mark of Excellence associated with honesty, integrity and excellence within the integrated field of sales/ purchasing/ business development.

    Sincere regards/ best wishes
    Robert Wright

  3. Robert Wright

    Hi Sharon-Drew,

    Ted and I spoke about this approach around nine months ago. My opinion is that Purchasing Facilitation/ “Facilitating buy-in” would create an obviously unfair competitive advantage for sales people using Buying Facilitation in conjunction with buyers using Purchasing Facilitation/ “Facilitating buy-in”.

    The increasing importance of purchasing teams within business should ensure enough interest for competent CPO's to look very closely at your offering (“light years ahead of its time”).

    I believe that the term “Buying or Purchasing Facilitator” should be used as a Mark of Excellence associated with honesty, integrity and excellence within the integrated field of sales/ purchasing/ business development.

    Sincere regards/ best wishes
    Robert Wright

  4. Just wanted to say thank you in that this article was used in conjunction with an Art Institute Online assignment covering the topic of Information Designer (the relationship between stockholders and users). It helped to see a way to apply the information within the field of finances. Interesting ­čÖé

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