Your customer conversation gap is caused by:
Sellers are stuck with manual, tedious messaging and content creation, taking time away from prospecting.
Sellers lack the buyer-centric ingredients buyers need to hear. As a result, their deals stall out or get lost to the competition falling short of their pipeline generation targets.
Without holistic, buyer-centric message management, messages become fragmented and noisy. As a result, sales and marketing leaders see decreased gross margins, extended sales cycles, and lost deals.
Every sales team suffers from a sales conversation gap:
The gap between what buyers want to hear and what messages sellers are equipped with to achieve the sale.
Leaders must embrace a buyer-centric, relevant message to fuel their conversations to improve efficiency and grow sales without piling on more reps, point solutions, or costs.
The lack of a sales pipeline isn't just a skill problem - it's also a value communication problem.
Messaging Barriers to Sales Strategy
Can't Do Proper Discovery?
"A sales rep launched straight into a pitch during a key meeting without conducting a thorough discovery process. She overlooked key questions to understand the prospect's
challenges, goals, and existing processes. Consequently, the rep offered a generic solution rather than tailoring it to the prospect's specific needs, leading the potential client to feel undervalued and eventually choose a competitor who demonstrated a better understanding of their business."
-- AVP, Commercial Accounts
Teams need a
message management platform
When they communicate the right value,
they win more deals with less effort and deliver a better customer experience.
Salesfuse addresses the root causes of the sales conversation gap to quickly drive predictable and efficient sales pipeline growth for sales organizations.
We provide an enterprise-grade message management platform that streamlines message creation and turns prospect needs and challenges into seller conversations. Salespeople commicate value and improve execution across every step of pipeline prospecting to uncover more deals, increase the profitability of each deal, and enable more sales to close faster.
In this new era of B2B sales, where buyers and sellers frequently work remotely, buying committees are getting more significant and distributed, and sellers need to execute more efficiently. Sales organizations need a single platform that guides teams in real-time through every step of scaling their pipeline generation efforts to close the sales conversation gap and execute at their full potential.
Improve conversations and campaigns
Unlock faster sales cycles and more predictable revenue with the Salesfuse sales message management platform powered by human and AI collaboration, strategic message management frameworks, coordination, and buyer-focused talking points that customer-facing teams need to communicate value and differentiate.
Remove seller burden:
Give sellers what they need
The question is not whether you can afford to invest in communicating your value; It’s whether you can afford not to.
With Salesfuse, sellers get the following:
- Streamlined buyer value-focused sales scripts, Email templates, and meeting guides
- Simplified messages aligned to buyer roles and altitude level
- Fast and easy access to branded assets
- Quick and easy access to up-to-date, correct, and compliant information
- Available centralized content repository
- Automated document creation
- Instant processes for checking and reviewing content
LOSING SALES? PIPELINE DRYING UP?
CALCULATE YOUR COMPANY’S
The burden each seller has to “sell more” at your organization:
Calculate seller burden:
|# of products||5|
|# of buyer decision-makers involved||5|
|# of sales team members involved||2|
Sellers must know 70 types of information to configure each conversation per product
|# of prospecting interactions||12|
|Seller Burden||42,000 different ways to have a single sales conversation|
Cut through the complexity by encoding your value, and equipping sellers with what they need to say to sell
New salespeople want to know:
- What do I ask to discover?
- What do I say to a prospect?
- What do I say to follow up
- What questions do I ask?
- What do I say on social media?
- What do I say after a meeting?
- What do I say in different industries?