IT Sales Calls Get More Productive for Small Computer Business Owners

Tips from SP Home Run Inc. Help Small Business VARs, IT Consultancies, and MSPs Set Clear Goals to Improve Results from IT Sales Calls

Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
  • Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
    Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
    Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
    Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients
LAKE WORTH, FL- IT sales calls are the bread and butter of a successful small computer consulting business. However, sales calls will get a business nowhere if the business owner or account manager isn't taking steps to make sales calls more productive. A sales call should not be the only screening process, and it should definitely not be free consulting.

SP Home Run Inc. shares the following tips on making IT sales calls more productive for small business VARs, IT consulting firms, and MSPs:
  • Establish the Purpose of the Meeting - The most important reason for an IT sales call is to find out if a particular company and a potential client can work together. Sales calls also provide owners of small VARs, IT consultancies, and MSPs the opportunity to evaluate if specific potential clients are a good match for their firm. Some things to think about: does everyone seem generally easy to work with? And are their budgets and expectations reasonable?
  • Do Some IT "Gardening" - Owners and account managers for computer businesses must be able to weed out potentially problematic clients before they make it onto the company's client list and wreak havoc. Computer business owners need to check out prospective clients just like prospective clients check out prospective VARs, IT consultancies, and MSPs.
  • Plan, Plan, and Then Plan Some More - When the owner or account manager for a computer business is properly prepared for sales calls, he or she will appear in control, calm, cool, confident, and professional. There should be a list of prepared, open-ended questions and plenty of patience to listen carefully and answer questions from potential clients. If a prospective client seems like a good fit, there must be a plan prepared to move forward to the next step. If the client is not a good fit, the owner or account manager for the computer business must be prepared to say "sorry, no thanks."

"Planning is the key to effective and productive IT sales calls," said Joshua Feinberg, Business Development Director of SP Home Run Inc. "A little preparation can be the difference between coming off as polished and professional, and coming off as desperate and unprepared. With only one chance to make a great first impression, you really need to do your homework. In the age of Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook, prospective clients expect you to know the basics before you walk in the door."

Those interested in learning more about productive IT sales calls should also download the free report:
Seven IT Sales Secrets for Attracting High-Lifetime-Value Clients from http://www.sphomerun.com/seven-it-sales-secrets-nv/

About SP Home Run Inc.

SP Home Run Inc. helps small business IT service providers get more high-paying, steady B2B clients by providing a suite of proven tools and resources that are available exclusively to SP Home Run Inc. members. The tools and resources focus on IT marketing and targeted lead generation, selling IT services and lead nurturing, IT maintenance contracts, managed computer consulting, IT channel and small business technology, and starting a consulting company.

The company currently serves clients all over the world. Its client base includes computer consulting businesses, VARs, network integrators, IT solution providers, MSPs, system builders, and computer repair businesses.

More information about SP Home Run Inc. can be found at http://www.sphomerun.com/About-SP-Home-Run-Inc/

For interview opportunities and media requests, please contact:

Joshua Feinberg
Business Development Director
SP Home Run Inc.
Phone: +1 877-587-9580 x7
Email: media (at) sphomerun (dot) com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/sphomerun

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