Helping Your Sales Organization Succeed
Process first, People second – 6 Steps to Guaranteed Growth
The #1 need of mid-size and small businesses (SMB) is increasing sales. These SMBs have tried sales training and the other available tools, but they are still stuck. What they really need is a proven and repeatable sales process and professional sales management, but they can’t afford a true sales pro and don’t know how to create a sales process. An average sales manager will cost an SMB $182,408 per year an a superstar will cost over $250,000.
Focus6 Sales Management Solutions (Focus6), a division of Brumlow and Associates, Inc., uses a proven system to provide superstar sales management talent at a price small business can afford. Using the salesQB model Focus6 brings a robust set of tools and talent to the SMB to fix their legacy sales issues. Unlike sales training and recruiting solutions, salesQB focuses on keeping their existing sales team and fixing the process first. We do this because most SMBs are not willing to pay recruiters or invest in sales training, and do not want to fire their sometimes mediocre salespeople due to the potential impacts to the business. We simply focus on creating long term value by fixing the process first.
Focus6 specializes on small businesses with fewer than 11 sales people to deliver more effective and efficient sales results through the use of Part-Time or Fractional Sales Management. This is implemented uniquely for each organization using the the proven salesQB system and other programs for Major Account Sales, Executive Communications, Business Rhythms, Strategic Planning, Network Marketing and other specific needs.
Much like other Fractional Services such as an outsourced CFO or HR, this approach can provide a more cost effective way for this type of business to access experienced Sales Management talent that it would not otherwise be able to afford.
Often with the Mid Sized and Small Business, there is a Sales Management Gap that is frequently experienced by business owners & Presidents of primarily B2B companies that have eleven or fewer sales people.
This type of company finds themselves in the no mans land of supervising a sales team that is too big to be managed by the business owner or President, yet too small to hire a competent, experienced sales manager who can focus on Sales Management and not manage a territory as well.
This creates the opportunity to provide value by closing “The Sales Management Gap” through Fractional Sales Management.