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a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)

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In addition, Mattson offers these tips to help salespeople become more qualified to qualify:
One, nearly all the effort salespeople put into developing a customer will pay off at some time in the future.
However you build your system, it will only be useful to your salespeople if they can be sure hot leads are real and not just idle curiosity.
Suddenly, 758 salespeople were communicating orders simultaneously, and the computers were going on the fritz.
Finally, key account relationships typically require a long-term view for managers and salespeople.
8 percent for the year, likely a sign existing salespeople are taking the higher level of licensing as the market grows more competitive.
Today, many companies struggle to hire the best salespeople and use more “gut feel” to hire salespeople instead of a well structured professional process.
We recognize that salespeople are not necessarily experts, so we brought in people who are nothing but experts and can sit side by side with salespeople who have all the other ingredients," Starkman says.
Customer wins at The AES Corporation, BlueLine Rental, Auto Financial Group, Cork Supply, SmartRecruiters and others that have selected Tact since its release in February 2015, as well as thousands of salespeople who have downloaded Tact from the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.
In addition, when salespeople are on the go, they get a real-time access to all their leads, contacts and accounts in Salesforce.
Tactile said it has announced new mobile technology that empowers salespeople to achieve higher levels of productivity while on the road, using the unique power of mobile devices.
THEIR BUSINESS MODEL has a disproportionate amount of dependence on their sales people (Not only do they depend on the salespeople to generate revenue; they depend on them to maintain the revenue).
For example, in Japanese industrial companies, a salespeople visits a customer with an engineer, whose role is to offer technical support to the customer.
From the 2011 Data BookFrom the 2011 Data Book: Real estate brokers and salespeople continued to flee the industry in 2010, amid a still tenuous market.