At Shaping Business, we use an internationally recognised framework for developing Value Propositions to help technology and professional services firms with converting business opportunities.
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At Shaping Business, we meet a lot of technology and professional services firms that have problems converting business opportunities. Many of these businesses claim they have lost opportunities because of the price of their product or services.
Many businesses view their sales pipeline from a sales management and revenue forecasting perspective. They are so focused on meeting their sales targets that they fail to review and analyse their sales pipeline to understand the real performance of the sales and marketing function in their business.
Shaping Business has the privilege of working with a variety of well-established firms, many of whom are renowned for innovation and outstanding service capabilities. Yet a problem we consistently encounter is that clients struggle to produce a compelling value proposition for their business.
Newspaper headlines have declared the British decision to exit the European Union ‘The ‘Brexit crisis’. Already, there has been a noticeable crystallisation of the risks that were alluded to during the referendum campaign: exchange rate volatility, weakening investment, and increased business uncertainty. The future for businesses both large and small, already trading internationally, has significantly altered as a result of ‘Brexit’. The greatest risk for businesses following the decision is that the current uncertainty becomes an excuse for procrastination. It is vital for businesses to take the initiative and proactively plan for the challenges that lie ahead in order to prosper in a changeable economic situation.