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echnology-based solutions, nearly all the panelists said a team approach is best. A typical team consists of the sales person, the Website, inside salespeople, the CEO, a sales engineer, and call centers. The salespersons role on the team is to manage the relationships of the buyer and the seller. Their efforts are then supported by inside sales representatives and call centers that provide feed......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Kelley Starr 12/04/03


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