What is the best way for a SaaS company to deal with long sales cycles?

  • My Post (2).jpgShorten them up a bit.
  • Don’t fear paid pilots or smaller deployments. Prove yourself and put a few nickels in the bank.
  • And then — just get used to it.

$100k+ deals often take more than a quarter to close.

$1m+ deals often taken more than a year.

Bigger deals generally take longer. But a great VP of Sales with enterprise experience will help — and perhaps shorten sales cycles 30%. That will make a difference.

Ultimately, while long sales cycles are super stressful in the early days — you want to put points up, and cash in — in the long run, they don’t matter that much. Eventually, you have 10, 20, then 100 bigger deals all in the pipeline. You’ll close them in a staggered fashion over the coming quarters. And you’ll even be glad to have a high visibility pipeline. And it will be OK. – read more

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