Instore Selling Representatives

So we have identified the Medium Potential Customers. We know who they are and where they are and what they buy and what they own. Now we can assign them for market coverage. That means we have to select the number of customers that is appropriate for one person to handle. But first we have to deal with the fact that this will not be a Product Support Field Representative rather it will be an Instore Sales Representative. Who is that?

This is all those men and women in your parts department and service department who deal with customers today. This is the service clerks, the counter personnel, the telephone sales support personnel, and the parts office and warehouse personnel. Almost anyone who wants to be involved and who has a “sales” personality would work.

I will assign one hundred customers to each Instore Sales Representative. I will expect that there will be five personnel touches each work day by each Instore Sales representative.  If this is different there is no time like the present to get going. Are you ready? The time is now.