Should your company use inside sales?

02/17/2012 | Sales Benchmark Index

Sales leaders may scoff at inside sales for a number of reasons, such as because they think they're customers want to meet in person or because they think their products are too complex, writes Scott Gruher. But companies should give the process another look. "Inside Sales reps are typically paid less and have substantially smaller travel and expense needs," he explains.

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