Can you relate to the following software demo situation? Jennifer, the sales engineer, is at the keyboard. She's on a roll. She's been setting the stage to show how her price matrix capability will eliminate costly errors. This is all-important to the prospect. She has the audience's full attention and is steadily moving them toward her objective. Suddenly Robert, the account executive, interrupts from the back of the room. "Jennifer, I think this would be a great time to show how the information you’re working with updates the data warehouse and is immediately available for sales analysis purposes." Everybody shifts their attention from Jennifer and the all-important price matrix capability to Robert and the equally important data warehouse function. In an instant, the momentum Jennifer has been building dies.
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You have no idea how to answer their question. Luckily, Judy, a senior product manager is in the room because she's next up on the agenda. You look at her and ask, Judy do you know the answer to this question? Unfortunately, Judy is the product manager for the accounting applications, not pricing. She can't answer the question. She looks like she doesn't know anything. You look unprepared. Momentum is lost. Here's a more effective way to handle the question: Make eye contact with Judy. This signals her