While we can all see that the sales field is evolving at a rapid pace, it’s easy to overlook that there is a new age of buyers as well. How do you create connections with this new breed of decision-makers? What’s the best way to bring them value? How have budgets changed, and what’s the best practice for navigating these deals? Have you got it figured out?
In this episode of INSIDE Inside Sales, Darryl speaks with Will Frattini, the Rockstar Director from ZoomInfo. Darryl and Will discuss how best to navigate the buying process, touching on imperative topics such as creating levels of confidence and trust with your buyer, to getting through the labyrinth of closing an internal deal. They also talk about how best to empower your team to sell to the right people, and how to find the path to success through using delicate qualifying questions. The sales world is changing quickly, but we’ve got you covered on this episode of INSIDE Inside Sales!
About Darry's Guest:
Will has been at ZoomInfo for 4 years and in that time has held and excelled in almost every sales role the organization has to offer. He started in 2015 as a new business AE during which time he achieved 213% to quota as an individual contributor before being promoted to team lead. As the Manager of New Business in 2017 and Senior Manager in 2018, Will led his team to 168% and 165% to quota respectively, all while doubling his sales team, recruiting new hires, and representing ZoomInfo all over the country at several Summits, Conferences, and Webinars.
As Director of New Business Sales at ZoomInfo, Will leads three New Business Managers, one Team Lead and their respective teams, and has also been heavily involved in the integration of systems, processes and teams post DiscoverOrg acquisition in February 2019.
Will can understand (and sort of speak) French and Spanish enough to travel within native speaking countries (when he and his wife stayed in Normandy, their host family thought they were Canadian and tried to give them directions to the Canadian cemetery instead of the American cemetery). In his free time, Will enjoys spending time with his wife, Abbey and daughter, Elle. He is also an avid golfer, cook, and piano player.