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Our Mission


At BiC-1/STAHL USA, prioritizing the customer's (Government Agencies) needs means understanding their pain points, listening to their feedback, and tailoring our approach to address their unique challenges. It means building trust and forging long-term relationships, not just pushing a product or service for short-term gain.


On the other hand, prioritizing your own goals can lead to a myopic focus on hitting targets at all costs, even if it means sacrificing customer satisfaction or ethical standards.


So how does STAHL strike the right balance?


It starts with a customer-centric mindset and planning, where we view our goals as a means to serve the customer rather than the other way around. It means taking a holistic approach to sales, aiming to create value for your customers at every touchpoint, from the initial outreach PreRFP to post-sale Transition support.


In short, sales success isn't just about hitting numbers – it's about building relationships, solving problems, and creating win-win outcomes. By prioritizing the needs and interests of our customers, we can achieve our long-term goals while positively impacting businesses and lives.


The key to genuine relationship building in sales is prioritizing our customers’ needs and interests


To support this in our Joint Venture, we create common and joint goals that compound our strengths to support our customers' mission.  When we approach Business Development/Sales from a place of service and seek to build genuine, mutually beneficial relationships that support our customers' mission, we create a foundation of trust and respect that leads to long-term partnerships.  Here are some of our specific ways to build genuine relationships in sales:


  1. Active Listening - An essential skill in building genuine relationships.  Take the time to truly understand our customers' needs, challenges, and goals, and tailor our solutions accordingly.

  2. Be Authentic - Be genuine and transparent in our customer interactions.  Avoid using sales tactics or manipulating customers into making a purchase.  Instead, focus on building a relationship based on mutual trust, honesty and respect.

  3. Offer Value - Provide education, process, new technology, advanced resources, helpful advice, or other forms of support. This demonstrates our commitment to our customers' success and helps build deeper relationships.

  4. Communicate Consistently - Consistent communication is key to building strong relationships.  Keep in touch with our customers regularly and be responsive to their inquiries and concerns.

  5. Be Patient - Building genuine relationships takes time and effort.  Avoid rushing the sales process or pressuring customers into making a decision.  Instead, focus on building a foundation of trust and respect over time.

  6. Follow Through - Follow through on our commitments and promises. This demonstrates our reliability and reinforces our customers' trust in our brand.

  7. Continuously Improve - Continuously seek customer feedback and use it to improve our products, services, and sales process.  This demonstrates our commitment to providing the best possible experience for our customers and helps build a stronger relationship. 

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