Any business needs people to work as a team and identify processes that can accelerate turnover, cash flow, and profit and also free up time. Their identification is the basis of the clarification of the business model: a graphic representation of the relationship with a customer, from the first interaction to the subsequent monitoring, after the delivery of the product or service.
It's a process, so any repetition brings clarity.
It is a process, so applying it increases the sales team's performance.
It's a business model, so apply it to every line of business you have, then combine it.
It's a graphical representation of the business model, so you can align your team even better.
It creates trust.
It makes you stand out from the competition.
In the following I will give you the steps by which you can, in the simplest way, identify the business model.