How do I sell my software as a service to enterprise companies?'


It’s true.  Many Big, Enterprise companies will have informal and even formal policies limiting the vendors they can buy from to “established companies”.

But …

They all have an exception for (x) new, emerging vendors that (y) solve a problem no established vendor does.  Or at least, no established vendors solved for a certain use case.

And they even have special, 50-100+ page policies around how to deal with these cases.  In particular, what levels of additional risk to take.  Typically, these 50-100 page policies all boil down to certain additional risk because acceptable in (x) non-core business processes where (y) the ROI is perceived to be very well.

So yes, what you are hearing is true.  But — also — there is an answer to this chicken-and-egg scenario.  Of course there is.

For you, it’s making your product much more valuable and uniquely good at at least 1 important thing these Big Guys need.  Then.  They can crack open the Exceptional Manual.

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Published on January 15, 2016
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