In this post I write about a “Day in the Life” (DITL) storytelling approach we have developed at Tact.ai to help us drive needs discovery, journey mapping, product storytelling and demos.
In previous posts we wrote about the elephant in the room choking sales performance and our company philosophy of #nofriction. So how does one actually truly eliminate friction from the daily lives of salespeople, instead of inadvertently adding more technology friction?
Since inception, Tact has been about building human-friendly seller experiences, and keeping sellers and their supporting teams in their productive state of daily flow. Towards this goal, the “Day in the Life” narrative approach has been an invaluable tool and anchor in our toolbox.
Inspired by the power of ethnographic and design thinking approaches, we’ve whole-heartedly embraced the DITL approach across Tact.ai. Just like many superfoods, the DITL has shown its versatility at different aspects of our customer and sales journey.
The Day in the Life storytelling and world building approach involves three steps:
Below I am sharing three examples of this Day in the Life storytelling approach.
This first example below shows a new day in the life of a CEO or Sales Leader with Tact.ai. It hows our CEO and Founder, Chuck, interacting with the Tact.ai Assistant through voice in his car to prepare and follow up on meetings, make updates to Salesforce, and assign tasks.
This example shows a new day in the life of a B2B Sales Rep and the extended team with Tact.ai, including how to be better prepared for customer meetings, follow up after meetings, and corral an entire account team to respond in real-time to close deals faster and better.
This example shows a new day in the life of a Pharma sales rep and team with Tact.ai.
The Day in the Life visual storytelling approach has helped us get closer to our aspiration of #nofriction sales experiences for modern digital sales teams. If you have applied similar approaches in your work we would love to hear from you.
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