An informative way to check a consulting firm's references

03/11/2013 | Sales Benchmark Index

The traditional method of checking references won't give you any new information when you're deciding whether to hire a specific consulting firm, writes Matt Sharrers. For this reason, you should get stakeholders in your sales force involved and have them reach out to their peers in the companies that are acting as references, he advises.

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