sales vs. techcomm

Subject: sales vs. techcomm
From: Kat Kuvinka <katkuvinka -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2009 13:33:39 -0400

I worked at at least one place where sales would tell prospects that the software did things it did not do, i.e., lie to the customer. It put a lot of pressure on a lot of other people!

> Personally, gratitude is the only attitude I harbor toward our marketing
> and sales people (even the narcissistic ones). Without them, we wouldn't
> be making money, and I wouldn't have a job. And the world being what it
> is, it's arguable that marketing and sales are what they are (good and
> bad) because of the types of pressures they are under.
> Leonard

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