THE MEDMEN SHOW - Everything that people get wrong with Metrics - Episode #5


06-10-2023 • 6 mins

Metrics - they’re not easy, but that means if you nail them, you have the edge in your deals. In this episode, the Med Men break down the three things that people get wrong when it comes to Metrics.

Andy and Pim talk about the importance of asking yourself the question, “Who cares about this?” as well as how you can carry Metrics through to all stages of the Customer Lifecycle.

If you have any questions about using Metrics, or any suggestions of what you’d like to see the Med Men cover next, make sure to comment below!

Until next time - cheers!

Med Men is a MEDDICC MEDIA production, where CEO Andy Whyte and CRO Pim Roelofsen dive into aspects of the MEDDIC framework, and look good doing it.

Who are Pim Roelofsen and Andy Whyte?

Pim Roelofsen Born and raised in the Netherlands, Pim lived in the Dutch Caribbean and London, before making the move back home. Having been involved in tech sales for 10 years, Pim is passionate about MEDDICC and is a big believer that more organizations should adopt the qualification framework for sales and beyond. Pim empowers sales organizations across the globe to implement the tried and tested framework as MEDDICC CRO.

Andy Whyte The founder of MEDDICC™ and the author of the five-star rated “MEDDICC’ book, it’s no surprise that Andy has an impressive sales career spanning over 18 years. Andy first started out as a door-to-door, double-glazing salesman where he quickly built up an appetite for sales, hungry for more, he started his B2B career as an SDR, progressing through the ranks to eventually lead the EMEA at Branch before moving on to set up MEDDICC™. Andy used MEDDIC in multiple companies as an individual contributor and sales leader and even implemented MEDDPICC into two SaaS organizations. Known for his mantra “Nobody ever regrets qualifying out” and his passion for the science and art of sales. Away from the day-to-day, Andy practices many skills as a chef, sports coach, taxi, and cleaner in his most important role to date - DAD.