Relationship Maps

Identify and map priorities of key stakeholders early in the sales cycle to build the strategy to win their trust. Close more deals faster by building strong relationships and identifying the shortest path to winning each deal.

Relationship Map

What is a
Relationship Map?

Relationship maps or organization charts are visual representations of the relationships between different stakeholders within an organization. They can help understand the roles and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders and the power dynamics and decision-making processes within an organization.

This information can help identify key decision-makers and influencers when closing a deal. By understanding the relationships between different stakeholders, sellers can tailor their sales pitch and approach to better align with the needs and interests of the buyers.

Why Use
Relationship Maps?

Identifying key influencers and detractors early in the sales cycle can be crucial in building a successful sales strategy. Key influencers are individuals who can influence the decision-making process. These individuals might include high-level executives, team leaders, or decision-makers. On the other hand, detractors are individuals who may be opposed to the sale or have the ability to block the deal from moving forward.

To identify key influencers and detractors early in the sales cycle, gathering as much information as possible about the potential customer’s organization and decision-making process is essential. Once you have identified the key influencers and detractors, you can build your sales strategy around them. For example, suppose a key influencer is particularly supportive of your product or solution. In that case, you might want to focus on building a strong relationship with them and leveraging their support to win the deal. On the other hand, if there are detractors who are opposed to the sale, you may need to address their concerns and objections to move the deal forward.

Overall, the key to closing more deals faster is identifying the shortest path to winning the deal, which often involves building strong relationships with key influencers and addressing any objections or concerns from detractors.

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How to Use
Relationship Maps?

How to Use Relationship Maps

#1 Buyer Role Mapping

In a buying decision, there are typically several different roles that are involved. These roles can vary depending on the size and complexity of the organization and the product or service being purchased (Champion, Influencer, Decision-Maker, User, Approver, Purchaser).
With Relationship Maps sellers can identify and connect with all of these stakeholders in order to build a strong case for their product or service and increase the chances of making a sale.

#2 Relationship Mapping

Look at the organizational chart to understand the formal lines of authority and decision-making. Identify the key decision-makers and influential leaders at different levels of the organization and how they influence the deal.

#3 Decision Flow Mapping

Understanding how decisions are made within the organization and the role of each stakeholder in the decision-making process can help sellers better understand the needs and motivations of the buyers and tailor their sales approach accordingly. Learn the role of each stakeholder and ensure that the champion effectively communicates the value to the other stakeholders.

Relationship Maps built for enterprise sales

Chuck Marcouiller

Mutual Success Plans are where enablement meets execution. It is a critical tool as we look to operationalise MEDDICC in every single buyer engagement. We are excited to partner with BuyerAssist on automating and making mutual success plans easy for our sellers and prospects to co-create.

Chuck Marcouiller

Senior Director Revenue Enablement


Our sales process is complex and can take anywhere from 2-10 months. With so many things that could change in this timeframe, having a mutual success plan is critical to our ability to win deals predictably and avoid any last minute surprises.

Joe Booth

VP of Sales Operations & Business Development


BuyerAssist is operationalizing buyer-centric selling that will help us and other organizations align with buyers in a whole new way. I have enjoyed working with the BuyerAssist team over the past few months as they build the BuyerAssist platform. I am excited to see their vision come to life as they strive to transform companies to focus on what matters most to their buyers through jointly developed success plans.

Mike Krilich

Director Global Sales Ops

About BuyerAssist

BuyerAssist helps simplify the complexity of your sales process and deliver a great buying experience to win deals predictably and consistently.

With BuyerAssist, take the guesswork out of your deal strategy by using Relationship Maps for your deal team to better understand the key stakeholders and political dynamics.

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