Hi Folks,
Am trying to get into learning how to make efficient client calls and meet their requirements. But you know what happens, the client (a prime vendor), gives me a requirement which is in the market for a long time and is not filled yet.
I try to get a consultant who is close it and submit at a marginal rate. Till then the client will be communicating and once I ask for the feedback, he just disappears!!!!

I just wanted to know some kind of solution for this. Its a waste of time for both of us. I don't understand why they don't realise it. Sourcing is not that easy, like just giving the requirement.
Finding a right consultant, negotiating and finally getting the consent from his employer and then submitting.....This is not an easy job and I hope most of the sourcers agree to it.

Can anyone advice me what to do?

Thanks for your time.


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Comment by Art Pitcher on August 19, 2008 at 1:12pm
Are your sure your client #1 - had the budget for your consultant - #2 - had a legitimate and approved req. and #3 - was the FINAL decision maker? Sounds like one of those ingredients might not have been qualified well IMHO.


-Art Pitcher
Comment by Claudia Faust on August 24, 2008 at 6:19pm
Hi Sirisha,
Would you like me to use your question as the focus of my Wednesday column here on RBC? I'd love to give you some greater visibility among the community members, as it is a great question!



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