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In this digital world, a far greater emphasis is being placed on data and analytics. All this data gives you an idea of how successful (or unsuccessful!) your company is, and gives an indication as to how you can improve. There are many ways to report sales, so it’s important to make sure you’re doing it right. Here are a few do’s and don’ts of sales reporting to help up your game.What Is Sales Reporting?
Managing your sales team effectively involves more than just assessing the total revenue brought in by each member of the team
No one likes change, but when it comes to technology, some people can be particularly resistant. So how can you win over a technophobe?
Here are the top 5 issues that influence the negative perception of technological change for salespeople and how to turn tech cynics into tech evangelists:
Forced technical upgrades
So much time and consideration goes into the costs, relevancy and implementation of a product without drawing on your most valuable resource – those that will have to use it every day
No one likes a meeting that rambles on, has no plan, no goals and no respect for other people’s time. Making every moment count in a meeting is more than just luck. Getting prepared and delivering a relevant agenda with timely feedback and action points is essential to improve your sales leads.
So let’s get organized! Here are 18 steps to keep you on track and make your meetings more efficient and more productive:Pre Meeting
Confirm the meeting details with your client. Namely the time, date and location.
Confirm the agenda