sales-i spots gaps in spend trends, leaking accounts and eroding profit margins in an instant, so you can work fast to recover any slipping customers before it gets too late.
Monitor all competitor the activity of your Jan San supplies competitors, make key moves way in advance and encourage your customers to keep coming back for more.
Bring clarity to your business with clear-cut information to make smarter business decisions in a flash. Decisions that will keep your business ahead of the competition.
Let sales-i’s Jan San software be your sidekick in the industry and you will be outsmarting the competition in seconds.
Transforming meaningless business data into something that is easy to interpet, use and action, sales-i will help you to close more deals and sell more intelligently.
And with proactive competitor mapping, you can spot where competitors are moving in on your patch and act fast before it gets too late.
All you need is insight. If you’ve got heaps of data in your back office system, make sure you are using it correctly.
With intuitive dashboards, interactive graphs and smart tables, our Jan San software will help you manage your customers and product portfolio online in a few clicks.
Drilling down to a granular level of detail is a breeze for sales-i and you’ll no longer be rifling through pages of invoices and order forms to find out which product Jo Bloggs Inc. bought from you last September.
With vast Jan San product ranges, comes information overload. And a lot of it.
sales-i’s advanced sales reporting flags exactly where you may be losing valuable sales, margin and profits. You can even create bespoke alerts for your team to work from.
Want to know which of your products generate you the best margin, and which customers should be buying that product? A few simple clicks in sales-i and this information is all yours.
Data drives any good marketing team to be their best and understanding your target market is pivotal to success.
With sales-i, marketing can create fast lists of every one of your customers’ buying trends. Who is buying mops but not buckets? Hello, easy sale! Which customers have bought hand soap from you every month for the last 6 months but are yet to buy this month?
We could go on and on but we’d be here a while. You get the gist.
“The results were astounding. I personally got 10 orders from calls in one day from customers who had not ordered in months.”
“sales-i Campaign Manager saves us hours when keeping in contact with customers. We use it to create intelligent, targeted call lists for our sales guys, enabling them to be proactive and more efficient. So often sales guys are busy, but not always on what is making them effective.”
“The training has helped me identify lost sales, potential new lines for customers and non ordering customers. I now know how to see a quick snapshot of our customers’ performance year on year.”
“Research shows that an average salesperson costs companies $450 per day to employ. For a few dollars more (as sales-i costs just a few dollars per user per day) sales-i provides a profitable focus for sales activities so that sales time is not wasted.”
“We’ve closed off the financial year 58% up on the previous year and attribute this directly to sales-i and their sales performance software.”
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