Calculate sales force performance

Revenue isn’t the only indicator of sales force productivity. Analyzing your pipeline and measuring sales force effectiveness based on numerous metrics can help you nurture customer relationships and increase market share and profit.

When Did You Last Calculate Sales Force Performance for Your Organization?

One of the best ways to increase sales is to entice sales reps to work harder. If the majority of your team is already working really hard, a good next step to extract more success is to help them work smarter. Good tools can help you calculate sales force performance so that you can identify areas for improvement on a per person basis. Regardless of how successful your top sales reps are, there’s always room for improvement, whether it’s in the process, the approach, the systems that are in place, or the attitude of continually breaking records and stretching to achieve more.

Analysis, Prioritization, and Continuous Improvement

When you calculate sales force performance you have an opportunity to measure all facets of the sales process in your organization. Having a full and complete understanding of what steps are needed to take a lead from quote to completion is important. The right tool can help you learn more about the various elements in your company’s process that could help or hamper a sale and your sales tool could provide feedback that could help make good potential strategies with specific team members and specific customers evident.

Boost Success Rate through Mobile and Intuitive Tools

Tools that help you calculate sales force performance can also help your sales people be more efficient while on the road, too. A busy salesperson who has to be in the office to get administrative tasks done is losing productivity as that time could better be spent selling. Intuitive tools that help a salesperson access and update information while on the road isn’t just a timesaver, it’s a money saver, too. When choosing tools to help you help your salespeople, look at how easy the tools are to integrate into your infrastructure. Look at how steep of a learning curve there will be. Consider what your reps want and what you, as a leader, wants, before signing some long term contract for an expensive electronic contact manager.

Why Base?

Base is a CRM that you can use and sync wirelessly, enabling you to collaborate and helping you to calculate sales force performance through leveraging data. Data from won deals, lost deals, customer contact, and other pieces of information commonly tracked in the sales pipeline help the Base CRM solution give you information about contact with customers that you can use to your advantage in measuring processes, individual performance, and in helping you do so in a way that’s productive. Start using Base now and see how it can help you transform your sales processes and leverage the true talent and potential of your salespeople.

Josh Bean Published by Josh Bean Product Marketing Manager at Base

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