Measure sales force efficiency

To continually nurture your sales team and grow your revenue, tracking sales efforts, successes, and failures is essential. Tools can make a big difference.

Want Consistent Revenue Growth?

The current business landscape does not support a complacent attitude. If you want to succeed in business, it’s vital that you measure sales force efficiency. Without measurement you can’t ensure you continually evolve and improve. Measuring successes is important so that you can replicate them. But, measuring failures is important, too. Analyzing where things might have gone wrong can ensure that you develop processes and techniques to continually improve. Assessing various elements of your sales pipeline, your forecasting model, individual performance, team cohesion, and how your customers respond to various elements of your sales process can help you continually foster a growth-driven environment within your sales force as well as your entire organization.

What Should Sales Tools Help with?

Traditional customer contact tools ranged, in the past, from providing an electronic database of customers that stood alone to helping customers manage the sales forecast for their territory. Many of the early sales management tools did very little to measure sales force efficiency. But today, tools can help at all levels of a sales organization. Sales leadership can see things at a high level and sales team members can go from a main dashboard to a granular level where they can drill down to minute details that help them plan and execute strategies that will result in more revenue. The fact that all this information is trackable and can be integrated into other business productivity tools can mean that it’s extracted into highly usable data that helps with planning, process improvements, and team member mentoring, too.

Mobile Tools with Easy Learning Curves

A new sales tool doesn’t have to slow your business down to a crawl while everyone learns the new ropes. In fact, choosing a tool that will require this is highly discouraged in most cases. It’s not necessary to gain growth and success through first taking steps backwards. Sales tools can help you measure sales force efficiency without re-inventing the wheel before knowing what’s wrong with the wheel in the first place. The right tools could easily integrate into the way you currently work and enable you to methodically assess and refine processes in a way that helps your team members excel.

Base – Mobile, Intuitive, and Analytical

Base helps you measure sales force efficiency through features and benefits that help everyone in the company work toward common goals --- revenue. It’s a CRM that fits into your pocket, that’s scalable, that provides intuitive data about your deals, your customers, your teams, and your financial outlook. It’s quick and easy to implement and has had great feedback from large and small companies who want to grow their revenue and nurture their talented team members. Use Base today and see why it’s getting such positive feedback.

Josh Bean Published by Josh Bean Product Marketing Manager at Base

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