Who Are Your Methods Helping?
There are a lot of sales tools out there. Some help sales management but are cumbersome to the sales teams. Some sales tools help salespeople but aren’t that great at helping sales leadership with measurement and sales rep development. It’s not just important to make sure that you invest in sales productivity tools that help your sales force and your customers because these tools actually get used, it’s also important to invest in tools that help you track sales force performance for ongoing revenue growth and success, too. Good sales tools can help your teams, can help you lead, and can ensure that your sales force operates with a commitment to continuous improvement. If the tools you use help you analyze and understand the process as well as individual and team performance as well as other indicators you’ll be sure that you’re using a tool that can help you succeed at all of your goals.
Leveraging Sales Tools to Assess Performance
Sales tools can look at various things, including: customers, win rates, loss rates, the common stages where deals are most often lost for one reason or another, and common denominators for success, such as methods, timeframe, actions taken, people involved. For sales leaders to track sales force performance the right data must be accessible and usable. Sales tools can help you extract data that enables you to provide the right sort of feedback to team members. The right data-backed feedback could inspire great results.
Salespeople Need Mobile-Friendly Tools
In order for a sales team to benefit from a forecasting and CRM tool that helps track sales force performance, it needs to fit the way they work. Today’s sales force isn’t static, in a cubicle; a salesperson today is on the go all the time. Having to stop and synchronize with the office slows the salesperson down and causes problems in the operations process, too. Intuitive mobile-friendly sales tools like Base make a huge difference to productivity and customer success as well as management’s ability to effectively manage. When researching your options, look for sales tools that work the way your team does and look for tools with little to no learning curve. You shouldn’t have to close down your sales floor for a week to teach them how to use your new sales tool. Your tools should benefit your sales people and your customers alike, not be a bottleneck and source of frustration.
Base – Mobile, Intuitive, and Analytical
Base helps you track sales force performance 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.