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What’s the purpose of a sales activity report anyway?
Do you want to make sure you end the year on a positive sales note? Are you ready to get a head start on next year?
The right sales training for your employees is integral to the success of your business. Before you invest, make sure you have all of the information you need to make a smart decision.
As a sales trainer I believe that every salesperson, including myself, benefits from sales training. I believe most salespeople generally know training is helpful, but, like exercise, not at this moment.
Most salespeople use a CRM, but many use it reluctantly. The best salespeople, who invariably are also the most organized people, love their CRM. Why? Because they appreciate it for its two functions.
It’s amazing that despite how many CRMs exist, we still don’t really take full advantage of them. Some of us don’t use them at all, or simply pile in “data” after the fact. Some of us use them what seems like constantly, but it all simply turns into a big black hole of a database that no one’s really looking at or analyzing properly. As a sales manager, conducting a sales meeting with your sellers should be about the actual numbers. The bottom line is something you’re probably intensely aware of, but what else should you be keeping track of?