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How Do You Measure Up?
Take Part 1 of our Sales Productivity Strength Test
We understand Sales operations vary among companies. Nonetheless, whether your operation has one salesperson or a team, if you want productivity strength in your Sales operation, concern yourself with this list.
You have a time-driven, objective-based sales process
The right process creates ongoing sales opportunities
Your Salespeople meet quota
You can exceed quota by following three principles
Your turnover rate is low
Reduce turnover with four principles every employer should practice
Marketing efforts reliably create sales opportunities
Effective marketing reduces the need for sales prospecting
You receive referrals from clients
A referral is the quickest way to a sale. Use the technique that creates connections
You get meetings with the companies you want most as clients
Key client can jump sales. So, make sure your salespeople are intrigue masters
You rarely ever or never discount your price
Fix the pricing objections and increase your profit
Your customers are loyal and happy to give testimonials
Make testimonials your goal and you’ll gain loyal customers
Sales reports provide valuable insight
Reports should tell you how to improve sales. Otherwise, they're a little value. Make your data to work for you. Ask us how to get more from your reports.
Your salespeople think, not merely follow a routine
Thinking Sales people are invaluable. Skyrocket sales: promote mindfulness
You test strategies and measure results
Increasing sales is easy - with a more effective approach designed to engage and lead prospective clients through your sales process
You regularly look for ways to improve
Greater success requires you to evolve. Apply our five-step productivity model for ongoing sales growth.