Today, there’s a tool for everything. Technology is helping us find deals faster, and expediting necessary steps of the sales process so they close quicker. Most of them integrate into your CRM where you can access the information. Even still, you may need to be a Salesforce guru in order to piece it all together and there is no way everyone feels 100% confident that all the technology ties together seamlessly.
Sales reps and sales executives both found TopOPPS’ opportunity specific updates very intuitive. Sales managers and sales executives thought the reporting within TopOPPS quickly and easily provides them with significant pipeline visibility. … Continue reading
Internally, you are familiar with the Expected Close Date (sometimes simply referred to as Close Date) that sales reps keep updated. Sometimes a sales team can have difficulty keeping these dates accurate; perhaps simply because of the volume of deals occurring, or because predicting the future is hard! … Continue reading
TopOPPS’ forecasting methodology has a singular, core belief: People are different, and there is no one-size fits all. We can stop flying blind through the quarter if our forecasts worked for each rep. … Continue reading
When I train sales manager to use TopOPPS, many want to focus on how to use TopOPPS for their one-on-one meeting with their sales reps. It’s my experience that sales managers fall into two general camps when it comes to prepping for their one-on-ones: managers will spend time in their CRM gathering data or managers will not prep for their meetings and “wing it”. … Continue reading
A modern approach to consistency in the sales process.
A sure-fire method to extend the sales cycle, add confusion to the forecast, and lose more deals is to have an inconsistent sales process. … Continue reading
Want to get to the next step? Of course, you do. You know that if there is no next step there is no opportunity. … Continue reading
You asked for 15 minutes on your prospect’s calendar thousands of times through emails. You cold called into hundreds of accounts asking for 15 minutes as well. … Continue reading