Here are four things you need to do in order to fully realize the benefits that an outstanding CRM system can provide for your entire organization.
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Every operation, every process, every policy, every program, every principle a sales organization implements needs to be measured against this one master metric: Is this helping us drive revenue, and if so, how much and how fast?
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When you integrate even non-sales facing functions into the CRM, adoption goes up, there is more focus on accomplishing high value tasks, and higher revenue will be the inevitable result.
CRM systems are too often conceived and implemented with little or no consideration given to how sales reps will use them, much less how they could be configured to deliver the kind of value that would encourage reps to use them. Here are four reasons sales reps are often slow to adopt – or even push back against adopting – CRM systems.
If you are looking for ways to work smarter, one of the smartest things you can do is to start using your CRM as a sales revenue tool instead of a sales accounting tool.