As a sales professional, you are always on the lookout for new tips to improve your sales efficiencies, right?
Well, it is all about how you can leverage more out of your Salesforce platform to get more success as a sales professional.
You would also already be involved in targeting potential leads with your product marketing and promotion strategies. However, you will be amazed to learn that a few tweaks to the process by which you are handling Salesforce could result in far better results for your business.
There is no “best” Salesforce tip for increasing sales that works for all.
You need to constantly keep experimenting by implementing a number of Salesforce hacks and then track the results.
I’m just going to be blunt. You won’t succeed as an entrepreneur if you don’t know how to sell. Being able to be persuasive is absolutely essential to your success. If you can’t do this, you will be mediocre at best. I’m sorry, but it’s true.
Okay, now that I’ve got that out of the way, here comes the good news: you CAN learn how to be persuasive. It’s not as hard as you think! Yes, it will take time and practice, but if you are serious about it, you can become a great influencer.
So why do you need to learn how to sell? Great question! That’s exactly what this post is about. (Guest post)
Originally posted by IT specialist. Thank you Josh for a great interview 🙂
As any enterprise IT specialist knows, company employees are increasingly going mobile. Traveling employees such as sales executives are just as likely to be using an iPad or iPhone as their main device as opposed to a PC. This mobility is generally a plus for an enterprise’s efficiency productivity, but it also means that the company’s employees expect the key apps that they use to be just as accessible on their mobile devices as on their traditional PCs. If this is not the case, employees’ are likely to become frustrated, and their productivity will suffer.
One area that has traditionally not been well optimized for mobile is the CRM system. Most CRM systems are designed for desktops at larger enterprises, as opposed to on-the-go employees, especially at smaller businesses. One startup that built a new CRM from the ground up that is specifically optimized for mobile is ONDiGO. Joining us today is Yoni Dariel, the co-founder and CEO of ONDiGO. Continue reading Startup ONDiGO Builds World’s First Mobile CRM
Wouldn’t it be great if those working in customer-service environments could look into a crystal ball and predict how customer expectations and behaviors were changing so that agent training and software development could co-evolve? While it is difficult to pinpoint exactly where changes will occur, there are a number of research papers that try to predict the changes that can be expected with regards to Customer Relations Management (CRM). (Source: Business2Community) Continue reading Latest Trends In Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Programs
ONDiGO is a revolutionary Mobile CRM for startups and small businesses, with special focus on “on-the-go” professionals. It captures all business interactions – email, calendar, phone calls, text messages, etc and automatically builds a customer database from those interactions. Yoni Dariel, Co-founder and CEO of ONDiGO, shares more details about ONDiGO in the interview below:
With the age of computerised communication having taken the lead almost entirely, the power of face-to-face meetings has become heavily underestimated. Yet nothing can replace personal conversations, where the presence of an electronic middleman is eliminated. After all, sometimes it is the only way to convince your client about being a reliable business partner. Therefore, if your client continues to unceasingly reject your request to meet you in person, consider using a few of these tricks to successfully change their mind.
Guess what? Ernst & Young hosted a competition for high tech startups to pitch their business.
Out of 200 high tech startups, 20 were selected to compete in the Ernst & Young Journey 2014 Pitch competition. Only 7 were chosen to move on to the finals.
ONDiGO is a finalist!!! We are really excited about this opportunity!
Yoni – ONDiGO’s awesome CEO – will be presenting ONDiGO at the finals on October 30th as part of the Ernst & Young – “Globes” Journey Convention!
There are 7 high tech start ups in this final round and the winning company will go on to a road show in Silicon Valley, get special meetings with investors and managers, and will get to participate in IBM’s global SmartCamp competition!
The Pitch is sponsored by Ernst & Young, IBM, and Canaan Partners. The judges include angel investor Tal Barnoach, Wix.com Ltd. Co-founder and CEO Avishay Abrahami, ironSource founder and CEO Tomer Bar-Zeev, and the audience itself using a special app.
This is an amazing opportunity and we have our users to thank for constantly helping us improve ONDiGO to be the best mobile CRM on the market! Thanks guys!