Sales, Field Marketing and Customer service teams are increasingly operating away from the office and in more complex omnichannel and data rich environments. Information is being transferred back and forth to the office or to “the cloud”.
Numerous CRM software packages are available on the market. The higher end open source CRM packages normally have lead generation and lead nurturing functions.
Transaction Focus can provide impartial advice to help you select a bespoke lead generation and sales optimisation and sales force automation software formula for your sales, marketing and customer service teams, so that your entire multi-functional team benefit from the improved real time lead, prospect and customer account visibility.
Few organisations have 20 years of practical, hands on experience of managing remote teams internationally and experimenting with sales force automation, as Transaction Focus have.
Customer information can easily be shared by all the team including Finance and Senior management. Sales and marketing initiatives are coordinated more closely and time efficiencies are significant. Customer response times are greatly reduced.
Transaction Audits are necessary for senior management to observe sales activity and for Financial Directors, controllers and managers to have access to real time analytics and revenue acquisition visibility. It seems obvious that Sales and Marketing KPIs should interlink with Financial KPIs, but not all organisations are structured to operate in this way.
Our sales-remote.com service demonstrates how Sales Force Automation technology can be implemented cost effectively and efficiently to generate greater ROI.
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Enable your Field sales team to provide instant feedback with mobile QR code scans and short link connections.
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