If you're not sure where to start with your team, here are a few key selling activities that you need to track on your dashboard this week.
If you're feeling stale about your internal comms strategy, here are few simple ways you can start shaking things up immediately. Give a few of these a shot this week, and see how it starts to change the conversation.
With all the different incoming emails, your teams are getting bogged down by countless messages, from "very important" to "definitely junk." So, how do you sift through the noise?
We’ve mapped out a helpful guide for what great looks like, and we hope it helps you to make some smart decisions this week about the right trends to measure for your business.
If you're wary of introducing another toy that you're afraid won't make an impact in the way you want, here are a handful of reasons you may want to try bringing digital signage into your office before you knock it.
Pivoting your business strategy too frequently will not yield positive or negative results because you will never see a tactic fully played out. That’s why it’s crucial to use data to develop long-term strategy—and to stick with it.
By using digital signage, you are keeping your sales representatives up-to-date with corporate messaging, leaderboards, instant recognition, and more.
Sales will always be the lifeline of any business, regardless of the evolution of sales technology. Closely tracking team metrics helps to reveal ways in which your department may continuously improve. Through digital signage that tracks KPIs, sales managers and front-line staff can quickly understand and act upon important data for lead generation, pitching and conversion ratios.