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5 Things to Do with Your Leftover Sales Operations Budget

by on November 13, 2017 in CRM, CRM Integration, Sales Cloud, Salesforce1

With 2018 just around the corner, it’s an important time for sales operations teams to gear up for the next year. There are many options to use your leftover budget for 2017, use it to finish the year with a bang and ramp up the sales operations efforts for 2018.

5 Things to Do with your Leftover Sales Operations Budget

Optimize Process Using Integrations

To boost productivity of sales reps, integrate your CRM platform with different platforms like marketing automation, customer service and support. Choose from a range of custom integrations and optimize your sales systems and processes.

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Build Custom Reports to Drive Efficiency

Get custom reports for forecasting, planning, rep performance etc. and use them to drive your sales plan. Utilize your leftover budget for this year to build a reporting foundation that makes you more productive in the next.

Implement Configure Price Quote (CPQ)

According to the Aberdeen Group, the sales cycle can see a 28% reduction with CPQ. For B2B sales, due to complexities of products, pricing, and business rules, a CPQ software can work wonders to produce accurate quotes.

Meetings Room Management App for your Sales Team

Our Salesforce integrated calendar app, ZakCalendar Scheduler, allows sales teams to streamline meeting space booking, scheduling and tracking. Empower your field teams to drive and track ROI from meetings and events budget.

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