Sales Brief: Endless potential

Sales Brief: Endless potential

CRMs have notoriously low adoption rates, and not without reason: Excessive complexity, too much manual data entry, poor lead management, and pipeline processes that don’t match the actual workflow of the sales team.

No wonder so many reps feel about their CRM the way most of us about filing taxes.

On the other hand: set your CRM up the right way, and it’ll unlock tremendous value and help your reps close more deals. Check out our 5 tips for an effective CRM implementation.

Go get’em!
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