Sales managers don't have easy jobs. They need to keep their team motivated and performing throughout the year. One of the biggest tools they have at their disposal is their sales process.
One of the most important parts of your HubSpot lead management framework is your ability to see where each lead is in the sales process. This is key for both accurate reporting and actionable segmentation.
More specifically, if you're sending a marketing email out and you don't want people who are already engaged in the sales process to get that email, you need to know which of your leads are already engaged with a salesperson.
Setting companies up to grow by getting more people to buy their products and services is one of the most rewarding aspects of our work at Pipeline Ops. However, when that product or service provides life-changing benefits to people across the world, it takes job satisfaction to an entirely different level.
Your lead management process must include the following 5 elements:
HubSpot and Salesforce are both great CRM platforms.
However, they are very different software products.
This week, I was asked to advise a large enterprise company on the best CRM and customer experience platform for their current and long-term strategies across multiple divisions.
There were over a dozen people on the phone - from IT to sales.
Is your sales team is struggling to get leads on the phone?
This might be one of those situations where technology and easy access to digital data are getting in the way of good old fashioned common sense.
Are you ready to jump head first into the HubSpot CRM or another new CRM?
Maybe you already took the plunge and it is not living up to your expectations.