Here are four key benefits of being an independent sales agent: Flexibility, Select Industry or Market, Limitless Income Opportunity, Control and the bonus of significant company support.
Filed under sales rep, sales opportunity, crm, website sales, cool life crm, income, commission
Cool Life CRM is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Honorable Battles Company, LLC to provide corporate sales teams, C-suite insurance executives, and local insurance agencies consumer market insights to enter new markets, expand product offerings, and write ground-breaking new policies that are in tune with the rapid changing economic landscape.
Filed under life, P&E, crm, Honorable Battles, pipeline, projections, sales
Cool Life CRM, a leading provider of Software as Service (SaaS) business CRM solution, announced today that they are effectively the only know CRM providing client companies with a CRM useable in native form on any device, browser or location.
Filed under crm, database, responsive, sales channel, investment bankers, hiring opportunity
Research shows that only two per cent of sales occur at the first meeting; the other 98 per cent will only happen once a certain level of trust has been established.
Filed under sales leads, blog, blogging, e-newsletters, case studies, whitepapers, valuable content
Research suggests only one in 50 deals are struck at a first meeting, yet many sales people give up after just one or two knock-backs. Perseverance will give you a major edge on competitors...
Filed under Sales technique, deal, negotiation, successful selling, customer relationships
The CRM landscape is turning increasingly challenging for local, hosted, and independently operated CRM providers. The inability to meet the client’s technology needs, lack of flexibility, and the presence of large CRM providers has shaped the extremely competitive climate of this sector.
Filed under CIOReview, crm, cool life systems, salesforce, anylitics, database, cool life crm, financial services crm, mobile crm, websites
Managing sales? What is that? A frightening number of CEOs are so accustomed to handling sales on their own that even when they do get around to hiring a sale team, they neglect to put in place a process for building and tracking a sales pipeline.
Filed under building, managing, sales, sales pipeline, organization, business, sales team, tracking, products
A thoroughly planned sales process is an asset that every small business needs to survive. Without a defined set of steps for bringing initial contacts to the level of satisfied clients, there is a high likelihood of business failure due to disorganized sales resulting in lost revenue. Companies that have established these steps, however, still rely on a slightly modified version of their sales process in order to be successful and efficient— the sales pipeline.
Filed under sales pipeline, sales forecasting, sales process, sales cycle, contacts, leads, prospects, clients
Despite the association of business reports with large corporations, companies of every size can benefit from the use of reporting, even small enterprises. The key to success lies in effectively creating business reports and interpreting their data to produce actionable information.
Filed under business reports, data, actionable information, sales forecasting, cool life crm, bnr, leconnex, clssuite