Workforce mobilization has become a key competitive requirement for most organizations. However, enabling mobility is more than just providing laptops and mobile phones to users and sending them out into the field. It's about selecting the appropriate technologies and developing the right user experience.
Your highest priority is to grow your business, and your business tools should help you achieve that goal. Sage SalesLogix provides a complete view of customer interactions across sales, marketing, customer service, and support so your teams can collaborate and respond promptly and knowledgeably to customer inquiries and opportunities.
As part of the IBM® SMART Program, Andrews Distributing worked with Southern Methodist University to develop a predictive analytics solution that mines data on 1,000 SKUs sold at 10,000 retailers, and reveals new insights about beer category sales in different retail environments.
In this Deep Dive we will explore what sales leaders should actually be demanding from marketing automation tools. In fact, survey data paints a very compelling picture about how sales should be evaluating the impact of marketing automation on sales performance. We'll explore why sales might be resistant in the first place, and how Top Performing organizations overcome these challenges to help support the collaborative pursuit of top line revenue growth between marketing and sales.
The Oracle Value Chain Planning solution provide organizations with the insight and tools needed to move beyond Sales and Operations Planning, to Integrated Business Planning (IBP), aligning global operations, and achieving profitable revenue growth through a range of best-in-class processes.
Learn from five inspiring entrepreneurs as they share their experiences growing their companies. From selling coffee to coding to world travel, they blazed different paths. Now they offer real-world, everyday advice that can make a difference.
How often does your sales team complain about the leads? Many times the lead is not the problem, rather, it's the story sales is telling, that limits sales growth. Are you speaking your customers' language?
No Deals to 10 Deals a week: By speaking the customer's language, your sales team talks to more people and wins more business.
Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: May 15, 2017
Without a doubt, your company’s most important asset is its workforce. After all, these are the people responsible for designing, building, marketing, selling, and supporting whatever your company’s products or services might be. Any objective you have as an organization hinges on the effort of your employees—so when you set your sights on increasing sales and revenue, you also need to consider whether you’re adequately staffed to drive and sustain the growth you want.
If you’ve started to think your lumber and building materials (LBM) business could be getting more from your software, then it might be time for a change. It is no longer sufficient to own a solution that is “good enough.” The most successful LBM companies know that growth comes from integrated online trading, access to business intelligence tools, and using technology to be more efficient.
It can be daunting to make the switch to a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, and with so many options, it’s hard to know when if you’re choosing the right one. Epicor has provided LBM businesses with the tools needed to make the most informed software choice. The lumber and building materials solutions evaluation kit consists of three white papers that tell you:
• How to know when you’ve outgrown your current software solution
• How to choose between generic and industry-specific ERP systems
• How to outperform in an era of LBM sales growth
You’re ready for growth. Learn how Epicor ca
For years, organizations have recognized that a better understanding of customers can translate to more sales, increased customer satisfaction and reduced customer churn. Initiatives focused on a 360-degree view of the customer have gone a long way toward providing those benefits by synthesizing customer profiles, sales history and other structured data from multiple sources across the enterprise.
But today, customer-centric organizations are discovering that there is more opportunity for growth when they enhance that 360-degree view with information from more sources, both within and beyond the enterprise (see Figure 1). Information in email messages, unstructured documents and social media sentiments—previously beyond reach—is now extending the 360-degree view.
Published By: Magento
Published Date: Feb 15, 2018
Discover 3 tips for transforming your digital experience. Customer expectations are changing the face of B2B commerce. How are you meeting your customers' demands? Discover three tips for transforming your B2B commerce experience.
Highlights from this whitepaper, include:
An omnichannel strategy for B2B commerce
Modifying sales models to meet demands
Integrating content for growth
Download this whitepaper to learn more!
WD Music is a one-of-a-kind company, but their path to growth was blocked by a problem faced by thousands of small and
mid-sized businesses: their precious capital was tied up in a long cash-conversion cycle. WD Music had to pay suppliers in-full
for guitar parts, then wait weeks or months to recoup the cash from customer sales. This left them without the working capital
to buy more inventory, fulfill more orders and create a healthier, more profitable business. One day, Larry Davis, Vice President
of WD Music, was speaking with Greg Kleehammer, from UPS Capital®. Kleehammer asked a simple question: “What if you could
take one of your company’s biggest assets — your in-transit inventory — and turn it into working capital?” That’s how WD Music
discovered an alternative-financing solution that opened the door to more growth, more prosperity and a lot less stress.
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