2015 means a new quota and new goals for salespeople, but it can often be hard to know where to begin. Keep reading to learn what salespeople should do during the first 30 days of 2015, best practices they should adopt, and the best advice from top salespeople.
We’ve already given you a roundup of must-have apps for sales professionals. This time, we’re going to present a specific list of iPad applications for Sales Reps & Salespeople.
The iPad has come a long way since the time it was released in the market. The device is no longer just for checking mail, watching videos, surfing the internet, and playing some engrossing game, tablets now are considered as one of the gadgets for work productivity. As a matter of fact, U.S. businesses have already adapted tablets for the reason that they help employees get more done. Based on a study by Harris Poll, tablets have increased productivity according to 81 percent of ITDMs, with a majority estimating a productivity increase of 20 percent or more due to tablet adoption.
This goes the same with most sales professionals who find the iPad very efficient when it comes to work. Yet, it could be much useful if it will be installed with apps designed to help you and your sales team perform better and reach your target- from document processors, payment processors to CRMs and among others.
Below are a handful of sales apps to consider to help you increase your sales:
Q4 is always a stressful time for sales reps. Everyone is trying to hit their quota or exceed quota to get those accelerator bonuses. Learn what the best sales reps are doing at this time and how you can get a head start on next year.
Mark Roberge, Chief Revenue Officer of HubSpot, describes his personal strategy for learning, managing time, and the habits of ultra successful salespeople.