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Categories: Sales Planning

How to Hold to Your Committed Forecast

One of the greatest aspects of my job is the ability to speak to sales leaders / CROs / VPs on a regular basis and learn what their sellers do well and where they need to improve. One common theme that often comes from these conversations is the need to improve forecasting accuracy and eliminate “slipped deals”. 

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Podcast: Sales Planning Tips for Reps and Managers

Like it or not, the end of a year is a good time to start thinking about your plan for the next year. Have you drained the pond this year? How are you stacked up for success next year? What's your plan to make the plan?

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Categories: Sales Planning

Improve Your Sales Planning Discipline: Remember the Rocks

  When our clients come to us to improve their sales planning processes, they often have a misdirected focus. As a result, they’re dealing with a waterfall of problems: Reps frequently missing quota goals Inaccurate revenue forecasting High percentage of deals closing late in the quarter Inadequate territory & account penetration

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Categories: Sales Planning  |  Sales Process

Your Most Critical Account - 4 Questions to Ask

Healthy sales pipelines and accurate forecasts are grounded in structured territory, account and opportunity planning processes. Think about your most critical account this year. Do you have an effective plan set up around that account? Are you coaching your sales rep to improve your organization’s position around these critical accounts? Positioning is made up of the knowledge you have surrounding your customers and the relationships you’ve built with them. These relationships are also affected by the critical landscapes (Economic, Political, and Competitive) surrounding your positioning.

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