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It’s Time for Sales Teams to #GetThingsDone

Posted by Lee Ho on Wed, Sep 25, 2013

If you go on Twitter right now and search the hashtag #GetThingsDone, you’ll see a slew ofTwitter users talking about how they love getting things done more quickly. From ditching the snooze button to working on weekends to avoid drowning in a sea of work Monday morning to creating more thorough “to-do” lists, it seems individuals everywhere understand that getting things done faster adds more value.

These tweets reflect the personal standards and expectations of consumers. And with your sales team selling to people embracing this behavior, this needs to remain top of mind. After all, if your consumers are constantly working to accelerate their schedules and get more done in less than time, then they are going to expect the same from your company.

As a sales manager, you’re trying to get your team from point A to point B as rapidly as humanly possible. But, between prospecting, problem-solving and administrative tasks, time that should be spent actively selling begins to dwindle. The tides need to turn. So, how can you #GetThingsDone faster?
 

Collaborate With Your Marketing Team

The toughest part of sales for many is not reaching a prospect, but getting in touch with the decision maker—or the person who can affect change—of the company. This is where

 establishing better alignment between your sales and marketing team can lead to time management magic.

Aligning your sales team with the marketing department can lead to an average of 20 percent more in annual revenue growth, according to according to HubSpot. Even more, 25 percent of marketers who adopt mature lead management processes report that sales teams contact prospects within one day; meanwhile, only 10 percent of marketers report the same follow-up time without mature lead management processes.
 

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Topics: Chrome, unified communications, Salesforce

The Potential of WebRTC to Improve Enterprise Collaboration Across All Devices

Posted by Mohammad Nezarati on Fri, May 17, 2013

WebRTC—Watch This Space…

Everybody is talking about the exciting possibilities of WebRTC these days. And I completely agree with them—WebRTC has huge potential to change how the enterprise communicates and collaborates.  

WebRTC is an emerging standard that gives developers the ability to create applications using Javascript APIs. (For a full description, visit WebRTC.org)  It enables developers to build communication into any web app or interface. With WebRTC, you don’t need to have telephony expertise to enable voice, since video calling and other communications occur directly through the browser. For IT administrators and enterprise users that also means no need to worry about downloading special voice/video software and plug-ins or dealing with interoperability issues.

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Topics: Chrome, Esna Technologies, Esna iLink

Esna Enables Chrome

Posted by Davide Petramala on Tue, Jan 08, 2013

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Topics: Chrome, Esna Technologies, Esna iLink

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