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10+ years

Your goals for new customer acquisition in 2014 are set. You want to get off to a running start and achieve them. Your first stop should be to check out what's in your sales funnel.






Find the Facts in the Funnel

A sales funnel report should enable you to answer the following questions:

  • How many untapped leads are stalled in the funnel—not ready to buy or not yet qualified?
  • How many qualified customer acquisition opportunities are ready to emerge in the next month?
  • What's the potential value of these emerging opportunities?
  • What's our average conversion rate?
  • Are there any areas in the funnel where leads tend to get stuck and not convert to the next stage? For example, are lead conversion rates from leads to demonstrations meeting your objectives?
  • How long is your sales cycle?
  • Based on history, is your sales funnel growing or shrinking?

The answers to these questions give you a crystal ball for predicting sales, enable you to prioritize the sales opportunities to focus on, and provide clues for funnel optimization.

Published in CRM Systems

Every day, marketing people across the globe are working industriously to acquire leads. Perhaps they offer a white paper on their website which generates sales leads. The leads flow into your marketing pipeline, your marketing department scores them, and then directs those with the highest scores to your sales people, expecting them to transform into revenue.

Published in Lead Management