New Release of Simple Sales Tracking Now Available. Highlights of what’s included: Added new bulk actions (set follow-up date, add note, update custom field) New report to export email addresses as well as updates to some existing reports Improved
A new version of Simple Sales Tracking has been released and there are a number of important improvements that we wanted to share with you. Highlights of what’s in the release: New filtering concept for some key fields Improved page
To crush your sales goals month after month, hiring the best sales representatives alone — whether remote or in-house — won't cut it. It's important to invest in proper and permanent employee training to equip your employees with the skills, knowledge and
What do you do when a client asks you questions like "What's your price?" or "Can you give me a discount for this product or service?" If you're like many other salespeople, you may not know how to answer.
The first in a series of new reports and charts we're developing is now ready for your review. The first of those is a new manager-only report named Team Member Activity. The goal of this report is to give you
We had some great feedback on the new reports for the Report Center as well as suggestions for new ones. If you missed our last email, please consider sending us your feedback - it's not too late yet. Along
We've got a couple of new developers on board working out the final parts of a new API and Outlook plugin (we've had some delays - but it's finally coming together now). Once they're finished, we're going to be
“To train or not to train?” – that is the question Many businesses spend thousands of dollars on marketing and advertising to generate inquiries and yet spend nothing on training their salespeople to convert these same inquiries into sales.
Earlier today we published the latest release of Simple Sales Tracking. Included in the release are a number of small changes and minor bug fixes. The most important change has to do with how Lead Sources are managed. In
In Herman Melville’s eponymous 1851 novel “Moby Dick” the crew of the Pequod seek out the mysterious and legendary white whale Moby Dick. I was thinking about the novel and how it relates to business and it got me