7 habits of successful salespeople that are being ignored by the average sales rep

7 habits of successful salespeople that are being ignored by the average sales rep

03.08.2017 11:36 am

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80% of reps think they are good at qualifying opportunities, but 51% of forecasted deals do not close

The most pressing challenges amongst leaders were lead quality & quantity (46%), rules and procedures (11.5%), and training and development (8%)

53% of top-performing companies are investing in CRM to drive sales productivity

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