A sales funnel is a familiar buzzword used a lot during meetings, especially while planning, measuring or forecasting sales for a business.
Successful companies map the buyer journey through different stages of a funnel – from the point they attract visitors to their website to the moment they convert those visitors into customers, each stage is carefully planned to maximize conversions.
Leads don’t always convert. As a fact, not everyone who shows interest in a product or a service ends up becoming a customer.
Every sales team starts with a common goal – to convert more leads into customers. The difference between high performing teams and the ones that struggle to meet targets, ultimately, lies in the approach they take to get to that goal.
A critical part of every business’s growth story is generating leads and converting them into customers.
A day in the life of a sales rep is an apt example of a busy day filled with hard deadlines, countless tasks, long list of to-do’s, endless meetings, and everything else that comes standard as part of the package.
In this post, we’ll discuss in-depth about the different lead qualification frameworks, along with tips on how to choose the right one and use it to your advantage.
Lead qualification can be the backbone of having a systematic approach to sales – one that gives you more accurate insights about your customers and adds consistency to your sales approach.
It is projected that India will reach the 700 million mark for internet users, with around 150 million active internet shoppers by the end of 2020.
We are living in a time of massive innovation – remote work, decentralized currencies, on-demand services – the the time for large scale disruption of legacy practices, processes and systems is now.
It is estimated that in 2024, India’s e-commerce market size will reach a whopping $100 billion USD, expanding at about 27% every year.
SquadIQ is a solution by SquadStack, focused on solving big-ticket consumer sales challenges in India for industries like financial services, education, e-commerce, and insurance.
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