– Latest Inside Sales Research Shows it’s All About the Leads


Well, the election is over. Just as President Obama is continuing the task of fixing problems within the country, sales professionals are trying to rectify the issues sales reps are commonly experiencing.

In Ken Krogue’s latest article, Ken discusses best practices to fix the most common problems sales reps are facing today. After the XANT research division surveyed over 200,000 companies with inside sale departments, the top seven problems of inside sales managers were revealed.

The Top 7 Problems Inside Sales Professionals Face:
• Finding quality leads
• Hiring the right people
Properly training reps
• Reporting information correctly
• Compensating sales reps
• Dealing with employee turnover
Utilizing the right technologies

In this new article, Ken addresses several of these issues (with a part two coming soon to address the rest). Read the article:

Latest Inside Sales Research Shows it’s All About the Leads

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