As we perform our regular duties of consulting and training companies, we often receive word of great information that we wish to share with our readers. Via Salesforce Canada, here’s an infographic that may help you understand how better customer service can impact your marketing efforts.
Many companies use Call Tracking and Recording services to measure advertising response, capture caller information and monitor sales performance. While tracking technology provides useful business intelligence, call tracking data is rarely analyzed and severely underutilized in most enterprises. Companies simply do not receive return on their tracking investment because they do not consistently review their call reports and recordings or fully leverage that information. If carefully interpreted, this intelligence (which they are paying to collect) will reveal strategies for adjusting sales and marketing processes to attract more customers, set more appointments and sell more products.
Research suggests that there are numerous combinations of communication and behavior styles represented in the world’s population. As a result, most of us believe that the same values that motivate us are effective with others. However, what may be rewarding for one person may have little relevance to their coworkers. For a successful team approach, it is essential that all team members understand each other’s psychological needs.
Some people believe individual accomplishments are the pinnacle of human achievement. However, few actually accomplish anything alone – everything we do well depends upon cooperation and collaboration with others. Problems in fostering a team approach can arise due to individual concerns, differing styles, work habits and personal needs.
Dealers simply do not receive return on their investment in such data because they fail to consistently review call reports and recordings, nor do they fully leverage the information they’re paying to collect. If carefully interpreted, this intelligence will reveal ways for dealers to adjust their sales and marketing processes in order to attract more customers, set more appointments, and sell more vehicles.
Remember the old-fashioned BDC (Business Development Centers) or phone rooms . . . rather, Business Detention Centers, or so dubbed by the sales consultants “sentenced” to that room?