If you are a sales business executive responsible for managing the revenue and costs in your company, you are always looking for an edge. In the competitive landscape of today’s business, disruptive changes are occurring in nearly every industry. How do you gain and keep an edge on your competition?
We have seen companies that have convoluted internal deal management, and an inability to accurately and consistently discover and track the metrics that matter to successful sales organizations. Does any of this sound familiar?
Our expert team of consultants at Sales Conservatory have decades of experience in sales and sales enablement, as well as the analytical and research horsepower to diagnose and address your most pressing initiatives.
We provide a customized approach to your specific needs based on your company size, industry, and organizational strategy. Here are a few of the ways we serve you:
- Fractional Sales Enablement Leadership
- Sales Operations audit to expose inefficiencies and blind spots
- Custom sales modeling with YOUR new and ongoing initiatives in mind
- Custom competency models for your sales force
All of our work is research-based and proven. We pursue analytics with rigor, so you won’t have to guess about ROI; we’ll prove it to you.
1. Meet Lana. Lana has been a successful sales professional for over 20 years. This is her first CSO job, reporting directly to the CEO of a $2B company. She has 3-5 years to turn around the sales department. She needs a comprehensive plan that includes a strategic view, as well as associated operational and tactical plans.
2. The first step she takes in her new role is to call the Sales Conservatory. She has been a Sales Conservatory student for two years, and she knows what they do helps reps as well as sales leadership. She prepares her team for the meeting.
3. The Sales Conservatory already has a strategy and custom dashboard, so Lana and her direct reports review it in real time. She is pleased with the quality and the expediency of delivery from the Sales Conservatory.
4. Everything is in place and moving forward. Lana is ready to schedule her first QBR. She and the executive team are excited about what she has in store.
5. Lana is pleased with the direction that she and the Sales Conservatory are taking in the next year to take her and her staff to the next level and beyond.