As the current COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the globe, it has become an overnight reality for many that they have been requested to work remotely in order to contain the transmission of Coronavirus. However, very few of these businesses have rigorously ‘stress tested’ their departments to ensure that everything runs as smoothly out of the office as it does within. It is unsurprising that many organisations do not feel prepared for partial or complete remote working. Here are our 3 top tips to help remote work run smoothly…
Many companies have implemented remote work polices due to the outbreak of COVID-19. With more companies testing these polices for the first time, this infographic breaks down some of the key benefits of remote working.
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Instant messaging (IM) is a growing corporate communications medium with 43%5 of employees using IM tools for business. The platform began as a quick and convenient way to converse with friends and family and has become a principle means of communication for millions of us. As a real-time mode of communication, from one digital device to another, IM is a routine method for many of us to have a conversation. Read More
With deadlines, targets and ever-growing to-do lists, you may feel like there isn’t enough time in the day! And you wouldn’t be alone, in one survey, 80 percent of working adults wished that they had more time to spend with their friends and family. Read More
To get the most out of your sales team and drive them towards achieving improved results you will need to measure their performance. Sales management dashboards have long been the go-to for monitoring high-level performance. They allow you to filter down data, highlighting only the key elements that provide valuable insight into a team’s success. Read More
How many hours a month are spent leaving voicemails? Shockingly a team of 50 reps leave on average 1,277 hours of voicemails per month1, approximately 26 hours each. That’s a lot of time being potentially wasted. Increasing productivity by leaving effective voicemails may sound simple, but it’s not always as easy as it seems.
In today’s competitive recruitment environment, staff are contemplating the ways in which they can improve their productivity. Their telephone system, along with a CRM, is arguably one of the most important tools in their arsenal. Using a unified Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) within a CRM that works flawlessly in the backend is key to ensuring an efficient workflow. Click-to-dial is a function that allows calls to be made via VoIP with one simple action and by utilising click-to-dial it essentially ensures that staff are connected with the right candidate.
The digital transformation has and continues to change the way in which we communicate with each other.
We use a wide range of channels to have our conversations, each with its pros and cons. I’m sure we’ve all interpreted a text message in a negative way when that certainly wasn’t the sender’s intention. Can we replace the phone call, where we are able to interpret inflection and intonation, with a quick IM?
It can be easy to lose track of what we’ve said to who, when and on what platform. Notifications are easily dismissed making it surprisingly simple to forget to reply to that IM from Aunt Doris (that’s still all in capitals, even after many hours of Facebook Messenger tutorials). Are we forcing other generations to communicate in ways they may not even understand, just so they can have some kind of interaction with us? Are we reaching people on the channels that they feel most comfortable conversing in?
Ask yourself: Would your sales team perform without any marketing collateral?
As consumers the way we intake information has changed. People now crave visual stimulants. Marketing collateral provides sales teams with the ammunition they need to support their sales pitch and visualize the benefits to the prospect. Whether it’s a short product video, PDF or printed brochure, everyone wants to see it.
It’s a given that a sales team plays a pivotal role in the growth of a company by building trust and fulfilling customer needs. Marketing’s role is to explain to your audience who you are and why they should be interested in what you offer. In today’s world, can one exist without the other?