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How Power Dialler Boosts Calling Activities

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. 

So how can you get more done, in less time?  

Efficiency is key. Thankfully, the current technological landscape has a plethora of handy tools, applications and solutions to automate manual processes and remove redundant tasks. With more businesses seeing the value in time saving software, it’s becoming essential to use the right tools in order to stay ahead of the competition. Even more so in high pressure industries such as sales or recruitment. 

One such solution is CloudCall’s Power Dialler feature, which automatically calls through a list of contacts and ensures you spend your time more productively.  You can build a list directly in your CRM or upload a list into the dialler. Then sit back and allow the power dialler to do all the hard work. The power dialler will automatically call through the whole list, one by one, with a set amount of time in between each call to leave notes.  

There are many ways you can use this to save time. A recruitment resourcer could upload a list of candidates they feel are suitable for a role or you may already have a list of prospects for a regular ring round. Combined with the voicemail drop feature, which allows you to leave a pre-recorded voicemail message, you can get through your call list in no time!  

Recently, Officeworks used the power dialler feature to enhance their power hour, offering a voucher to the first recruiter to reach 50 calls.  

CloudCall is packed full of features that have been specifically designed to increase productivity including click to dial, power dialler, voicemail drop and CRM integration. Find out more in this quick video:

 

Book a call with a member of the CloudCall team to learn more.  

Sources: 

https://www.paceproductivity.com/single-post/2017/02/09/How-Sales-Reps-Spend-Their-Time 

http://www.salesforlife.com/blog/how-900-companies-build-and-execute-successful-sales-development-teams 

http://www.radicati.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Email-Statistics-Report-2014-2018-Executive-Summary.pdf 

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