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How to Map Employee Locations

by Barry Marron on
Employee map

Asking where your employees are located is a bit like asking where your children are right now. Sure, you have a general sense, but can you tell definitively? In most cases a general sense is plenty, but as you grow to become a larger organization it can become more difficult to maintain a perspective. All of this becomes more important when faced with a decision or crisis. Perhaps you need to plan a new office location or monitor travel due...

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4 Steps For Onboarding a Field Sales Rep

A manager’s guide

by Barry Marron on
A sales manager using eSpatial to onboard a new field sales rep

Added a new member to your field sales team? Read on to learn how you can get them up and running more quickly. Starting a new field sales job is tough. Like other sales roles, you need to get to know a new team, new market offering, and a new sales story. But in field sales, you also need to get to know a new territory with a new set of established accounts and leads. So what can the sales...

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How do I Understand Where my Biggest Accounts are Located?

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Every day in eSpatial, we help our customers gain a greater understanding of their audience. For sales teams, much of the reason why they are using our mapping software is to understand existing accounts and prospects. One question we regularly answer is "Where are my biggest accounts located?" Each salesperson obviously knows where these accounts are individually, but where are they when thought of as a group? Grouping is typically broken down for one of two reasons: A large account...

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Field Sales Analysis

How to run your end of year/quarter push?

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Quarter or year-end approaching? Find out how much opportunity is within reach of your field sales team so that you can maximize short-term performance. Running a field sales organisation is often a seasonal business. Sometimes you need to crank your sales performance to achieve an under-pressure quarterly or yearly target. But how much can you actually hope to achieve, and how do you go about it? Why is analysis important to your quarter-end push for field sales? Doing field sales...

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6 Circumstances Where Territories Are Vital For Your Sales Team Success

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Home page gallery - Manage your sales territories

Let's face it, territory management is important. Harvard business review confirms it. We've already discussed why you should be doing it here, hereĀ and here. But there are certain times and areas where it's even more important than others. Let's examine. 1. Are you selling B2B2C? Sales territory management is typically more important where the sale is the B2B predecessor of a consumer sale. This is because the consumer sale is likely distributed closer to the consumer. Your B2B efforts need...

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