Pipeliner CRM Features and Functionality: Philosophy Into Action
All of Pipeliner CRM’s features express sound business philosophy–and are designed to totally empower your sales force
Pipeliner CRM Features and Functionality: Philosophy Into ActionMilos Krocian2022-09-14T11:36:21+00:00
Pipeliner CRM Features and Functionality: Philosophy Into Action
Philosophy Meets the Real World
In our previous 2 ebooks, Theory Made Real and Reducing Risk, we demonstrated how Pipeliner CRM is the sum total, in the real world, of sound philosophical business principles. Theory Made Real explored the 6 basic principles that form the foundation for Pipeliner, with examples of how they are expressed in the productProductProduct refers to anything (an idea, item, service, process or information) that meets a need or a desire and is offered to a market, usually but not always at a price.. Reducing Risk laid out the Pipeliner Selling System, which follows the basic pattern of a sales processSales ProcessSales Process is a series of strategic steps or a set of activities aimed at driving sales growth through the alignment of personnel, market insight, methodologies, relevant business units, and technology. against the backdrop of the buyerBuyerA buyer is an individual or organizational entity that purchases a product or subscribes to a service.’s journey, and how this, too, embodies the basic principles.
In this our third ebook in the series, we explore all the specific Pipeliner CRM features—many of which are totally unique in the CRM market—and how each of these reflects the philosophy which inspired it.
Features and Functionality: Philosophy Meets the Real World
Our goal with this book is to bring the reader an understanding of the power that Pipeliner can bring to a sales organizationOrganizationOrganization is a cohesive group of people working together and formally bound by a shared identity (e.g., one team, company, club, etc.) and a common purpose (e.g., business growth, athletic victory, etc.). and business, and also to provide a continuing overview of the applicable principles on which any business is based.
Stage 1: Focus
The first stage of the Pipeliner Selling System, Focus, deals with:
Focusing reps on deals that matter
Honing in on specific aspects of the deals themselves
Focusing the buyer in on your solutionSolutionSolution is a combination of ideas, strategies, processes, technologies and services that effectively helps an organization achieve its goals or hurdle its challenges.
Under the heading of Focus are the Pipeliner CRM features contained in this chapter:
Dynamic Contact Management
Effective, Efficient Leads Management
PipelinePipelineSales pipelineis a visual representation of the stage prospects are in the sales process. View: Visual Key to Your Processes
Your Instant, Visual Sales Timeline
Archive: Understanding the Past is Key to Your Future
Pipeliner CRM Profiles: It’s Your View
TemplateTemplateTemplate is a generic file with a framework showing the standard sections or features of a specific kind of document, used to create a new document of the same type faster and easier. Designer: It Really Is Your CRM
Pipeliner CRM’s Built-In Help
Stage 2: Engage
The second stage of the Pipeliner Selling System, Engage, means reaching out and touching this prospect, getting involved with their particular company and issues, and accomplishing the actions necessary to move them to the next stage toward a sale.
Under the heading of Engage are the Pipeliner CRM features contained in this chapter:
Sales Activities—Your Path to Sales Success
Social SellingSocial SellingSocial Selling is the deliberate use of online social networks as sales channels, where sellers directly engage and develop relationships with prospects by probing their needs and providing relevant and valuable insight. Made Easy
Sales Reports: See More to Sell More
Tracking Sales Efficiency: Pipeliner Hit Rate Manager
Online or Offline: Full CRM Functionality
Notes Management and Integration
Pipeliner App Integrations
Auto-Profiling: Saving Hours of Admin Work
History Log: Tracking Changed DataDataData is a set of quantitative and qualitative facts that can be used as reference or inputs for computations, analyses, descriptions, predictions, reasoning and planning. in CRM
Stage 3: Convince
At the third stage of the Pipeliner Selling System, Convince, you are convincing the buyer—and all decision-makers and influencers at the company acting as evaluators—that purchasing your product or service is absolutely the right thing to do. It is at this stage that the sale is made.
Under the heading of Convince are the Pipeliner CRM features contained in this chapter:
The Pipeliner Task Board: A New Way to Work
Dynamic Target: Constant Focus
Smart Org Chart & Buying Center
Filters: Zeroing In on Deals That Count
Getting a Handle on Sales Velocity
Sales Dashboards—Insights On Demand
Sales Document Management
Microsoft Office Plug-In
Stage 4: Close and Cooperate
At the fourth stage of the Pipeliner Selling System, Close, your buyer has become a customerCustomerCustomer is an individual or an organization that purchases a product or signs up for a service offered by a business.. Ultimately your aim is to move that customer into the next and final stage of the Pipeliner Selling System, Cooperate. At that point your customer has become an advocate—and is much more of a partner than a customer.
There are 2 final features that are particularly applicable to the Close and Cooperate stages of the Pipeliner Selling System:
Bulk Update Feature
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