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“The workflows are designed with flexibility that managers are finding it easy to train and build cohesive sales teams.”
Sachin Kondilkar, Future Group
MeetRecord provides a simple, scalable solution to record and analyze all online meetings to create visibility, drive process and behavior changes, and deliver bottom line impact.
Quickly identify what top performers do differently so you can replicate winning behaviors across the entire team.
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Onboarding a remote sales team member is more challenging than doing it in-person. The goals, however, remain the same: To help the employee get off to a quick start, build relationships, understand the culture, and recognize expectations and start hitting their sales quota and help achieve sales teams goals.
Sales and revenue leaders often face this conundrum where they have to make decisions to prioritize new customers over existing ones. They must figure out how to balance retaining and growing existing accounts. Only then, they’re going to stand up to the competition in the long term.
Tim Cook could do better with smaller and simpler sentences. How about your team?
Do you remember - "What happened in the 2nd video call with your 3rd lead this week?" Probably not, but you would say 'Wait, I let me refer my notes.' However, you were too focused on clearing a mix-up and missed jotting points for the crucial middle part of the meeting. People always have a good understanding of the gist of the meeting conversation, it’s when you ask them to share specific details, that’s when they struggle. We discuss few reasons why you should record your meetings.