Salesforce CPQ: Is it the right time and what does this mean for my business?
Salesforce CPQ is a powerful tool that can help businesses streamline their sales process and improve the accuracy and efficiency of their quoting system. Some may be surprised to learn that Salesforce CPQ isn’t just for large businesses with deep pockets. Despite the common misconception that Salesforce CPQ is only meant for large organizations and […]
June 2022’s Awesome Reads for RevOps
How could Zoom affect your sales team’s mindset? What’s the evolution of lead routing? Is there a right ops team structure? We’ve got this and more enticing reads with our June 2022 RevOps reading list!
Year in Review: RevOps Trends of 2021
Through all the uncertainty of the past year, one thing remained constant: the steady growth of Revenue Operations. Take a look back at the biggest RevOps trends of 2021.
Lane Four Consultant Among First 100 Outreach Certified Administrators
After nearly two years leading Lane Four’s Outreach.io implementations, Joana Lourenço is now one of the first 100 Certified Outreach Administrators in the world.
February 2020’s Awesome Reads for Sales Leaders
This month’s insights for sales leaders include intent data, dynamic guided selling, outbound strategy, and account selection.
Awesome Reads for Sales Leaders [January 2020 Edition]
This month’s insights for sales leaders tackle everything from must-attend sales events to sales ops best practices.
Activity Reporting for Account-Based Sales
Sales engagement tools have expanded the possibilities of building account-based activity reports that are reliable, meaningful, and actionable. Take a look at these considerations to get the best use out of them.
Should SDRs Report to Marketing? Some Pros and Cons
While most companies still have their SDRs report to sales, some are having a portion of SDRs report to marketing. The pros and cons to having SDRs report to marketing instead of sales.
4 Reasons Why Account Planning Should Be Data-Centric
Sales leaders may struggle to execute account planning in a sophisticated and effective way. Could data-centric account planning be the solution?