How do I love thee, let me count the ways.
February is the month when it’s hard not to be reminded that love is in the air. So during Valentine’s Day, this seems like an appropriate time to answer the question: Why does it always seem as though your industry colleagues are in love with their software tools, and you’re still second guessing if you’ll ever find the right match?
Don’t despair. Before you find love, you need to do a bit of soul searching.
Aren’t you tired of going through painstaking efforts of trying 30 different software tools before you find that special one? Aren’t you tired of constantly swiping left or right in the search of finding a tool that you can build a career with? Aren’t you tired of telling software tools, “It’s not you, it’s me and my sales process!”
Much like the dating world, in the business world, when looking for something like a highly regarded software tool that can assist you with your day-to-day sales activities, there are certain attributes we want to identify in order to be successful and find a good match. We need to dig deep and figure out the key features that will demonstrate real value! Desired qualities and outcomes will vary depending on your needs, but many salespeople that we speak with on a regular basis hold the following near and dear. They want a sales tool to partner with that’s:
- Let’s them work the way they want to work
- Handles communication well
- Easy going
- Puts your needs ahead of their own
- Helpful without criticizing
- Makes complicated and time consuming tasks easier
If you’re ready to make a commitment and have a stronger relationship with your CRM rather than the occasional drive-by fling now and again, you need to have the right partner.
Other sales professionals have already found that special tool with Recapify. Sales Pros love Recapify because they can:
- Spend less time doing manual data entry
- Execute more effectively after meetings
- Communicate more efficiently
- Have happier bosses and team members
- Progress deals quicker
- Provide rich personal history of meeting results
Here’s what some of our users are saying: