Revenue is a result of sales activities.

The modern sales leader understands the cause-and-effect relationship: To achieve specific business results, you must perform certain activities.

This is the premise of activity-based selling.

Managing sales reps around the activities that lead to sales is effective, and sales organizations are seeing tangible ROI with activity-based selling. Paycor saw a 45 percent increase in appointments per sales rep; Veritas experienced a 105 percent increase in proposals sent; and Ryerson increased monthly reactivated accounts by 60 percent.

That's why we created a 16-step strategic guide to build your own activity-based selling strategy. 

How_to_Build_a.jpgWith this guide, you'll learn how to:

  • Define your key sales metrics
  • Align your sales organization
  • Monitor and course-correct performance
  • Grow from a strong foundation 

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With activity-based selling, salespeople make better decisions on what activities to spend their time on. Sales managers know what to manage. And business leaders can truly manage sales performance.