In our personal, day-to-day lives, nearly every time we need to make a phone call we just simply click or tap. So, at work, why shouldn’t sales teams benefit from the same simplicity with click to dial in Salesforce? Click to dial simply refers to the ability to automatically dial and place a call to […]
BuiltInLA recently interviewed ringDNA VP of Product Jeff Shelton on trends within the AI space. In the article, Jeff covers what trends he is paying attention to right now, as well as where ringDNA is headed. Jeff discusses how effective AI is for actually helping humans be more human. We can use AI to analyze […]
The Sales Enablement Soiree was one of our favorite events at Dreamforce 2019. Not only did this single-day event contain enough information for an entire week, but it also gave attendees and sponsors alike the opportunity to coverage around the idea of sales enablement to see where it has been, and what it means for […]
ringDNA is excited to sponsor the Sales Enablement Soiree at Dreamforce. This exclusive one-day event takes place on Thursday, November 21, 2019, from 8 AM – 7 PM at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco. Bringing together sales and marketing leaders, analysts and vendors to exchange best practices and real-world advice to elevate sales […]
With the majority of 2019 already in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start planning 2020. Thanks to the major advancements in sales technology over the past few years, one of the most important components of sales success in the near future will be sales enablement and sales operations. Sales enablement leaders must know how […]
Four of the most common terms you will hear anywhere in sales are prospect, lead, contact, and opportunity. Sometimes they are used interchangeably, but each has their own distinct meaning that directly refers to the sales process. So what exactly is a lead, a prospect, contact, and an opportunity? What do the terms mean, how […]
The relationship between your sales development reps and account executives is absolutely crucial to your sales success. Without the two teams working in harmony, you risk missed opportunities and lost deals. The average sales team has 2.6 account executives for every SDR. That means that each sales development rep is stretched thin, as they must […]
No matter how consistently you coach your reps or how well they’ve performed in the past, there are always times when sales teams struggle to hit their goals. This can be especially true at the end of a challenging quarter or year. Your reps may be giving it their all, but seem to be running […]
Modern sales reps have more communication channels available to them than ever before. SMS messages, email, social media, even video all provide a conduit to engage with contacts. However even today, the phone still prevails as the most effective sales communication tool. The phone is still the only communication method through which sales reps can […]
Sales professionals have one of the most straightforward job descriptions out there: sell. However salespeople only spend a third of their time selling, and sales managers spend twice as much time on administrative items than they do coaching their sales teams. Modern salespeople battle two main opponents for their time, communication channels and sales tools. […]
Sales automation is one of the key factors that will contribute to the success or failure of your team in the next few years. Sales teams require an ever-increasing amount of data in order to make themselves, as well as departments like marketing, support, and product successful. The majority of this data collection has fallen […]
According to CSO Insights, organizations are using an average of 10 sales tools and plan to add another four within the next 12 months. As teams pile on more and more applications in the hopes of finding that “magic bullet” that will let them decimate their quotas, sales technologies stacks continue to expand. But where […]