TSE 1334: CRM hacks for your CRM updates 
CRM hacks you need to know

TSE 1334: Secret Ninja Hack For CRM Updates and Meeting Recaps

CRM hacks you need to knowThe task that many salespeople find cumbersome is updating and maintaining the CRM. If you have CRM hacks, however, the task can be faster and less tedious. 

CRM hacks you need to know

Updating CRM isn’t an easy job. When you meet a prospect, and you have a great conversation, ideally the relationship will continue to progress. Although the relationship building is gratifying, most salespeople don’t enjoy spending time recording the details, updating the information on the CRM, and organizing the details as the relationship moves toward a closing. Working on CRM is not the most exciting aspect of the sales process, but it is necessary.

The importance of CRM

An organized CRM helps salespeople understand their customers more, and this knowledge offers a better idea about how to help the customer. A salesperson can only be as effective, however, inasmuch as the data in the CRM is useful. One of the CRM hacks you can use is utilizing Google Doc for its accessibility and straightforward layout. Check out the features and tools within the app and take advantage of their many uses. One feature that can help with speed and efficiency is the typing feature. Use it the next time you have a meeting in order to take quick notes. You can then copy all the little notes you have and put it in the CRM. 

The other CRM hack available is Otter, a transcription website that can transcribe all your recorded audios. You can record your Zoom meetings and import it to Otter to get a breakdown of your conversation per second. This allows you to go back to your meetings to review parts of the conversation you want to revisit. Use these CRM hacks to make the most of your CRM. 

Secret Ninja Hack For CRM Updates and Meeting Recaps” episode resources 

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Donald is the host of the popular sales podcast,"The Sales Evangelist". He is the founder of The Sales Evangelist Consulting Firm where he helps small companies develop killer sales process to scale their business and increase growth.Donald is also an award-winning speaker, sales trainer, and coach. He's a big fan of traveling, South Florida staycations and high-quality family time. Donald has a belief that “anyone” can sell if they have the desire and receives the proper training.

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