Close deals faster by identifying and streamlining the steps in your sales process
Full access. No credit card required.
Every day in sales might look a bit different for you, but odds are there’s a pattern in how you turn prospects into loyal customers. Ask yourself, what are the steps I generally go through to close a deal? This is your sales cycle. By defining the steps, you demystify the process, which helps you identify roadblocks and know where to concentrate your efforts.
Although sales cycles vary by industry and business, most include some or all of the following elements:
Once you’ve defined your sales cycle stages, the next step is to monitor and measure metrics. This will uncover where your inefficiencies lie and where you’re excelling. Instead of adding this to your time-consuming pile of admin work, leave it to a sales cycle management software. Pipedrive gathers data, tracks goals, sends you activity reminders and much more.
We’ve built a visual CRM that’s not only great for salespeople, but for anyone wanting to get super organized and close deals in less time. There’s no 200-page list of functions and no two-day training required. Just log in, fill up your pipeline and start selling with a product designed to make selling beautiful.
Having a powerful CRM tool such as Pipedrive in our arsenal has been essential to the success of our sales team. With its easy-to-use and well-designed interface, it definitely keeps us organized and on track!
The ability to completely customize the data fields and workflow gives me a tailor made CRM. Much different than my past experiences with these types of programs! The mobile app is just as functional as the desktop version, and even has a few little extras.
Pipedrive mixes features and design that allows our team to streamline our operations. It was very easy to get up and running with Pipedrive compared to SalesForce.
In our free 2-week email course Sales Pipeline Academy, Pipedrive co-founder Timo Rein teaches you how to make more sales with exclusive advice and insights in 11 revenue-boosting lessons. Join the 6,000+ salespeople who’ve already enrolled.