Your SKO (sales kickoff) is no ordinary sales meeting; it’s the time to communicate your goals for the year ahead and reinvigorate reps to continue putting their best foot forward. However, it can be difficult garnering and holding your sellers’ attention enough for them to retain what they learn and leverage that knowledge throughout the year.
There are countless numbers of sales strategy books on bookshelves and sales coaches at every tradeshow, preaching to the masses the right way to find success while selling. It’s gotten to the point where many practices have been so engrained into sales training that it is considered doctrine — when in reality, it varies from buyer to buyer.
SuccessKit is designed to help B2B companies generate, manage and leverage case studies and customer success stories more effectively. It is positioned to collect the details needed for success stories, and then generate beautiful, branded content which sales teams can access when and where they need it.
We all want to make things better. But how do you know if your efforts really make a difference? How do you know if the changes you make in a system have a positive impact?