DataVault for Sales

DataVault for sales

The modern way to sell

No response to your proposal again. And you have no idea if your prospective customer is interested at all. We have all been there. Trying to piece together the last exchanges, checking emails and notes, and trying to figure out what the chances are of you converting them and how you can do it.

Smart follow-ups are a critical part of any sales strategy. It not only helps increase conversion rates and customer satisfaction but also reduces order abandonment and cancellations. If you do it right you can win the customer. If you don’t, you might run out of new customers faster than you can imagine. 

The art of closing the deal

With a quick conversation, you may be able to change your customers’ minds and close the deal. And if you have the right analytics and insights to follow-up in a smart way, your workflow not only becomes more efficient, you also save time in the process and now if you do your follow-ups effectively.

What’s the best way to share a bunch of documents with an individual or a group of people outside of your organization? By using DataVault’s Vault function. A Vault is essentially a safe spot for you to keep various business resources, like, PDFs, powerpoints, or word files, and share them in one link with others. It gives multiple people the ability to see the same information from a single link. And it’s easy to add new users and give access permissions on a regular basis. 

More conversions through analytics

What has also been missing for a long time in the sales process is getting the data you need to optimize what happens in the decision-making process of a customer, when you don’t see them. How do they interact with your documents? How long are they checking it? Which pages are they mostly interested in? Did they come back again to see it? Did they show the document to somebody else in their team to go through it?

With DataVault you can solve these issues. You can get page-level analytics, seeing if and how your customers engage with your documents. Next time you follow-up with them, you will know where to focus on and what they need to hear to start working with you.

Comments are closed.