One of the key challenges sales compensation leaders face is demonstrating the ROI of Sales Performance Management (SPM) to other key stakeholders, particularly, the CFO. Consider three key, strategic arguments for advancing CFO and other organizational leadership stakeholder interest in SPM.
IBM Vision 2016 continues a strong tradition of inspirational and innovative presentations and discussions that shape the transformation of professions and organizations in ways that enable outthinking challenges that lie ahead. Get a unique perspective on this event from Doug Barton, director,
Organizations of all sizes are looking for ways to make innovation a central part of their business approach. In this episode of the Finance in Focus podcast series our guests—futurist and award-winning author Lisa Bodell, and IBM thought leader Doug Barton—provide practical insights into how
Paul Peters, product offering manager for IBM sales performance management, shares clients’ insights into how to drive enhanced sales behavior—revealing that sometimes the incentive you choose can make all the difference in the world to your sales team’s profitability.
IBM Vision 2016 is just around the corner, and it promises plenty of insightful content for the sales performance management space. Get a jump-start on the conference—it takes place in Orlando, Florida, 9–12 May 2016—with a glimpse of five, must-see session highlights for sales performance
Hiring a crack sales team is only the first step in an organization’s business journey. The bigger challenge is retaining the best employees who can drive business growth. By following these four key best practices for sales with an emphasis on sales performance management technologies,
Discover data-rich insights into some of the key incentive compensation issues facing banks, and the ways in which bankers are deploying sales performance management technologies to meet these challenges.
IBM SPM is a leader in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Sales Performance Management. Discover how IBM incentive compensation management solutions can help your organization move “up and to the right.”
Performance management in sales is critical to business growth. The role of sales compensation leader illustrates, perhaps better than any other role in modern business, the lockstep relationship of business growth and evolving business roles. Today, the responsibilities of the sales compensation
Effective sales compensation is vital to business growth—but outdated processes and systems offer only inefficiency. Updating to current sales performance management techniques can help organizations optimize sales and contribute to success.
Enterprises that use analytics to power their sales performance management can explore new frontiers of added value through informed decision making and heightened competency. Learn what part IBM Watson Analytics can play in enhancing sales by enabling guided analytics.
Insurance carriers need to devise a strategic plan to handle both compliance concerns and increasing the success of the sales function. Based on data from a Celent report that focuses on the compensation tools and techniques that insurance carriers use to drive business, this infographic presents
Organizations may frequently fall into the trap of trying to get an advanced sales performance management (SPM) solution in operation as soon as possible. However, initiating an implementation stage too soon, too hastily or at the expense of best practices can cause companies to overlook critical
Although the business benefits of SPM are clear, identifying a solution that meets the particular needs of a specific business can be challenging. According to a survey of business leaders, increased business complexity is a primary point of concern when choosing an SPM solution.