WorkMagic integrates key sales and marketing capabilities, enabling business’ to achieve up to 30 percent improvement in trade performance.
Measurement and optimization are at the core of WorkMagic’s Sales in a Toolbox service. The service has a common set of execution-based measures related to the perfect point of sale. It enables better field-based data capture, improving the quality and timeliness of the data. This allows the companies and/or its distributors to take immediate corrective actions and unlock value.
For decades, WorkMagic and its leaders has been assisting clients with sales strategy, planning and execution. Our talented team members bring real-world sales and marketing experience.
We have deep experience and a proven track record in all components of Sales in a Tool Box, including industry-specific sales processes and analytics, underpinned by scalable delivery capabilities and broad geographic coverage. Because our industry and functional consulting capabilities are tightly connected to our technology expertise and delivery teams, we are well positioned to deliver the complete oversight of an integrated service.
The WorkMagic Sales in a Toolbox service enables clients to turn on capability that can reduce with scale. In addition, WorkMagic can extend to value-based optional services that involve optimizing different steps within the sales process including coverage planning, cross-sell, and up-sell.
Core service level components include:
- CRM hosted on the Cloud
- Standard optimization capability where analytic insights are delivered as a service
- Application train the trainer
- Mobile device management
- Service management
Optional service components include:
- Device provisioning and hardware management
- Value-based optimization services (for different steps within the sales process including coverage planning, cross-sell / up-sell, “out-of-stocks” predictions)
- Field personnel capability enablement
- Field-personnel business process outsourcing
WorkMagic can also provide strategic and operational consulting expertise and support across a range of areas directly linked to our Sales in a Tool Box service including market and customer segmentation (‘market archetypes’).
Certainty or Confidence
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