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Learn how Qstream can unlock the untapped potential of your Salesforce.com investment, providing the sales capabilities and insights you need to manage revenue performance in a whole new way.
Qstream helps the brand teams in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies to measure and manage critical sales force knowledge of products, disease states, regulatory concerns, safety, efficacy, access and more.
Qstream enhances the product knowledge and selling skills of your customer team in just 3 minutes a day. Knowledgeable reps help where it matters most — face-to-face with clients — enhancing the customer experience and helping to build stronger relationships.
Qstream helps the most successful high-tech sales, marketing and product executives drive revenue and create competitive advantage by ensuring that their sales teams and channel partners are engaged, effective and armed with the knowledge that they need to win.
Qstream is widely used for professional healthcare education by some of the world’s top medical centers and healthcare leaders on a range of topics, including patient safety, infection control, emergency medicine, palliative care and advanced life support.
The medical device leader needed a way to ensure the highest levels of sales force knowledge to more aggressively differentiate their products within hyper-competitive markets. Achieving an 11% enhancement of selling skills in just weeks, Exactech has made Qstream its platform of choice for strengthening sales channel performance.
As an innovative leader in sales and technology, Xerox’s Managed Print Services executives need to know that their sales reps are prepared to address customer needs. In order to ensure new skills are applied on-the-job following face-to-face sales workshops, Xerox deployed Qstream for direct and indirect sales reps. As a result, sales reps sharpened critical skills and increased their confidence in product expertise without wasting precious selling time. Also available in French and German.
Despite a variety of training approaches and investments, AMS found that its sales force’s ability to recall critical product information would decline in as little as two weeks following a sales meeting. Leveraging Qstream, AMS was able to drive post-event mastery scores of participating sales reps from a baseline of 68% to upwards of 92%, with more than 96% engagement. Also available in French and German.
illy caffè North America is a division of illy caffè S.p.A, an international provider of super-premium coffee known for its distinctly balanced taste and innovation in the coffee industry. With 100% engagement and a 15% increase in essential product knowledge, illy relies on Qstream’s sales performance platform to assure that its associates deliver the best possible customer experience.
With its large, dispersed sales force, Intuitive Surgical needed an innovative way to keep information delivered at sales kickoff top of mind until product availability several months later. With Qstream, they found a solution with the balance of convenience, motivation and analytics they needed to foster retention. Compared to other methods, they proved Qstream to be as effective as 1:1 coaching on an ongoing basis.
Named by Forbes as a major disruptor in their industry, SDL’s software helps the world’s largest companies create integrated customer experience (CX) environments. With the release of SDL Trados Studio 2015, the company needed a more effective way to ensure sales readiness. Qstream helped them achieve a 23% increase in product message proficiency across the global team in just weeks.
In this two-part series, CSO Insights provides a synopsis of the challenges leaders face when coaching and mentoring sales reps, referencing response data collected from more than 600 companies as part of their 2015 Sales Management Optimization (SMO) study. Download these research briefs for a better understanding of how to increase coaching effectiveness within your organization.
The annual sales kick-off continues to be a uniquely important forum, often bringing together hundreds of worldwide team members in one location. But given the complexity of today’s B2B selling environment, the stakes for these meetings, and the expected ROI for all the man hours and dollars required to execute them, have never been higher. So how can you make sure your next sales kick-off is not simply business as usual, and how will you measure its ultimate success (or failure)? Download this eBook for a list of the 7 secrets you need to know to make your next sales kick-off the most effective − and memorable ever.
In this Forrester report by Mark Lindwall, discover how to identify key behaviors your customers require and whether your sales team can perform them, design programs and rewards that motivate sales reps while keeping them engaged and having fun, and get creative to ensure sustained performance improvement of your sales force resulting in lasting change.
In this Forrester report by Mark Lindwall, learn why sales enablement professionals must adopt new sales training methods to meet customer’s changing needs, how to tailor training programs to specific sales roles and measure improvement of reps to assure alignment with buyers, and how to support continuous learning and reinforcement with new methods and technologies.
Succeeding in sales is tougher than ever. That’s why a growing number of innovation-seeking sales leaders in life sciences, technology and financial services are turning to Qstream, a radically new mobile sales performance platform, for help. Download this eBook to discover how you can apply Qstream’s clinically-proven approach to creating an “always-on” channel for the reinforcement of core brand messages, product knowledge and selling skills, respond to competitive threats, build an effective coaching culture, accelerate time-to-productivity for new sales reps, and drive adoption of new sales methodologies.
In this September 2014 report, Forrester’s Scott Santucci defines a framework that helps sales enablement pros make informed decisions about their supplier ecosystem, and provide a common set of objectives for driving more value-added customer conversations in today’s complex selling environment.
Sales enablement and training professionals have long suffered with the frustrating reality that reps will forget most of the information relayed to them in a matter of days. What we’ve come to understand is that sales reps must be able to apply that knowledge to fully encode it into memory and subsequently apply new information and skills on the job. For anyone considering investing in a sales knowledge reinforcement solution, we’ve compiled a list of must-do’s (and some don’ts) to get the optimal benefit for your reps, and your bottom-line.
If your goal is to create a higher-performing sales force, focusing on your top closers is far less effective than engaging your average or “middle” tier reps. Why? Greater numbers and more room for improvement make this middle core of your team a much more likely source of significant revenue growth. In this eBook we review the untapped potential of a sales organization’s “middle” tier, and the ways in which new technologies are helping to transform sales behavior and drive new revenues.
According to CSO Insights latest report, sales teams that can respond more quickly to market changes and competition significantly outperform those that can’t, including higher win rates and quota attainment. Uncover the benefits of dynamic sales process, and how to achieve them.
Solutions designed to differentiate your channel program from the competition must align with the way your audience thinks and works. For channel reps, it must be simple, engaging, convenient and fast. For your channel sales management, it’s got to work, be cost efficient at scale, and offer insights into the true selling potential of every channel partner. This brief outlines a proven, two-part mobile strategy designed to create more engaged partners while capturing actionable insights into their reps’ ability to help you increase overall market share.
As HCP access continues to erode, so too have the large pharmaceutical sales forces that formerly called upon them. With online channels now available for doctors to acquire the product knowledge they seek, reps can optimize their limited access by participating in conversations highly valued by physicians, such as those related to new research, business practices and patient outcomes. This paper discusses ways that some of today’s industry leaders have employed mobile apps to develop and measure these critical skills.
Qstream is built for today’s mobile sales forces. It’s a fast, effective way for reps to acquire and retain critical information and skills they need by playing a game in just minutes a day on any mobile device. Watch this two minute video to learn how Qstream allows organizations to manage the skills and knowledge of their sales force. (2:03)
Without the ability to address the “human side” of sales acceleration, your CRM investment simply falls short. Changing rep behaviors and knowing with greater confidence what they are personally prepared to bring to every client interaction is the missing link for sales leadership today. (1:53)
Qstream CEO and co-founder, Duncan Lennox, sits down with Gerhard Gschwandtner of Selling Power TV for a discussion on how sales organizations can get more value out of their CRM investment with smarter sales performance technology. (5:22)
Qstream’s onboard Predictive Insights Engine continually analyzes user response data to provide graphical management updates, comparisons and trends on sales force capabilities, as well as targeted coaching actions to help address gaps that can put revenue at risk. Watch now. (1:27)
Qstream CEO and co-founder, Duncan Lennox, sits down with Gerhard Gschwandtner of Selling Power TV for a discussion on overcoming sales coaching challenges with data. (5:57)
Whether you’re establishing baseline sales capabilities, reinforcing new information from sales meetings and POAs, or engaging field management in more effective coaching, Qstream can help. In minutes a day, Qstream’s proven, data-driven approach helps you manage and measure your reps’ understanding of disease states, competition, selling skills, and more. (1:38)
Qstream CEO and co-founder, Duncan Lennox, sits down with Gerhard Gschwandtner of Selling Power TV for a discussion on game-changing approaches to sales performance management. Learn how mobile, data, CRM and more are driving next-generation solutions.(5:40)
See why Nancy Nardin of Smart Selling Tools, together with hundreds of today’s top-performing sales teams, think Qstream is a Top Sales Tool of 2015. Here Nancy shares her insights on what makes Qstream unique, and how it can help your organization to build smarter, more confident sales teams at scale. (2:19)
According to data compiled by Qstream, more than one-third of enterprise sales reps today – even those with extensive market and product training – arrive at sales calls unprepared or unable to apply the critical information and context needed to successfully sell into their markets. How do your sales reps rank?
A recent Forrester Executive Buyer Insight Study reveals that only 36% of executive buyers believe that their meetings with salespeople are valuable and live up to their expectations. Fewer than 25% accept a follow-on meeting. How much revenue could this be costing you? Qstream can help.
The life science industry is striving to work in a patient-centric manner, and a key to that ethos is the role of the medical representative. With so much at stake, how can managers ensure reps know what they need to know, and that they apply this knowledge on-the-job? In this webinar, presented in partnership with LTEN, Dr. B. Price Kerfoot explores recent scientific advances in medical knowledge retention and the impact of new mobile and gamified approaches on behavior change. Louella Morton also uncovers innovative ways to gain measurable insights into the success of your training initiatives. Recorded November 17, 2015.
The use of mobile apps is changing the game for insurance trainers seeking new, more scalable approaches to ensuring the effectiveness of agents and service representatives. In this webinar, presented in partnership with the Society of Insurance Trainers and Educators, Qstream’s Lisa Clark reveals five proven “C’s” you need to revolutionize your training department’s mobile strategy in 2016. Recorded October 23, 2015.
Smart sales coaching is both time and resource-intensive. Done right, it can have a big impact for both team development and revenue performance. Yet without the right organizational support, or the right data about precisely how and where to focus your valuable coaching time, this impact can be easily undermined by competing priorities, inconsistent execution, and lack of focus. In this webinar, Steve McKenzie of InsightSquared, Greg Thomas of the Sales Management Association, and Qstream’s Lisa Clark unveil new research on how B2B organizations can best support sales coaching initiatives. Recorded October 21, 2015.
As B2B buying cycles grow more complex, sales professionals must continually acquire and adopt new skills to compete and win. Yet too often, when evaluating their team’s performance, sales managers focus exclusively on metrics such as quarterly bookings or quota achievement. Of course, these are important—but they are also lagging indicators. How can sales managers identify and measure the most critical leading indicators: the skills and behaviors required today to build sales success for tomorrow? In this webinar, Jason Jordan of Vantage Point Performance, and Qstream’s Lisa Clark, define a new generation of sales performance indicators that is giving rise to the data-driven sales manager. Recorded June 17, 2015.
The pinnacle of success in sales training is your reps’ ability to apply critical information and skills to the job. The key to this, however, lies in your ability to effectively and continuously engage sales management in the sustainment process. Despite sales reporting rich with data – including charts and graphs that frame business growth, supported by a common set of key performance indicators (KPIs) – sales managers still lack the ability to visualize and proactively react to skills gaps. In this LTEN Webinar led by Nancy Pratt, former sales and marketing leader at Boehringer Ingelheim and Genentech, discover a new generation of tools and KPIs giving rise to the data-driven sales coach. Recorded May 19, 2015.
For companies with aggressive revenue goals, nothing is more critical to success than hiring, onboarding and accelerating the performance of new reps as fast as possible. Listen to this interactive webinar with Ray Makela of Sales Readiness Group and Lisa Clark of Qstream as they discuss how to develop a highly effective sales onboarding program that boosts sales productivity and lowers turnover.
Recorded April 30, 2015.
The act of sales training alone — without the context of continuing sales support or manager engagement — might leave you wondering what this investment is really buying you. In this exclusive Webcast for ATD members, sales transformation expert Mike Kunkle and Qstream’s Lisa Clark discuss the most common reasons sales training fails, the importance of knowledge transfer and the role of managers in motivating long-term change, and the metrics that matter most when it comes to improving sales performance. Recorded March 4, 2015.
Listen to sales guru, Nancy Nardin of Smart Selling Tools.com and Duncan Lennox of Qstream in this dynamic, 30-minute roundtable as they explore the latest thinking, technology, and best practices for managing, measuring and motivating high-performance sales teams. Recorded February 24, 2015.
The chief objective of training has always been the ability to go beyond information delivery and simple skills assessment to identify a direct, positive impact on business results. Sales managers continue to be frustrated by their inability to associate training investments to sales performance and new revenue acquisition. In this webinar hosted by the Sales Management Association, Qstream explores how the 3 C’s (coaching, confidence and correlation to sales performance) can help you successfully transform real-time training data into executive insights that managers love. Recorded January 7, 2015.
Today’s reps only have minutes to demonstrate value, yet nearly 1/3 of enterprise sales reps arrive at sales calls unprepared to apply the information and context needed to drive buying decisions. In this Webcast with the Sales Management Association, Qstream helps sales enablement pros move beyond content management to focus on new approaches to boosting sales performance. Recorded October 1, 2014.
Insurance training professionals are facing growing pressure to engage agents and producers and help them transition away from price-centric conversations in favor of more value-based selling activities. This requires close collaboration with sales management to identify behaviors that drive desired business outcomes, and then train where needed to help motivate change. In this webcast, hosted by the Society of Insurance Trainers and Educators (SITE), Qstream reveals new research insights demonstrating that selling systems designed to embrace the way our brains actually work can increase sales effectiveness and improve revenue achievement. Recorded September 26, 2014.
Sales enablement is more than a one-time event, and must be sustaining in order to change behavior. As highlighted in Malcolm Gladwell’s best-selling book David and Goliath, the incorporation of “desirable difficulties” into educational programs can also have a profound impact on learning. In this webcast, following the highly rated workshop from June’s LTEN (formerly SPBT) Annual Conference, Dr. Price Kerfoot explores recent scientific advances, as well as new reinforcement approaches proven to positively impact learning and behavior. Recorded July 29, 2014
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