With all the benefits associated with sales force automation, repetitive data entry has become what most would consider to be a necessary evil. Job satisfaction issues aside, however, the most ‘evil’ dimension of that data entry burden is the reality that the more opportunities a salesperson is engaged in, the greater their administrative burden becomes. That's why user adoption suffers and why the data available for analytics becomes increasingly compromised over time. The other side of that coin is that the expanding data-entry burden will also dramatically reduce the number of sales opportunities that a salesperson can realistically engage in. As a result, it also represents an obvious barrier to sales growth. How much sales productivity can you unleash by removing that barrier? And how much better will your legacy analytics perform with a more complete and more accurate data set? We’d love to help you find out. Contact us for a free trial. Additional incentives are available if you’re willing to let us publish the results!