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Raihan Ali
Apr 06, 2022
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Time management is one of the highest requirements email list for success in sales. And the saying “time is money” is especially true for salespeople. They can either spend their time closing more deals or doing a monotonous set of tasks that can cause them to crumble. But according to a study on sales time management, sales reps only spend 37% of their time doing real sales and revenue-generating work! This means that 63% of their time is spent on non-sales activities. Whether it's due to the lack of a defined sales process or the lack of relevant tools, it will ultimately affect your revenue. Sales reps today can rely on sales automation to improve sales productivity. Without automation, a lot of time can be wasted on less important mechanical tasks. In this article, we'll explain how using call disposition codes in your automations can help sales email list reps save time and close more deals. We'll also share quick hacks for using call layout in your automations with activecampaign and justcall, so you can automate many repetitive (but important) tasks. What is the call layout? Call disposition codes are short comments that sales reps use to mark the outcome of a call. These labels are applied to call records to classify or describe a call. Some of the more common disposition codes are "Leave email list voicemail", "Interested" and "Not interested". Sales reps use call disposition codes to indicate: call type reason for call categorization of calls action taken by salesperson action required by contact center how call disposition codes help sales teams using call disposition codes with automation can help salespeople streamline manual and time-consuming tasks, so reps can focus more on selling and less on manual tasks like follow-ups, recording details calls and manually adding information to contact profiles. Here are a few ways call disposition codes make it easier for sales teams:track call disposition codes to understand
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