Manage all your conversations, files and tools in one workspace that’s adaptable for every working style.
Bringing together remote workers, off-site meetings, flexible schedules and multiple communication channels in one place has never been easier.
Sales teams work under high pressure to stay in touch with their accounts, close deals and drive business revenue growth. With so many different things to keep track of sometimes it can be overwhelming.
Especially when all your frequently used websites and apps mean you have multiple windows and tabs open at any one time. Microsoft Teams provides a central hub for all the tools you need to stay organised and exceed your sales targets.
5 ways Microsoft Teams will improve your day if you’re in Sales
Microsoft Teams smartphone app allows you to check your Activity feed for notifications, chat with colleagues and join calls. Stay on top of your workload wherever you are.
Integrations with Power BI and Dynamics mean that you can easily reference your progress towards target and update your leads from a central hub.
Join meetings with your customers straight from Teams. Record the meeting to listen back to later so that you don’t miss any important points.
Easily manage your Team by creating project channels with your team. Add tabs for your project management tools, important documents and more.
Co-author documents and get instant feedback from within your project channel, whether it’s a presentation to a customer or a quote.
Need more customisation to fit with your sales strategy?
Get your techies involved. With the Teams developer platform you can build custom integrations to match your existing business processes.
Collaborate on items in external systems – push information into Teams, pull information on demand, make an embedded web view available
Trigger workflows from conversations – like convert that to a sales lead
Notify your team of important events and meeting outcomes
Embed functionality from other sites and services
The cost of ineffective collaboration:
Less Agile – takes longer to make and execute decisions, go to market and respond to customers
Lower quality – incomplete data and fewer viewpoints means that meaningful decision making becomes less successful
Reduced innovation – lack of information sharing means discoveries aren’t leveraged in other areas