Gone are the days when basic information on a landing page will convert leads into sales. Your website – your number one salesperson – is often the first encounter a potential customer will have with your business. It must reflect YOU and solve your customers’ problems easily.
Are you reassessing and realigning your company’s operations strategies for the new selling paradigm we are all facing? If so, where do you focus your efforts to optimize growth – business operations strategies or revenue operations strategies, or both?
Are you one of those? Are you just like all the other marketing companies? Engineering firms? Technology companies? CEOs or business owners? To the untrained, public eye, all businesses are clumped together in categories without differentiators – there is a magical ripple effect of sameness from one marketing company to the next, one tech company to the next, and so on.
When it comes to lowering your customer acquisition cost (CAC) and increasing revenue, it’s no longer optional to have a Customer Relationship Management tool or “CRM” and not use it to its fullest extent. Especially now – we are in the age of digital selling and customer relations like never before.
Atomic Revenue is excited to announce a new subsidiary, AuVis, Inc., dedicated to full-service business intelligence and automated data visualization solutions.
AuVis, Inc. (short for Automated Visualization) will launch with one initial product offering, Molecule, a cloud-based KPI reporting solution with a unique subscription model. Over the past two and a half years, Atomic Revenue developed Molecule to provide clients with a more cost-effective solution for data access, visualization, and analytics. Originally envisioned as a performance reporting tool for their customers, Atomic Revenue’s team of wicked smart, self-directed problem solvers realized the broader application of their data analysis processes.
The world has changed and like it or not, our work flows are changing too. As wicked smart, self-directed, problem solvers in the B2B space, we are grateful for a healthy #worklifeblend. Our coast-to-coast Atomic Revenue team is well versed in virtual work - it’s how we break down the roads and walls that separate us from accessing top talent and achieving greater customer success. But, we can’t say we didn’t fall under the spell of overachieving with all of our newfound “social distancing downtime.” Squirrel!
What if you walked into a doctor’s office, and without discussing your symptoms, he or she offered a course of treatment and presented a diagnosis – would you feel comfortable?
The beauty of the EOS® model is that it provides consistent, repetitive guidelines and tasks that help you streamline how you monitor your business’s success through habit development. By using your EOS compatible scorecard to set up your goals and keep them consistent, you’ll eventually track your actions out of habit, without thinking about the tracking aspect. It becomes second nature when you switch from thinking about HOW your tasks are tracked to accepting that the data IS tracked. This allows you to focus on developing actionable plans based on the reported data.
Marketing and sales leaders, customer service and finance leadership teams – even company executives – are struggling daily with how best to AMP-up their revenue production. Many companies make worthy attempts to address their lackluster revenue performance through one-off tactics that range from hiring, firing, and changing sales/marketing roles, to internal digital solutions and customer marketing – to no avail. Sound familiar?
When considering your leadership team, it’s important to reflect on your company’s values. What do your customers and employees value about your organization? Is your business model still relevant today? Will it be relevant to future generations?