17 Quotes That Are Sure to Get your Sales Team Fired Up in 2018

Sales can be daunting at times and motivation is hard to come by. If you’ve ever managed a team, or if you are part of one, you’ve probably already noticed that small details can effectively change the workplace.

I bet you’ve had some days where no one in the office is engaged. We know that it’s hard for your team to hit those quotas, and make endless cold calls. I’m sure you’ve also asked yourself if it’s possible to “inject” a dose of energy to get your guys riled up again. Well, we have something that can do just that: inspirational
quotes!

Have you ever stumble upon a simple yet powerful message or sentence that completely changed your day? We all have been there. That’s why we consistently bet on meaningful words to transform our mood and renew our team’s spirit! And we always win doing so.

Check out these 17 inspirational quotes that have helped us get out of bed, destroy those sales goals and leave work feeling accomplished and successful (you can even download them in full resolution for free!):

1 – “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” — Jim Ryun.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” — Jim Ryun.

 

2 – “Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” — Wayne Dyer.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” — Wayne Dyer.

 

3 – “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” — Arthur Ashe.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” — Arthur Ashe.

 

4 – “There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes. But with hard work, there are no limits.” — Michael Phelps.

Sales Motivational Quote: “There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes. But with hard work, there are no limits.” — Michael Phelps.

 

5 – “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” — Tony Robbins.

Sales Motivational Quote: "Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible." — Tony Robbins.

 

6 – “Nothing will work unless you do.” — Maya Angelou.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Nothing will work unless you do.” — Maya Angelou.

 

7 – “Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” — Aristotle.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” — Aristotle.

 

8 – “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” — Alice Walker.

Sales Motivational Quote: “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” — Alice Walker.

 

9 – “Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.” — Charles Swindoll.

Sales Motivational Quote:“Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.” — Charles Swindoll.

 

10 – “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” — Les Brown.

Sales Motivational Quote:“Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” — Les Brown.

 

11 – “Action is the foundational key to all success.” — Pablo Picasso.

Sales Motivational Quote:“Action is the foundational key to all success.” — Pablo Picasso.

 

12 – “What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.” — Plutarch.

Sales Motivational Quote: “What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.” — Plutarch.

 

13 – “Change your thoughts and you change your world.” — Norman Vincent Peale.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Change your thoughts and you change your world.” — Norman Vincent Peale.

 

14 – “To be successful you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can’t just accept the ones you like.” — Mike Gafka.

Sales Motivational Quote: “To be successful you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can’t just accept the ones you like.” — Mike Gafka.

 

15 – “Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” — Truman Capote.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” — Truman Capote.

 

16 – “The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.” — Amelia Earhart.

Sales Motivational Quote: “The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.” — Amelia Earhart.

 

17 – “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out.” — Robert Collier.

Sales Motivational Quote: “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out.” — Robert Collier.

 

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Real-Time Leaderboards: the must-have gamification solution for any sales team!

In our previous posts we’ve seen how gamification in the workplace presents many significant advantages both for companies and for employees.

This innovative approach has proven to be a powerful tool not only to improve productivity levels but also to find and retain talent, promote collaboration among team members, motivate self improvement and help employees understand the ultimate goals of the organization.

All this sounds awesome in theory, but there’s a catch. There is no simple way to break down gamification because the number of options that companies can choose to implement can be overwhelming.

However, we got it all figured out. One of the most sound gamification solutions, that best fits the needs of your sales reps, is something that we have found through our constant research and investigations.

Our Leaderboards are a new way to inspire a culture of success, both for individuals and teams. This real-time recognition tool displays performance indicators for sales, marketing, and customer service, in a clear and visually appealing style. A style that can also be customized to promote the organization’s culture and overall goals!

The leaderboards are made to recognize achievements and with this keep your team motivated! If you’re curious to see how they work, the video below will do just that!

 

What can you offer your team with each type of Leaderboard?

 

Establishing and Recognizing Goals

Imagine that your team needs to make-it-big in an upcoming ticket sale.

The first slide shows the number of phone calls and emails each seller has made, in real time. The second one displays the value of opportunities won.

This kind of metric is designed to motivate the sales team to increase their numbers in a fun way. For example through sales contests.

 

Celebrating achievements

One of our most exciting features is what we like to call a Big Event. In other words, a unique moment to trigger instant recognition to those who hit a homerun. This will not only create an instance of excitement in the office, but also encourage other team members to be the next big winners.


 

Creating awareness

Our leaderboard can also be set to display a dynamic value of total sales for the week, or any other global value that you want to track and relate to your teams daily tasks. This is a great way to encourage teamwork, provide transparency of information, and further engage individuals with the main goals of your organization.

On the other hand, the bar graph that shows ticket sales by type, is an easy method to report on sales performances as well as spotting problematic areas to redouble efforts.

Also, the upcoming season Countdown Slide helps to visualize important milestones driving a sense of urgency and deadline.

 

Improving communication

Like we pointed out before, one of the main advantages of Hurrah! is its capacity to become the ultimate communication tool for the entire team. For example, to announce meetings, important news and events, or even the latest gathering to order pizza, Hurrah! Can be setup to display accordingly.

Finally, don’t forget the possibility to share impressive Tableau reports live with your team. Showing all that important data they need to enhance their performance.

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Top 5 secrets for pulling off a record-breaking sales contest

In our previous post, we talked about the importance of engaging millennials at work. This time we will uncover the 5 top secrets for running a sales contest that leads to a record-breaking month for revenues. Ready to find out how to motivate your sales team?

 

Sales contests are a powerful tool to motivate young people both individually and as a team. Just like we pointed out in our last post, millennials are known for being the talent that’s trickiest to retain in the workplace because they are unlike any of the generations that have come before them.

So, when it comes to making these energetic and autonomous professionals compete with each other, especially in very stressful sales environments, every input counts.

At CRMGamified, we live off of the challenge of trying exciting, new ways to implement gamification that help your company’s sales reach the next level. That’s why we won’t be shy in this post when it comes to sharing our best advice stemming from our several years of experience and trial-and-error.

Ready to ignite the motivations of your sales teams, including those of your millennial hires? Here are our 5 top sales contest secrets you need to know before even thinking about implementing this gamification tactic in your department:

 

Remember the importance of being visual

 

Recognition, incentives and coaching are usually the three main things that come to mind when you think of sales contests. If you want to achieve good results in all three by using this powerful tool, you need to keep in mind the importance of being visual.

What do we mean by that?

Well, it’s proven that contests are most effective when the team is able to actually see the progress it’s making right in front of their eyes. For example, our Hurrah! Leaderboards helps to view the changing statistics in real time in a fun and innovative way, which works as a terrific incentive, both for competing and collaborating.

Technology is your main ally

 

Following up with the previous point, there’s hardly any other more effective way to catch the millennial’s eye than through technology. Practically born with smartphones in their hands, millennials are accustomed to engaging with multiple screens at the same time.

With an extremely easy to use and highly customizable interface, Hurrah! Leaderboards is sure to take your CRM experience to the next level by showcasing rankings and metrics, or playing music, announcements or videos to liven up the workday on tv screens and/or individual computers.

Don’t be afraid to break the mold by bringing the techie millennial spirit into play!

 

Set the right goals and incentives

It’s human nature to try to improve. However, in order to do so, you have to have a clear picture of what you really want to achieve. Not only is this true in life, but the same goes in sales. Therefore, it is essential for your sales team to have outlined goals as well as incentives.

And, we are not just talking about money. In fact, for the millennial generation, working is not just a mere obligation nor a social mandate. When it comes to their professional lives, millennials are looking to have a rich experience that is not only rewarding, but meaningful, challenging, and flexible.

Keep this in mind when you think of what kind of incentives you are going to put in place during the contest. Remember that a day of vacation or even a free license to get creative during office hours are highly appreciated.

Finally, don’t forget that contests have to be implemented with a clear communication strategy. This means not only being able to set the rules and make sure they are followed, but to listen carefully to all the feedback given by the sales team during the process.

Not everything is about volume

 

Don’t get us wrong. Volume is important when we talk about sales and productivity in general. However, it’s a common mistake to think that every competition has to be about volume. Within your industry, it’s very likely that there are a few big players you’d love to have as clients. Getting their attention is one big goal that can be turned into a contest.

More so, you can also think of a way to encourage better customer service through special rewards and prizes.

Never forget the importance of having a way to survey your customers, either after they’ve completed a purchase, or periodically, according to your needs.

Don’t underestimate the surprise factor

 

Sales aside, contests are often intended to create an environment where players support and encourage one another.

However, one of the main challenges is to not put each of your team members against each other. To keep up the healthy competition, you need to encourage every sales person to work in a collaborative way to reach certain objectives.

This balance is not always easy to achieve, and that’s where the surprise factor comes into play.

First of all, everyone needs to know and truly feel that they have an equal opportunity for success. That’s why it’s highly recommended to distribute the leads wisely and yet maintain the mystery and excitement of the game.

Even though the person who converts the most sales will win the prize, everyone should feel the motivation to participate, learn and, of course, have fun during the process. Think about, for example, implementing a system in which the winning member gets to choose their reward. There are hundreds of ways to customize rewards, taking personal tastes and personality into account.

And there you have it! With these 5 secrets for successful sales contests, you will be able to run a contest that turns your team into a lean, mean sales machine!

 

To learn more about how Hurrah! Leaderboards can help you exponentially improve your sales contest effectiveness, schedule a demo today!

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Announcing Hurrah! Leaderboard Enterprise Edition with multiple datasource integration

It’s been a busy first half for our Customer Success representatives, who are in charge of signing new companies up every month. They thoroughly guide every new client through our innovative real-time leaderboards and enterprise gamification processes.

Whether it was the Sales or Customer Service crew of a recognized Sports team, a Professional Service, or an IT shop, we have come to the conclusion that they were all facing similar challenges before knowing about Hurrah!. Although some of them were already tracking their team’s performance by sketching a set of business goals on a whiteboard or online spreadsheet, their method was very basic and old-fashioned. Hurrah! has been specifically designed to automate and improve such process. It minimizes the hassle while providing an extremely friendly way for employees to stay tuned with their goals, as well as keeping them motivated over time while driving CRM adoption and boosting performance.

One key aspect of our successful leaderboard and performance monitoring tool, is the ability to pull data in real time from the existing CRM system. Over the past couple of years, several of our fellow partners successfully implemented Hurrah!, and soon they came back to us with a feature request that caught our attention: the ability to pull some specific data from other data sources, since the information was not always available within Dynamics CRM.

Our product development team took this challenge and isolated themselves from the external world for a few months. Today, after gaining some pounds, and performing lots of testing, we are proud to announce the results:

Hurrah! Leaderboards is now able to connect with the most popular enterprise database systems, and even Excel sheets!

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So, what does this mean for a Sales or Customer Service Manager?

Well, either as a fellow partner or as a Dynamics CRM enthusiast, you will not only experience the same level of connectivity you currently have with your favorite CRM, but also with other popular databases. Do you love our multi column chart slide but have some sales data stored in the Phone Systems and Call Center software? Now, you can mix it up with all that rich data stored somewhere else (Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, and Excel, to name a few), and broadcast it right away on the TV screens.  Do you want to congratulate and launch the big event based on some valuable data stored in an external system, either an ERP or a billing system? No problem!

Obviously, this also opens the door to non-Dynamics CRM teams, allowing Hurrah! to fit in more spaces. Eventually, it would also allow every organization who is willing to experience the excitement of live motivation, engagement, and success, without considering the system they use to store data and CRM activities.

We trust this feature opens a wide variety of possibilities, making the broadcast of valuable information a lot easier, regardless of its location.

Another feature we included in this new release, thanks to our customer’s feedback, is the Metric Customization Platform. Metrics are now easier to setup than ever, directly from the administration console (yes, the one that looks like PowerPoint™), just with some quick help from your IT guy and zero dependance on our implementation team.

Feeling excited, right? We encourage you to upgrade for free to the latest version of Hurrah! Enterprise as soon as possible, or ask for a Live Demo and see how it could easily plug into your non-Microsoft CRM system.
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Ale Morales
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How Gamification is revitalizing the Sports industry

These days, it is not unusual to hear of companies using fantasy sport teams as part of their sales gamification strategy. Dividing a sales force up into ‘teams’ improves sales team performance and improves sales pipeline quality through better CRM use, but a new trend observed by CRM Gamified finds that sports organizations themselves are enthusiastically embracing gamification strategies for their own sales team organizations.

This is not surprising given the recent increase in sales for sporting events. The NBA alone set record attendance for the 2015-2016 season with over 21 million fans attending games and making a record for sellouts (723). With a need to manage large sales departments that are handling high volumes of ticket sales, gamification works particularly well with sports organizations to help sales teams benchmark performance, increase data reporting accuracy and increase sales.

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While most sales trainings include a thorough onboarding process, they do little to ensure that reps will have an ongoing opportunity to advance their knowledge retention and selling skills. According to a recent white paper on the future of sales training by Sales Performance International, “without systematic, ongoing learning and reinforcement, approximately 50% of the learning content is not retained within five weeks, much less applied, and within 90 days, 84% of what was initially learned is lost.” This highlights the need for a gamification product that is not only user-friendly, but can continually be honing salespersons’ skills via the application of competition and engaging leaderboards.

The Hurrah! Leaderboard® by CRM Gamified is an example of this type of dynamic leaderboard that shares sales data from CRM and engages sales teams with game elements such as rankings, awards and recognition, all which can be tailored to the individual (custom alert songs, etc.). Further, when sales are made, details and custom sounds are displayed for everyone to see. These audio-visual cues serve to motivate the reps to make more sales and display accurate data. Meanwhile, lower sales performers are able to witness the best practices of higher sales makers and their corresponding revenue, which in turn, motivates them to increase their sales.

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These elements of the Hurrah! Leaderboard make it a particularly compelling tool for sports organizations. The Dallas Cowboys, for example, are just one of many top sport leagues that have experienced success with the Hurrah! Leaderboard, especially appreciating the “live” recording and broadcasting of data via the Big Event alerts that the leaderboard utilizes. Using a set of pre-defined KPIs specific to the sports industry (Won Ticket Sales Opportunity, Won Renewal Ticket Cases, Total Full Season Revenue, Premium Pack Revenue to name a few examples), the Dallas Cowboys sales department chose the Hurrah! Leaderboard for its real time reporting and tracking features combined with the audio-visual cues for motivating the sales team. As PJ Pepa, CRM Manager at the Dallas Cowboys states, “when using gamification software, use the best technology available with Hurrah! CRM!”

Using Gamification to Improve CRM Engagement

2137737248_318e717653_oEncouraging employees to adopt a new technology within any organization can be challenging. Significant time and money is invested into a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to be set up specifically to meet a company’s requirements. The CRM is a key sales tool for tracking potential and existing customers. It is crucial that data is entered accurately and in a timely manner in the CRM system. This data will be used in making key business decisions within the company.

 

An organization knows that in order to see the returns on their investment in a CRM system, a variety of measurements and ways to encourage and motivate the employees to use the system need to be in place. Some approaches to encourage and motivate an employee are more effective than others, but how is one supposed to choose which approach is the best.

CRMGamified has modernized an old approach by leveraging gamification mechanics and applying it to human behavior. Gamification is designed to overcome existing obstacles that prevent or hinder employees from adopting a new technology. It promotes human behaviors that will lead to increasing the quantity and quality of customer data.

Problem Statement

More than ever, companies are implementing CRM systems. The gathering of customer data can be a key deciding factor in a company’s initiatives and direction it takes in developing and selling its products. The data needs to be entered by employees who have customer facing roles accurately and in a timely manner.

Problems start when data is not being entered or it is not entered accurately. There are many reasons why a user does not enter the data. The following is a summary of some of the challenges a company has when trying to encourage an employee to adopt and use the CRM.

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After a CRM system is implemented, data needs to be added to the system to create the reports required to facilitate decisions. If a user is asked to add data and they do not understand why this data is being entered or how it will be used to make corporate decisions, the data entry will get de-prioritized over other work that is perceived as more important.

Accuracy of the information

Data is being entered into the CRM system, but what is the quality of the data being inputted. Perhaps there is some uncertainty among the sales people as to the type of information that should be entered or the information is too general. When the time comes for a decision to be made about a customer, there may not be sufficient data to make an informed decision.

Lack of involvement of in the CRM project,

When the key users of the system are not involved in the initial stages of the CRM project, the CRM may not properly take into account the work processes in place. The CRM is supposed to facilitate work and decisions not hinder them. Certain decisions may have been made that the user may not understanding. The end result is resistance to using the CRM or feeling that the CRM creates more work for them by not incorporating their feedback into the project, a great way to get their buy in is from the start of the CRM implementation.

wipe-97583_960_720Regular cleanup of the data to remove redundancy

Poorly entered data could generate redundant data and create inaccuracies in the CRM reports. Data needs to be reviewed periodically to remove any redundant records. Regularly cleaning up the data ensures the quality of the data.

Training

Training is essential for the adoption of the CRM. If a user does not know how to use the CRM, the data will be entered incorrectly. Follow up training is necessary to cover any new or revised work processes. Users may feel attending the training not necessary and may want to focus their efforts on selling. This type of thinking impacts the quantity and quality of data.

There are many tactics that can be utilized to encourage and motivate employees to use a CRM system. This white paper explores the use of gamification as one tactic to motivate a user and improve the quality and quantity of data entry in a CRM system.”

The CRM Gamification Solution

iconFooterThe implementation of a recognition and reward system encourages and motivates employees to use the CRM system. Ultimately you want to reward and recognize desirable behaviors. Achievement and recognition are the top two motivation factors. These factors need to be in place for an employee to have satisfaction at work. The reward system can use points, badges, rankings, leaderboards, levels, missions, and real-time feedback to motivate and reward employees for their efforts.

What is Gamification

This is where the use of gamification tactics come in. Gamification is taking an activity that is perceived as dull and uninteresting and injecting some fun into it. Gamification uses game design techniques to motivate people to achieve their goals. It is about taking an application and applying game mechanics to make it engaging. It is used to reward users for their contributions.

Where to Apply Gamification in CRM

Gamification can be used to encourage behaviors that you want users to adopt. Include gamification in your sales methodology. For example, if a sales person makes a new contact, this person receives 1 point. Make a new contact in one of your target accounts, obtain 2 points. If a person makes x number of sales calls, this person receives three points.

Create some healthy competition by using a leaderboard. Post the names of sales people and their sales by highest sales first. The people with the lower sales numbers will want to catchup and even surpass the leader.

Create levels, for example Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Different rewards can be established at each level.

Why Gamification Works

Gamification works because it motivates employees to embrace CRM as a tool to facilitate their daily work. People like to play and compete in games. Gamification to CRM systems does just that. The more badges and points that a user has, this user is perceived as the guru of the CRM system. This user becomes the go-to person. Gamification creates that award system to recognize a person for their achievements

Having accurate data entered in a timely manner is crucial to a company’s CRM system. The CRM system is a key tool to facilitate decisions for customers. Without good data, effective decisions cannot be made.

Gamification is one tactic to ensuring that the necessary data is entered and is an effective means to motivate users by rewarding and encouraging specific behaviors to generate sales success.

Gamification takes advantage of human nature such as the desire to be acknowledged and rewarded for achievements. It plays on an individual’s competitive side by motivating them to try and be the best.

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Dallas Cowboys use Hurrah! to Motivate Reps and Increase Sales!

Cowboys_Stadium_fieldThe Dallas Cowboys hold several sporting honors, including being the only NFL team to record 20 straight winning seasons.

The Cowboys have a robust sales department that had already been using a CRM since 2007 to track and log sales, but they were lacking a reporting tool.

 

After seeing the way the Hurrah! system’s Big Event alerts worked when sales were recorded, the CRM management team got excited—and knew that if it attracted their attention, it would do the same for their sales reps!

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See how Hurrah! helped Dallas Cowboys Motivate Reps and Increase Sales!

Tired of updating leaderboards manually? Welcome to the new era of Real Time Leaderboards!

It is well known that monitoring operations based on “Activity and Results” KPI’s is essential for any Call Center or Telemarketing team. In the end, choosing those vital metrics and monitoring them, is what makes them succeed or not.

Some time ago, this important procedure was done poorly with a delay in showing reports, sometimes waiting weeks or even months. Nowadays the cutting edge call centers can monitor their key metrics in real time, allowing faster interaction and instant feedback. This finally streamlines their operations and improves the motivation of the people involved.

A variety of leaderboards and reporting solutions are available in the market, but the ones that actually work are the ones able to show instant updates automatically. Usually they are directly connected to the original data sources: such as CRM Systems, Data Warehouses, Sales Datamarts, Phone Systems, etc.

Non-real time solutions

There are also some solutions (even with a fancy front end) that require in-between files such as Excel spreadsheets or .txt files. We call that type of technology: a “non-real time” solution.

These types of tools are usually much easier to configure and they can start operating in a matter of minutes, however there are some important disadvantages:

 

15988-female-hands-typing-on-a-laptop-keyboard-pv 1) Someone is required to manually update the Excel/txt files, increasing the risk of mistakes or errors that may lead to unwanted actions… What happen if that person has a day-off at work?

 

 

2) It represents an additional non insignificant cost. Let’s suppose the person needs 15 minutes 4 times a day to upload this data. He will be wasting 1 productive hour a day in this particular task. Considering an average cost/time of $30 an hour per person….in a month the investment will be $600, which means $7.200 by year.

 

64368770_7bce91daf6_o (1)3) In Call Centers and Telemarketing, the operations are so intense that measuring the streamline of the business must be done more often. If we use a Monitor/Leaderboard system updated by hand, an employee would have to do this tedious task at least 8 to 10 times a day resulting in personal fatigue and discouragement.

 

4) Tracking live scores make people feel more excited, no instant feedback is possible using Excel files. We prefer to celebrate specific outstanding actions (or results) at the same moment they occur.
For instance if someone calls 50 clients in a week or closes a $50k deal, a REAL TIME solution catches the event and shares the action with everybody at the same moment the person accomplishes the goal.
There is a huge difference between having that information LIVE, than waiting 24 hours until the data can be refreshed by someone editing an Excel file. Something similar happens if someone wins 2 or 3 positions in a leaderboard or if someone climbs to the 1st position. People want to see the changes in the metrics and in the leaderboard immediately, right at the moment it happens.

Leaderboard/Reporting Solutions help companies to track KPI’s and make them visible for everybody. They also aid companies to design tournaments and contests among their people invoking an intense sense of competition and self-improvement.

But… which group of Reporting/Leaderboard solutions is less risky and cheaper? Which one represents a more powerful solution to motivate teams?

Those that, even being easier to deploy, require in-between files updated by people? Or those that take the data directly from the source showing it clearly to anyone in the office?

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Alejandro Morales
CEO CRMGamified

The Minnesota Timberwolves Win BIG with Sales Motivation Technology

012308-TC-Twolves001The history of the Minnesota Timberwolves, an NBA expansion team formed in 1989 is full of great players and impressive accomplishments. They headed to the playoffs 8 consecutive times from 97-2004 and beat Michael Jordan and the Bulls in their heyday.

 
Their Sales team also has a proud history, setting the league attendance record their first year in existence, drawing more than a million fans.

 
See how Hurrah! created the same excitement in their offices as on the court!

 

Boston Celtics Crashing the Sales Boards with Hurrah!

^69972C1013CD44DD0A705EA0F142E76F9BF9C78E2B1341FE90^pimgpsh_fullsize_distrThe Boston Celtics, the most successful NBA franchise with 17 championships – more than any other NBA club – has relied on both its historical legacy and modern technology to achieve sales growth.

The Celtics sales team knew about respecting the trust of the fan
and bonding season ticket holders with the team long-term as a
priority, but measuring sales and encouraging the sales group was another story.

 

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Hurrah! Live in the Boston Celtics Offices

 

See how Hurrah! became an exciting tool to develop their own sales tournament!

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