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The effectiveness of your sales strategy may be measured by how well your reps highlight relevant solution features, convey price position, or follow up with prospects to win deals. However, if you’re only measuring these interactions from the sales perspective, you’ll miss a large part of the story of why you win or lose.
Only by tapping into the voice of your buyers and customers can you understand how buyers truly perceive your sales approach and how it impacts win rate.
NPS (Net Promoter Score) is a metric all B2B organizations should be measuring. In this economic climate, customer retention is at the forefront of every Chief Revenue Officer’s mind – and, as the age-old saying goes, “It’s less expensive to keep a customer than it is to gain a customer.”
As B2B sales and customer experience teams put additional focus on renewing and growing existing accounts, it’s important to understand the metrics, indicators, and red flags associated with customer churn. Customer churn prevention begins at the start of the customer journey and its likelihood should be measured throughout.
We studied the feedback of over 7500 buyers and customers to understand how NPS correlates with churn and customer retention. Here’s what we found.
In today’s uncertain economic climate, many sales reps may feel like their pipelines are drying up – which means it’s all the more important to source as many warm leads as possible.
One often overlooked option for finding additional leads is returning to deals previously thought to be lost – your “No Decisions.”
This might seem like a waste, but it turns out that almost one-third of the time, sales reps are incorrectly classifying “No Decision” or “Pending” deals as losses in their CRM.
That means that on average, approximately one-third of your losses may be primed for re-engagement.
As 2022 comes to an end, one question that is top of mind for many sales organizations is one of customer retention. Facing an uncertain macroeconomic outlook and the reality that customer acquisition is significantly more expensive than customer retention, many sales leaders are looking for ways to secure the renewals of their existing customers and shore up a precarious pipeline.
Our team has analyzed the responses of over 2000 respondents and investigated the most important metrics that separate the secured clients who identify themselves as “certain to renew” from churn risks who are “doubtful to renew”. Based on this feedback, we’ve identified three critical warning signs of potential churn: