Every detail of an Opportunity
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This is a comprehensive set of data to help you to leverage sales progress and to understand challenges through the use of 100% live data gathered and processed from email clients, calendars and Salesforce. On this all-inclusive pad, you get:
All emails, meetings and attachments of an Opportunity in one place¶
On this chart, you can find all communication scattered on the time line. Data plots correspond to one of three types of activity: a meeting, an inbound, and an outbound email. Besides the data plots, important changes such as Close Date Change, Amount Change, First and Last Touches also get reflected on the chart for easier pipeline analytics.
Drill down to the point
By clicking on any given data plot, you can see the actual communication activities in the pop-up, from which you can read any given email or see details of a meeting.
Relationship Intelligence on the People chart¶
This is interactive relationship sales chart. Here, you can see who of your colleagues has been in touch with representatives of the opportunity, and how much total time communication has accumulated in minutes.
Drill down to the point
By clicking on any given communication path, you can see the actual activities which made it to the accumulated time appeared in a pop-up, from which you can read any given email or see details of a meeting.
Contacts who appear on the customers' side of the chart (the right side), have additional elements which help you to identify:
- if a contact is in Salesforce; if not, then also a button to create a contact seamlessly in Salesforce and associate with the opportunity.
- contact card which has data parsed from email from the contact and information stored in Salesforce.
In the engagement highlights block, you can grasp quickly what was the most recent meeting, inbound and outbound emails with representatives of an opportunity.
Also very important "What's next" section which may be scrapped from calendar if that is a meeting, or else filled up manually by accountable colleague.
Change history reflects all what changes has been made to an opportunity and how many times.
On the same page there are signals related to the opportunity. For more information about Revenue Signals, refer to this article.
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