SIPs are used to incentives sales professionals where total dollars sold is not a precise measure of sales productivity. This is usually due to the complexity or length of the sales process or where a sale is completed not by an individual but by a team of people, each contributing unique skills to the sales process. SIPs are used to encourage and compensate each member of the sales team as he/she contributes to the team's ability to sell. It is not uncommon for the members of such teams to be located in different physical locations (often working in different countries) and for the product introduction to happen in one location and the purchase of such a product to occur in another location.
Sales Incentive plans are best managed by a sales incentive management software package rather than using Excel. These programs are the most flexible way to manage sales incentive reporting and commission plan payments. It improves sales by increasing engagement, focusing performance and rewarding clients. Sales are improved by increasing engagement, focusing performance and rewarding results. Sales incentive management software packages solve headaches by accounting for the complex and changing relationships between sales people, managers, territories, products, and customers – for multiple role-based plans over different time periods .
Benchmark report: sales incentive programs. (survey of market developement funds, spiff payments and co-op advertising used by software publishers and resellers)
Jun 22, 1990; BENCHMARK REPORT: SALES INCENTIVE PROGRAMS For years, software companies have relied on a variety of sales incentive...
LaunchSpring, a Leading Sales Incentive Company, Combines the Power of Social Networking With Incentive Management to Drive Sales Performance.
Apr 21, 2009; LaunchSpring, LLC announces it will introduce Channel Forward, the world's first incentive network, in spring of this year....