Generating quotes in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales can be frustrating. It takes several mouse clicks to add an inventory item to an Opportunity or Quote. Add multiple items to a quote and the time really adds up!
If the pricing in the system is inaccurate or reps use outdated discounts, then calculation errors, inconsistency, and legal compliance issues cause further delays.
Only 38% of companies are sending out accurate price quotes. (Aberdeen Group) Manual sales processes lead to errors, time wasted, and money left on the table.
The ability to efficiently create accurate price quotes is crucial to accelerating sales cycles, increasing business growth, and ensuring your customers have a positive buying experience.
However, the process can involve numerous product configuration parameters that make it a time-consuming and error-prone task.
With so many variables to consider, sales reps often find themselves manually computing prices and then using tools such as Excel or Word to submit a quote or proposal. This tedious process leads to several issues, including:
Configurable wizards walk salespeople step-by-step through each customer engagement, so salespeople create personalized quotes within minutes.
Employ digital sales proposals instead of Word or Excel. With a digital proposal, one point of interaction replaces multiple files. Your customers can share proposals with internal stakeholders with just a couple of clicks.
Real-time alerts on customer engagement allow salespeople to quickly identify customer intent and track deal progress. They can see which content is resonating and use these insights to inform their conversations with prospects.
DealHub CPQ integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales automates the sales quoting process, making sales quoting simple and fast. Send accurate, branded, professional sales proposals, and track buyer interaction with those quotes.
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