ourlinQ for Sales Teams

How It Works

You ask a lot of your sales team. Yet, your business doesn’t exist without sales, so expecting them to hit their targets is crucial to your success. You hire your sales team to do one job, sell! Sales team performance can be tracked based on the sum of the small tasks that add up to a sale or by focusing on the closed deal itself. Regardless, your sales team performance can be easily monitored by tracking the right KPIs. Regularly sharing those KPIs is a proven way to improve their performance. Visibly showing their up-to-date KPIs with their commissions is performance inspiring magic.

Sales seeing the rewards from their new performance software

Incentives For Your Sales Team

Sales team incentives should target their role in selling your product or service. The two incentive rules shown are proven methods of motivating your sales team to keep those deals closing. Alternate incentive rules in our expanding library include the following KPIs: total calls made, emails sent, demos attended, profit generated, sales efficiency, close rate and more.

Building Your Sales Team’s Incentive Plan

Your system will come pre-populated with proven commission rules that ourlinQ clients have shown will motivate your sales team members. Simply upload your employees and apply the incentive rules that will target the tasks that drive sales in your organization. Or build your own custom incentive rule to achieve your next sales initiative.

How Much Should I Reward My Team?

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Personal Support Worker (PSW) & Registered Nurse (RN

PSWs and RNs are the core of your care team. There are several factors that indicate the performance of a PSW or RN. They should be rewarded when they hit their production target goals and for providing quality services. The incentive template for a PSW or RN is based on a combination of incentives for production and quality. Contact our team to assist you in building out alternate incentive rules using any of the following KPIs: paperwork completion, visits per day, length of service, service failures, or client turnover rate.