Sales reps need to earn their keep by bringing in regular business. How as the business owner, do you ensure they are fulfilling their duty to visit so many customers in a day and take so many orders when they work so remotely in the field and you are office based?
When you’re the successful and renowned food distributor Petty Wood, you need to know your sales order processing is in good hands. This is why Aspin take great pride in providing their PixSell iPad ordering system for the Petty Wood sales reps.
As a sales person, you need to be hitting it off regularly with both new and existing customers. In order to kiss more princesses than frogs, it’s important to make sure every visit counts. This means prioritising visits to outlets most likely to result in sizeable orders. In reality though, it can be difficult to make the right selections.
Chippenham based Bulk Hardware distribute pre-packed hardware and DIY products and are members of BHETA alongside Aspin. With over ten years of working together, Aspin are pleased to provide such a reliable and useful service to Bulk Hardware and their sales reps.
Version 2.2.001 will be released onto the App Store on this beautiful sunny day!
Release date: Tuesday 30th June 2015, by 1pm in the UK, 8am EDT in North America and late evening in Australia.
Using AMSolve on a day to day basis means you have a lot of data available for reporting purposes. Although there are many reports and listings available from within the AMSolve application itself, from time to time you may well need to produce a custom report.
When Bonds came to update their order taking system in 2014, they had a certain level of expectation within their requirement. Fast forward to 2015, and Aspin have surpassed those expectations and the 30 strong mobile sales team employed by Bonds are visiting their retail customers to take orders with PixSell iPad ordering.
There is no doubt for Half Moon Bay that eCommerce is a solid part of their B2B sales strategy and consequently at the core of their business development. Having used eCommerce for some years, in 2014 – Half Moon Bay identified additional requirements within their eCommerce strategy. “We felt the back end content management was a restriction rather than a catalyst, and the site required a visual overhaul.”