With emphasis on customer experience and increasing competition, dealerships are now integrating CRMs with existing DMS to better capture and serve leads, manage customer expectations and analyse sales efforts. For an automaker in the heavy vehicles space where orders are greater (fleet) with extended purchase time and complex financing, a CRM needs to account for all such requirements and deliver insights to management in the form of reports and forecast.
How would such a digital intervention manage leads and peripheral tasks?
Heavy vehicle sales are riddled with fleet orders, extended purchase time and complex financing. In such scenarios, the CRM needs to not only manage leads, but also and preserve context of the vehicle order configuration, EMI calculations and finance applications. Providing a single platform that would cater to the entire sales journey and process documentation was the need of the hour.
Capturing lead details and gathering requirements demanded extra efforts as earlier sales execs were prone to paperwork.
For insights to be drawn, the dashboard needed to reflect the sales pipeline with actual and target figures.
From pro formas to credit application, documentation is an integral part of the service provided.
Creating opportunities from accounts required keeping sales items configured as per request from customers. At times, given the time taken for a sales to convert, there would be updates to the original demand that needed to be recorded.
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Attempts vs correctly completed tasks
Leads management made convenient through tracking and updating sales stage
Sales Funnel movement for on-going and upcoming opportunities within accounts
Credit application for customers to help them with finance terms and transactions
Follow up communication with customers with tracking and scheduling abilities
Dashboard for sales reps to have an overview of activities and reminders for daily tasks