Google Sheets, a Google Dashboard, and Your Sales Team

You can learn a lot through the implementation of a Google dashboard. From analytics to AdWords, there’s always another piece of data calling your name.

Recently, at Dasheroo, we released a new Google Sheets feature that you’re going to be excited bout. Here’s what we had to say about it:Screen-Shot-2016-08-25-at-8.30.52-AM

“Now you can track multiple KPIs on ONE chart in your dashboard, up to 5 in fact. So if you want to see how one metric is performing right alongside others, this is the way to do it.”

We can think of many ways this feature will come in handy, especially in regards to your sales team.

With multi-metric tracking, you have the opportunity to track up to five different metrics in one chart. It really is that simple. Take a look for yourself and add this one to your Google dashboard.

With this in mind, let’s take a look at a few ways it can be used to track sales performance and improve results.

1. Track Sales Revenue by Rep

You have many people on your sales team. You know some are performing up to par, while others are lagging behind the group.

With this Google Sheets feature, you can track your salespeople’s revenue against each other.  This allows you to see who’s performing best and who needs to pick up the slack.

2. Track Sales Over Time

At the end of each month (or any other interval), you can use this feature to see how each salesperson is performing as compared to the past.

Is one salesperson consistently making more sales than the month before? Is another experiencing a slow and steady drop-off? Tracking them all in a single graph makes it easy to identify quickly who is doing what.

3. Product Sales

What product performs best for your company? What product is on the verge of being discontinued?

If you can’t answer this question, it may be because you’ve yet to track product sales over a particular period of time.

Our newest feature makes it simple to track up to five product sales, giving you a clear idea of which ones generate the largest percentage of revenue.

Getting started is as simple assigning up for an account, creating a Google dashboard, and using this feature to track a variety of sales data. What are you waiting on?

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