Compensation managers know that, although budgets are tight, top performers still insist on being rewarded. This complimentary SuccessFactors white paper shows how you can create a strong compensation program. Download it today.
Compensation managers know that, although budgets are tight, top performers insist on being rewarded. Like never before, the pressure is on to structure incentive plans that ensure that rainmakers stay with an organization. This complimentary SuccessFactors white paper shows how to create a strong compensation program. Download it today.
Read on to discover how companies are designing and administering their sales compensation plans, and to get additional considerations and summary findings from Xactly analysts based on an analysis of the results.
For many companies, 2012 was a year of positive momentum and better results. Consequently, strong optimism influenced planning for 2013, leading to one resounding, emphatic focus: GROWTH. As such, companies geared their compensation plans to focus the sales force on growth. Has it worked? This, at first glance, should be a simple question for sales compensation professionals to answer, but it is often illusive.
This practical, high impact discussion will provide attendees with key practices for how to understand the effectiveness of their sales compensation plans and where to look as they seek to make improvements.
•Key Do's and Don’ts for Assessing Plan Effectiveness
•Core Plan Effectiveness Metrics to Leverage
•Next Steps for Making Improvements
•Learn how technology can be used to sharpen management’s visibility
•Understand the operational efficiencies that can be achieved with Sales Performance Management technology.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Nov 27, 2017
"Your sales compensation plan must align to market practices to attract, motivate, and retain the right talent. But only 20 percent of companies surveyed reported complete alignment between the sales compensation program and company objectives.
To achieve the full benefit of an aligned sales compensation plan and a productive sale force, it is best to streamline the many siloed sales planning processes, including:
• Cost of sales
• Account potential
• Sales capacity
• Territory and quota
• Sales forecasting
Download this white paper to see how successful compensation programs can collate numerous data inputs and align processes to meet business goals."
Over 100 companies participated in Xactly’s inaugural Sales Compensation Administration Best Practices Survey and provided us with information around the processes, approaches, and technologies they use to design and administer their sales compensation programs. The primary focus of this study was to better understand how sales compensation programs are typically managed and to provide companies with information so that they can self-assess where they stand in relation to their peers.
A trending topic amongst Sales Leadership is whether to SPIF, or not to SPIF. Do Sales Performance Incentive Funds (SPIFs) motivate or distract? With Salesforce and Xactly, it all comes down to how you use them!
Sales Compensation planning season is right around the corner, and there’s no better time than now to start preparing! Join compensation expert Robert Blohm, Xactly’s VP of Strategic Services, for an on-demand webinar which will share industry best practices regarding preparation efforts to help ensure you are ready. We’ll cover everything you need to do BEFORE you start designing. With the right preparation, your new plans will be grounded in reality and guided by the best thinking in your organization. Prepare to succeed.
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