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Research States Women in Sales Have a 10% Greater Win Rate

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Altify Research Stated, "If the salesperson is a Woman you will see a 10% Greater Win Rate" which led the host Patrick Morrissey to discuss how to recruit and hire top women in sales.

Morrissey smiled when he read Altify’s recent research, The Customer Revenue Optimization Benchmark Study 2019, which found that all things being equal, you can generate a 10% greater win rate if the salesperson is a woman.  And research is coming in from many directions with the same message.

To discuss this topic, host Patrick Morrissey interviews Tracy Eiler from Inside View about what it takes to attract and retain women in revenue.

Top players that increase revenue are in demand. Recruiting top revenue creators is taking on a new urgency as companies realize there is competition for talent and those that know how to recruit win over those that don’t know it is a skill. Patrick, therefore, suggests that companies should be hiring women if they want an increase in sales.

Specifically, many companies have found that women in revenue creation and management often are judged to be especially prized as a recent report from CSO Insights - 2018-2019 SALES PERFORMANCE STUDY specifically points out. This is an annual survey of nearly 900 B2B companies that says women in revenue are especially sought and valued.

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About Tracy Eiler

Currently an Executive at Inside View, Tracy Eilier is a revenue-driven SaaS marketing executive with “core DNA” in demand generation and awareness. Co-author of “Aligned to Achieve: How to Unite Your Sales & Marketing Teams into a Single Force for Growth” (Wiley, 2016).

Eiler has driven marketing strategy for companies with a variety of revenue models including freemium, high velocity/small business, midmarket, enterprise, and OEM. Start-up, a public company, and M&A experience. She marketed to line-of-business executives, end users, IT, and C-suite. Metrics-driven across all initiatives. She has a roll-up-the-sleeves attitude with a strategic and creative outlook. Her professional recognition includes: named a B2B Demand Marketing Game Changer, Top 20 Women to Watch in Sales Lead Management, Most Influential Women in B2B Marketing Technology, and Top 35 #WomenInSales

 

Women In Revenue – What it takes to attract and retain the top talent

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In this session, host Patrick Morrissey interviews Tracy Eiler about what it takes to attract and retain women in revenue. 

Top players that increase revenue are in demand, be it attendance at a professional game or products sold in B2B. Recruiting top revenue creators is taking on a new urgency as companies realize there is competition for talent and those that know how to recruit win over those that don’t know it is a skill.

Specifically, many companies have found that women in revenue creation and management often are judged to be especially prized as a recent report from CSO Insights - 2018-2019 SALES PERFORMANCE STUDY specifically points out. This is an annual survey of nearly 900 B2B companies that says women in revenue are especially sought and valued.

About Tracy Eiler

Currently an Executive at Inside View

Revenue-driven SaaS marketing executive with “core DNA” in demand generation and awareness. Co-author of “Aligned to Achieve: How to Unite Your Sales & Marketing Teams into a Single Force for Growth” (Wiley, 2016). Eiler has driven marketing strategy for companies with a variety of revenue models including freemium, high velocity/small business, midmarket, enterprise, and OEM. Start-up, public company, and M&A experience. Marketed to line-of-business executives, end users, IT, and C-suite. Metrics-driven across all initiatives. Roll-up-the sleeves attitude with a strategic and creative outlook. Professional recognition includes: named a B2B Demand Marketing Game Changer, Top 20 Women to Watch in Sales Lead Management, Most Influential Women in B2B Marketing Technology, and Top 35 #WomenInSales.