In 2021, the global consulting market stands as one of the largest and most developed markets in the trillion-dollar professional services industry. Currently valued at around $919.3 billion, the consultancy sector has enjoyed year-on-year value growth and industry headlines such as the Big Four’s combined annual revenue of a staggering $157 billion. Even the pandemic couldn’t stop the sector’s unwavering success, and although 2020 saw a slower growth rate of 1.9%, experts predict from 2021, market growth will rise to a CAGR of 8%, reaching a value of $1158.3 billion by 2023.
We all know how easy it is to create poorly designed, long, and dull PowerPoint presentations, especially when pulling together a slide show at the very last minute. Sometimes we might even try to perk things up by adding a few animations or gimmicks, hoping that the audience won’t doze off halfway through the meeting. Making an engaging PowerPoint with limited time is a real challenge.
With its ability to supercharge all stages of the sales cycles, from prospecting through to closing, sales enablement software has become the not so secret weapon of today’s top sellers.
Document productivity isn’t set to become any less important in 2021. On the contrary, in an era where remote working is set to continue, and technology is continuing to advance and provide new solutions, finding the most productive ways of working within documents remains paramount for organizations’ successes.
In an era where companies can track almost all their revenue sources digitally, it’s no surprise that tracking abilities have now expanded to include documents. But what does document tracking include? And why does it offer such important insights for sales teams in particular?
There have been few departments more disrupted by 2020 than enterprise sales. According to McKinsey & Company, 95% of B2B sales teams have fully or partially shifted to remote selling. Almost overnight, trusty field tools and tactics had to be ditched or evolved to adapt to a new virtual environment.
When you have powerful productivity tools in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel at your disposal, navigating them by clicking around with your mouse is the tech equivalent of riding a bicycle when you could be taking the bullet train. You need keyboard shortcuts!
Is there a new client you really need to impress? Sometimes the hardest part isn’t getting your foot in the door, or even maintaining their attention after that. Often, when it comes to landing effective sales, the real challenge is the sales presentation. You may know you have the product that they need, but communicating this effectively can be challenging. As most sales presentations are created and delivered in PowerPoint, we've created a list of our top tips for using PowerPoint to create the ultimate sales presentations without it being a time-consuming task:
Did you know that one small human error in a presentation can cost a company millions of dollars, yet there is an easy way to prevent these errors? Or that a global organization can be using over 9000 unique document templates where just 25 could do the trick? Or that employees can create client deliverables and proposals in a faster and simpler way through smart automation of client and industry specific content?