History tracking is the ability to go back and examine the state of your sales pipeline in the past. You can now unlock the full potential of your CRM by seamlessly integrating historic data. No longer will you lose trending information. With a few simple clicks, you will be able to see how your sales pipeline did yesterday, last week, or even last year.
Use MoDataís history tracking to go back in time and see how you did in the past. Apply the effect of macroeconomic factors along with industry benchmarks to get an accurate sense of your readiness to ace your goals. We make the whole picture readily available.
Analyzing each teamís success rate has never been easier. Now that you have all the information at your fingertips, you can easily compare sales figures, dates, time periods, and more. Help them improve by identifying weak points.
Losing valuable sales data in the endless stream of live information is a thing of the past. MoData offers you history tracking for various changes recorded by your CRM or other systems across the Sales or Marketing spectrum. Use extensive filter selection to get your data in bite-sized chunks. We even offer direct tool integration. Everything you need is right here!
Get up to date revenue numbers to make day-to-day decisions. No more waiting for those weekly spreadsheets.
Analyze key business metrics over time. Analyze how those metrics have changed over time (years, quarters, months). Gain valuable insight to better manage your sales team and process
One of the most informative metric important to every Sales Executive, yet seldom exposed for easy consumption. Delivered out of the box!
Track the flow of leads through your sales funnel. Easy to understand flow visualizations help you identify where to concentrate.
Benchmark with others from your industry with side by side visualizations. Identify where to spend resources and what to improve
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