Professional Sales Team

Technology has changed how sales teams and professionals must sell and engage with clients. Outsourcing sales strategies can be a game-changer for your performance, as well as your bottom line.

From entrepreneurs and startups, small to middle-sized businesses, up to enterprises and big corporations, decision-makers are constantly looking for ways to accomplish more for less time and money.

Hiring dedicated and professional staff to build and manage your business is often costly, whereas the return on that investment is still unknown.

On top of it, training, managing, onboarding new team members, and obtaining the appropriate market knowledge can be a time and resource-consuming process.

Why To Do This?

Decision-makers know that a smart decision starts with a question. 

  • Do you already have a highly skilled and cost-effective sales team in-house? How good they really are?
  • Do you think that your sales can be better, or you need it to be increased?
  • Are you generally interested in improving your sales?Is it worth spreading your options?
Strategy To Save You Time & Money

One strategy that can help you save time, money, and frustration as you start and build and scale up your business is to outsource as much work as possible to skilled, professional, external service providers. 

But to outsource your sales if you prefer to be hands-on and micromanage every aspect of the business with your in-house team, by all means, doesn’t make sense!

The Advantage You Have 

To take the advantage of having everything served to you via emails, video calls, and having professional sales managers that will report to you for all major events and all final sales results, is worth your time and energy exploring SalesUp.

What SalesUp does, in a sentence, is exclusively work with tech companies by providing them with professional sales teams on-demand, to sell their ideas, products, and services, into the new markets and big corporate accounts. 

Our job is to make sure your sales are running smoothly. Besides many, the one advantage you have with SalesUp is a better time-to-money ratio. 

The HR team on location picks out the best talents for you, and well-train and experience professionals to teach them how you like the workflow to be done. The boutique approach to outsourcing offers you the option to customize your team to the very last detail and then let it operate without you needing to invest additional time in it. 

Marketing and Enablement

Many companies spend large sums on advertising and marketing campaigns to reach new clients, but all these efforts do not give the best results and potential because the expectations of new clients and their desired buying experience have not been met.

Within M&E, professionals from these fields are at your disposal, who, in addition to knowledge and experience, also bring with them a valuable network of connections that is ready to meet the needs of today’s modern business.

Why To Do This?

In a one sentence – To Close Deals & Boost Revenue. Outsourced Marketing & Enablement that helps generate awareness and high-quality leads.

  • Get high quality leads in your pipeline so the sales team can close deals
  • You need videos, articles, white papers, and sales collateral to drive leads
  • Integrating marketing with your sales teams creates real-time feedback loops making both channels more effective
  • You need to hit your KPIs today, not tomorrow
  • You need experienced marketing partners for long term growth
  • You need help scaling after raising funding or need to find product-market fit
What Else You Will Get?

Brand Awareness & Lead Generation

We identify keywords used to find products and services, optimize your website and content, and create new content designed to rank.

Then we put paid search efforts match potential customers with ads for products or services that answer their search.

And after it, target specific audiences who are more likely to be interested in your industry, products, or services on social media platforms.

Next Steps Are

We help you research, produce, optimize, and distribute high-quality content that results in qualified leads.

We use email marketing to nurture leads and increase the amount of information collected from potential customers.

We design mobile-friendly websites and landing pages that are optimized for SEO and built to convert website traffic into leads and sales.

Recruiting And Placement

Did you ever wonder why finding and haring great people is so hard?

Through our proven sales recruiting process, we have perfected the art and science of sales recruiting. 
In turn, we are helping our clients hire amazing sales professionals at the fraction of the cost and time spent doing it alone.

HR outsourcing is a contractual agreement between an employer and an external third-party provider whereby the employer transfers the management of, and responsibility for, certain HR functions to the external provider. Many types of HR outsourcing options are available to employers. The options can be as specific as outsourcing one particular aspect of one HR function—such as applicant tracking for affirmative action purposes—or as broad as outsourcing the entire human resource department.

For several reasons, including cost savings and the freeing of human resource professionals to focus on more strategic efforts, HR functions are among the services organizations are most likely to choose to outsource. As a result, HR professionals are being asked to identify outsourcing solutions for businesses and guide organizations through vendor selection and management of the outsourcing relationship.

Besides giving in-house HR professionals more opportunity to focus on strategy, outsourcing can:

  • Provide companies access to specialized HR expertise.
  • Help with regulatory compliance.
  • Speed up response times on transactional HR functions such as benefits enrollment and payroll.

In addition, there can be technology benefits. For example, through the use of a SAAS provider that provides and maintains software, employers gain the benefits of advanced software systems and avoid possible technical hassles of managing programs onsite.

When deciding whether to outsource, an organization should be able to answer questions designed to analyze its HR needs, its current HR processes, its business plan and its outsourcing options such as the following:

  • Can HR handle outsourcing without disrupting the current operation?
  • Do HR staff members have the time and experience to deal with outsourcing?
  • Is the HR department sufficiently staffed to manage the outsourcing relationship?
  • Is HR providing excellent service with existing staff and processes? Is HR meeting all the organization’s needs?
  • Most importantly, will the CEO and top management team support and pay for an outside vendor?
  • Does the company have a clear mission and vision? Have company values been established?
  • Does the situation merit outsourcing?
  • If so, what type of outsourcing solutions would best fit the situation?
Managing the Relationship

The key is to manage the relationship well. This involves establishing a collaborative way of working with vendors that builds trust and open communication. It can be accomplished by setting forth all expected benefits in a written business case that includes quantitative and qualitative targets, and by using practices that have been shown to produce successful outcomes.

Vendor governance encompasses much more than just “resolving issues” and approving fees. Organizations that understand how a third-party vendor undertakes the activities it has been hired to perform greatly increase their ability to provide consistent direction, thereby ensuring that vendors meet the contractual and regulatory obligations outlined in the initial contract. If problems emerge, as they inevitably will over time, this understanding can help the organization resolve those issues quickly.

The traditional vendor manager is a technical or subject-matter expert and not necessarily adept at managing contracts, performance or overall relations with a third-party supplier. Under those circumstances, relations between the vendor and the client organization can quickly become adversarial or strained.

A structured approach to vendor governance helps organizations build trust and enhance communication so that all parties feel they are being treated fairly.