Are you still using Excel for calculating sales commission? Then, you should be aware of the following cons of using Excel for calculating sale.
- Excel is manually cumbersome
- It is not scalable
- Involves usage of complex formulas
- Takes a lot of time and effort
There is a solution for all these problems:
Automating Your Sales Commissions
Here are the top 5 reasons why you should switch from Excel to a software which can automate your sales team’s commissions: Continue reading
Top 3 Features of a Good Sales Compensation Software
I was looking through the World Wide Web when I happened to click on one of the bookmarks on my browser. It inadvertently led me to a website that had a list of math problems that you can solve. The math problems weren’t the likes of simple addition or multiplication problems though.
The list of math problems were example situations that you had to solve to get the amount of sales commission that your sales rep would get. Continue reading
What Causes Sales Compensation Errors?
There is an old saying that you never hear a sales rep complain about getting overpaid; only when they are underpaid. For the sales reps, opening their pay stub or checking their bank accounts and finding extra money from the company is a wonderful, joyous event. It’s like Christmas came early! Continue reading
FREE Sales Commission Calculator Just for You!
Too busy, too frazzled, or too preoccupied – We’ve all been there at some point in our lives.
With the holidays fast approaching, sales reps and sales managers alike are usually running here and there trying to get a lot of things done all at the same time. Everyone’s buying gifts for everyone. The people in sales are usually at their busiest before, during, and even immediately after the holidays. Continue reading
Sales Commission Wish List:
A Sales Rep’s Holiday Wishes for Sales Commission Management and Reporting
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when throughout the company, not a sales rep was stirring, not even a boss. The commission statements were hung by the water cooler with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas would spot them there. Continue reading
#Nailba34: CellarStone to Showcase QCommission at NAILBA’S 34th Annual Meeting
CellarStone, Inc., a premier provider of sales performance management solutions and the provider of QCommission, is exhibiting at the renowned National Association of Independent Life Brokerage Agencies 34th Annual Conference in Orlando Florida on November 19-20.
QBConnect 2015: Top 25 Quotes by Oprah
We don’t know about you, but our notebooks were filled to the brim with great, inspiring quotes from the awesome speakers at QBConnect 2015. Most of which were from Oprah alone!
QBConnect is the annual software conference hosted by Intuit to promote QuickBooks Online and all the new third party applications to business owners and QB Coaches (Pro Advisors). Our Easy-Commission Twitter feed (@EasyCommission) was filled with #QBConnect attendees who were saying how inspiring the entire event was, and how the last day was bitter sweet. Everyone was happy that they learned so much, but at the same time sad that it was ending.
We share in everyone’s sentiment. Continue reading
How to Manage Your Properties Using QuickBooks Online
We at CellarStone pride ourselves in having some of the best subject matter experts when it comes to our niche: sales commissions.
When you fill out a form inquiring about one of our #salescomp products – be it QCommission, Easy-Commission, Commtrack, or QXchange – the person that you speak to actually uses Quickbooks Online, Oracle, Excel, etc. So in case you were wondering, yes, they can relate to your sales commission concerns. Continue reading
Last November, Intuit held the first QuickBooks Connect Conference in San Jose, California to promote the evolution of QuickBooks Online. The Easy-Commission team of Steve Peterson, Clem Dominguez and Joe Lindsey greeted the audience at the booth. The sales commission management tool Easy Commission connects to both QuickBooks Online and the Desktop versions. Continue reading
“Is my sales team happy?”
It’s a valid question. In fact, it’s something that sales managers should be regularly asking themselves.
We asked ourselves, “How would we measure happiness?”
So, we came up with a list of five things that you can use to check if your sales team is happy or not. Continue reading