In my last blog post about commissions / incentives, we talked about Car Salesmen and their Commissions. This time, why don’t we use bus drivers as an example of the consequences of how incentivizing the wrong behavior can lead to poor results?
Incentives are an important part of any business that wants to leverage rewards for outcomes that can benefit both the employees and the company. The thing is, without proper research, it’s so easy to give out incentives for the wrong things. Continue reading
A lot of people use spreadsheets for just about everything from tracking expenses, billing clients, payroll, and even for calculating sales commissions.
But as we discussed in a separate blog post, using spreadsheets can come with quite a cost in errors and time inefficiency. Continue reading
Did you know that 90% of spreadsheets have errors? Spreadsheet errors are not something to take lightly, especially when computing for sales commissions. They cause problems like:
- Incorrect Payments
- Late Payments
- Lost Productivity
- Unhappy Sales Reps
- Misstated Financials
How does it happen? Continue reading
We received a lot of positive reviews for QCommission in the last few months, and we thought it would be a great shame if we didn’t share them with everyone.
Our QCommission clients took time to write us their feedback, so we’re writing this blog post to show our gratitude to them and to everyone who continuously supports us.
May 18-20, 2105. QCommission was one of the exhibitors in the recently held Total Rewards Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The conference was for the Fortune 500 HR and Benefits Professionals and was mainly about the changing climate of reward and #salescomp recognition. Continue reading
Selling cars isn’t easy. Cars aren’t cheap and not a lot of people can afford to buy a new one so a sales rep has to really earn the commission paid to them.
That’s one of the main reasons you get swarmed by car salesmen the moment you set foot in a car dealership. Continue reading
Robin Ruth Switzerland Easily Transformed Commission Processing Using Easy-Commission
Guest Blogger: Pallavi Priyadarshni (Implementation & Support, CellarStone)
Robin Ruth was founded in 2002 in Amsterdam by designer Boaz Avrahami. The company was soon recognized as a metropolitan casual lifestyle brand for urbanists with a non-confirming, free spirited attitude.
The aim of Robin Ruth is to provide original and high quality fashion and clothing accessories. They believe that the reasons for their success are the people, products and the service offered to the customers. Nowadays they are represented in more than 45 countries and the designs are worldwide known. Continue reading
In a previous post, we announced that Budsies (our official mascot’s creator) was going to be on ABC’s Shark Tank.
That episode happened last week, April 10th. Wondering about what went down? Continue reading
Did you know that CellarStone has a mascot? No? Well, we do!
His name is Nimble and his creators are going to be on national TV this coming Friday, April 10th.
In this day and age, nearly everyone who can get their hands on a cellphone or a laptop computer have social media accounts. Unlike in the olden days when social media was just starting out (think Friendster and Multiply), there’s now a plethora of social media platforms to choose from. There’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and a whole slew of other platforms.
It wasn’t a surprise when businesses started turning to social media to advertise their products. But social media isn’t just for advertising anymore. It has evolved and now it’s possible to simply click on a ‘buy’ button on some social media platforms like Facebook and WordPress. Continue reading