Sales Trend In 2015Everybody’s got an opinion. But not all opinions are equally good, at least not in the business world.

If you want to hit your average yearly quota, keep doing what you’re doing; follow the advice of good, not great, sales professionals. But if you’re ready to finally exceed your wildest sales expectations, be wise and heed the recommendations of today’s most successful sales leaders.

What do the top experts in Sales have to say about the future of the industry in 2015? What do they agree on? What can you do about it?

The following report by Mikogo lists opinions by 14 of the most influential sales leaders in the world. Experts such as Jill Rowley, Matt Heinz, Kyle Porter, and David Meerman Scott share their thoughts on what will be key for the success of sales teams and challenges that businesses might face might in the coming months.

Social selling, sales automation, big data, and predictive analytics are just some of the concepts and trends mentioned in the document. Check it out!

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