November 20, 2020

Top 10 Reasons to Outsource Your Sales Operations

Top 10 Reasons to Outsource Your Sales Operations

Staying competitive and successful in today’s fast-moving market is all about closing more sales faster. With time, more companies outsource a portion or all of their sales processes to do just that. 


There’s no denying that the benefits of outsourcing sales operations are noteworthy and can be substantial. Below we have our top ten reasons for outsourcing sales operations.  


Top 10 Benefits of Outsourcing Sales Operations


#1: Balances resources and costs 

One of the most common reasons to outsource your sales operation is that you need to grow. Indeed, building an internal sales team can be expensive, and the costs add up pretty quickly. They’re usually a risky investment as SDR – sales development representative turnover can be high. 


Whereas outsourcing allows firms to experience all the perks of a sales team and better manage overhead costs. This ultimately allows them to overcome the trials of resource constraints and yet inflate their sales coverage to meet goals.


#2: Offers more flexibility 

 Another benefit of outsourcing sales operations is flexibility. It allows fast-growing brands to pivot rapidly as they update their service or product and learn novel things about their market’s needs.


Outsourced sales operations can also be scaled up or down quickly to meet a firm’s changing priorities to tackle more than one initiative at a time.


#3: Reduced time-to-market 

For startups, time is money, so outsourcing your SDR team can help you get to the market faster because its ramp up time is typically much faster than recruiting and training an internal team. Moreover, they usually have extensive prior experience that can be played to your advantage. 


#4: Leverage external expertise  

Outsourcing your sales operations mean that your firm is getting access to a group of sales professionals with years of sales development experience. Due to this specialization, these professionals can much better tackle the high pressure of early sales. 


#5: Data optimization   

Outsourced SDR teams can provide an extensive list of services to budding businesses - database management is one of them. Whether you want to enrich your records, clean up your database, or build a potential list from scratch, outsourced teams can do it all. 


#6: Mounting access to technology    

Did you know that when you outsource an SDR team, you also gain access to their tech? That means you won’t have to pay any licensing fees or train anybody on how to use yours. 


#7: Outsourced SDRs can help the internal team to focus 

Hiring outsourced SDRs can also allow your internal sales team to focus their efforts on closing a deal. With an open-ended and flexible partnership, your internal sales team can take advantage of your outsourced team's knowledge and insights. 


#8: Receive a better position for quick growth 

An outsourced sales operations team can position your business for speedy growth.

There are several partnership models in practice, such as velocity-based approaches, dedicated resources, etc. It’s all about finding the right match for your objective that can help you accomplish it faster.  


#9: Build better products 

Another benefit of outsourcing a sales operation team is that the feedback your sales rep collects from their sales conversations can be transferred to your product development team. This will allow them to understand your market’s challenges better and then enrich your product to answer those challenges better.


#10: Lower risk 

One of the biggest benefits of outsourcing sales operations is that it greatly minimizes your risk. With a highly targeted, fully staffed outsourced SDR team, you’ll surely get dependable performance by ensuring your sales pipelines are filled with the best quality leads.



The benefits of outsourcing sales operations are many, but one thing is for sure: they’ll certainly get your pipelines filled! 


Why Choose SalesGig


We are an outsourced, full-time to fractional, sales development organization, particularly built to support our B2B clients. We implement proven outbound cold call strategies to assist our client's open conversations, expand reach, create robust sales pipelines to accelerate sales results.


Get in touch with us today to learn more.

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