Welcome to Invoca for Sales! If you're a Sales Representative, this article will help you get oriented with the data and insights you can find with Invoca to get the most out of your phone calls.
What to expect from Invoca for Sales:
Gain quick, actionable insights from your sales phone calls with at-a-glance dashboards and in-depth reports
View scorecards to understand how your sales calls are evaluated
Review your most valuable conversations in detail, uncovering key moments and opportunities for improvement
Step 1: Say hello to your dashboard
The first thing you'll see when you log in to your Invoca account is your dashboard — a central hub for at-a-glance insights into your business.
Your dashboard is usually set up by your sales manager, and is made up of tiles — small reports that show at-a-glance insights into your performance. Here are a few kinds of information that your dashboard tiles can be used to track:
Call counts: Either the total number of calls fielded or the number that fulfill a valuable condition you choose to track — known in Invoca as Signals (see below).
Conversion rates: How many of your leads result in closed deals? How successful is your team at closing high-quality calls?
Comparing different factors: You might find two similar tiles, set to different date ranges to let you compare periods against each other.
If you're looking for more in-depth data and filtering than will fit on a dashboard tile, check out our Basic Knowledge: Invoca reports guide to become a reporting expert!
Step 2: Go over your scorecards to see how your calls are evaluated
Your manager will make some scorecards in Invoca — a list of criteria using data from your phone calls including words, topics, and phrases covered by you or your caller — as a benchmark to determine which calls are successful and which are less so. You can click Scores in the gray Invoca menu ribbon to see exactly what your manager is evaluating, and prepare accordingly.