B2C stands for “Business-to-Consumer” It refers to a business model in which companies or organizations sell products or services directly to individual consumers.
In B2C transactions, the business sells its offerings to individuals for personal use rather than for resale or further business purposes. Examples of B2C businesses include online retailers, restaurants, entertainment providers, and many others that cater to individual consumers.
A sales pipeline will help you visualize your sales process. In other words, it will show where your deals are!
A visual sales pipeline makes goals easier to achieve by breaking any process down into trackable tasks and it can make the difference in your bottom line.
Your sales teams have a complete view of your customers with a single sales and service solution, that integrates with your internal systems.
You can schedule tasks, calls, emails, meetings, and deadlines, linking them to deals and contacts, and customize activities to align with your business needs!
Automated reminders can be sent to your contacts via email or SMS, tailored to include specific details like time, date, and location.
Optionally, sync with your Gmail or Outlook calendars in a two-way replication.
Manage customer and prospect data, and capture interactions.
Keep a comprehensive record of emails, phone calls, meetings, and notes, providing you with a detailed overview of your customer relationships and sales activities.
Easily start phone calls or send SMS with a single click. Additionally, you can schedule and send bulk emails or text messages to multiple contacts at once.
Professional sales quotes can be easily created from deals in 2 minutes, an you have the option to export as a PDF or send the offer from your email address.
Moreover, your quote template can be customized (and translated in any language) for each team, and you will use your own predefined pricebook.
New quotes can be subject to team leader/admin approval before the team members can send them to the customer.
Also, you can generate an unlimited number of quote revisions for each deal and access them from one central screen (quote history).
Perhaps the most important feature you should look for is the ability to help forecast sales for the upcoming month and year.
Basically, with Sales & Forecasts by Product of our CRM for Wholesalers and Distributors you can view your sales (won deals) based on the products you sold and the products added to your “quotes”, based on expected closing date.
Also, Sales forecasts are also a very important tool for provisioning.
Automate and simplify processes across front and back-office. In a nutshell, you can save time on recurring tasks like manually sending emails or creating follow-up activities.
For example, you will be able to send an email when a new contact is added, create an event when the deal is moved into a specific stage, automatically reassign a deal to another owner based on certain conditions, etc.
Business-to-Consumer (B2C) sales constitute a dynamic and ever-evolving aspect.
In B2C sales you need to appeal to a broad audience. B2C companies often employ marketing strategies aimed at reaching a wide range of consumers. This includes everything from television and online advertising to social media campaigns. The goal is to create mass awareness and generate interest among potential customers.
Compared to the typically longer sales cycles of B2B transactions, B2C sales often involve shorter decision-making processes. Consumers can make quick purchase decisions, especially for everyday items or impulse buys. This places an emphasis on providing seamless online shopping experiences and efficient customer service.
In B2C sales, emotional engagement plays a significant role. Consumers make purchasing decisions based on emotions, desires, and personal preferences. Successful B2C companies know how to tap into these emotions, whether it’s through storytelling, branding, or creating memorable customer experiences.
E-commerce is the backbone of B2C sales. With the rise of online shopping platforms, consumers have greater access to products and services than ever before. B2C companies need to establish a strong online presence, optimize their websites for user-friendliness, and offer secure payment options to thrive in this digital landscape.