Be the Sales Ops Leader Who Delivers an Accurate Forecast Every Time

Best practices for sales forecasting can be hard to come by - that's why we've created The Sales Ops Guide to Sales Forecasting.

Written by sales ops leaders, for sales ops leaders, this eBook provides honest advice on how you can overcome roadblocks and take your forecasting to the next level.

With the tips from this guide, you'll be able to:

  • Hone your forecasting process with quantitative and qualitative techniques
  • Empower your sales reps with the ability to forecast accurately
  • Deliver consistently accurate forecasts to impress your board
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What do you get in your eBook?

There is a strand of wisdom that says the accuracy of a sales rep's forecast will tell you everything you need to know about their professional ability. 

Take that up another level to the sales ops manager.

Your accuracy of forecast to the board demonstrates numerical competency and control over process, building trust in that relationship.

Learn how to enable your reps with the ability to forecast accurately and discover how to deliver an accurate forecast to your board.

Get exclusive tips, tricks and insider expertise from the industry leaders themselves. 

Hear directly from 6 sales operations leaders, including:

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Robin Yeoman, Director of International Sales Ops, Snowflake
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Tom Glason, VP Sales & Operations, Trussle
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Matt Magee, Director of Global Sales Operations, Smarsh

About us

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Our mission is to help revenue leaders optimise their sales machines and generate credible forecasts, so they can focus on doing what they do best: growing their businesses.

That's why we created Kluster, the flexible, end-to-end sales analytics and forecasting platform.

Our predictive early warning system surfaces unique data and enables revenue leaders to present accurate forecasts to the board, enable their teams effectively, and confidently make decisions that drive predictable growth.

What's inside?

Chapter 1 Meet our contributors
Chapter 2 The sales forecasting process
Chapter 3 Factors that can affect your forecast
Chapter 4 Forecasting down
Chapter 5 Forecasting up
Chapter 6 The pipeline review meeting