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LeadManager: Workflow: Status and Actions

 

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS ARTICLE:

  • Status
  • Actions
  • Workflow

 

 

ENVIRONMENT:

  • LeadManager

 

 

DETAILS:

 

Building and managing sales workflow is one of the most powerful aspects of Velocify LeadManager™. Workflow consists of a 2 primary elements: Statuses and Actions. 

 

Statuses

Statuses are a one or two word description of exactly where a lead is along the sales/enrollment/process cycle. It is often thought of as the ‘Disposition’ or ‘State’ of the lead. 

 

Examples:

 

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When viewing the normal list view of leads, users can clearly see the current Status of every lead:

 

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 The Status is also always displayed at the top of each lead in the detailed view: 

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 Actions

An action represents the specific activity or disposition a taken by a rep/user. They typically describe something a user/rep would do in the real world. Actions allow users the ability to update leads.

Users take actions and actions create a complete history of everything that has been done with a lead, when it was done and who did it. 

Examples:

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Actions appear in a dropdown menu in the lead. Users will select the correct Action from those available in the menu, and then click ‘Add Action’.

  

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Workflow

Workflow describes how Statues and Actions operate together so that a user can move a lead through the specified steps in a sales or enrollment cycle. An action is something a user/rep does to update a lead, and a status is a description of where the lead is in the sales cycle. Taking Actions updates the lead and moves it into the correct Status. 

 

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When the rep/user adds the Action, LeadManager moves the lead into the correct Status, and the lead’s history (Actions and Logs) record the Action taken along with notes, the user, and a time-stamp.

IMPORTANT: An Action may not necessarily always trigger a Status change.  For example (using the above workflow as a reference), a lead is in the ‘Contacted’ status; an rep may call this lead to obtain additional information or check-in. The rep may update the lead by taking the Action “Called: Left Message” to record activity with this lead. However, the lead is still in the ‘Contacted’ status. Nothing about where this lead is along our sales cycle has changed. 

 

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