Revenue Ops Team

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James Darragh
James Darragh
dbt Labs Head of Revenue OperationsDecember 7
Rev ops should be a Day 2 hire - the systems and tools a company are implementing from very early days (e.g. SFDC) would benefit from a dedicated operations person to ensure that things are being built for scale. I may be biased as an ops person myself, but I think it’s extremely important to inv......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 16
I love this question. The one tool that I can't live without right now is Clari. We run our entire business out of it at the executive level. Q4 is a critical one for any SaaS company at our scale and we rely on Clari to power our weekly forecast cadence, evaluate trends in the pipeline and cl......Read More
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Akira Mamizuka
Akira Mamizuka
LinkedIn Vice President of Global Sales Operations, SaaSMarch 30
First of all, let's not convolute KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) with targets. KPI definition should happen independent of our knowledge of the market or the availability of historical performance data. It simply means defining the metrics that matter for your business. After your KPIs a......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 15
You should own all of the KPIs/metrics if you are the first revenue operations hire. Initially, you'll need to validate the data sources and availability, put a system (and potentially tools) in place to capture them and do the calculations and visulization yourselIf the first few times. I once w......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 15
This is a great question.   A big one for me is Total Pipeline, or Rolling 12 pipeline. I don't think that metric tells you much without additional context. Sometimes a team can more easily hit their goals with a smaller pipeline and better conversion rates. It's easy to assume your GTM strate......Read More
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Ignacio Castroverde
Ignacio Castroverde
Cisco Senior Director, Global Virtual Sales Strategy and OperationsJanuary 31
First and foremost, whatever the OKRs you choose need to check two basic principles in my opinion: 1.Alignment with Business Objectives: Each OKR has to be directly tied to the broader goals of the organisation, ensuring that the efforts in RevOps contribute tangibly to the company's overall suc......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 15
I'd start by reading Measure What Matters by John Doerr. It's a great resource to truly understand the OKR system with actionable templates and examples. Buy copies for your leadership team and work on developing this muscle as a team. The trick is not so much the OKRs themselves, but it's behavi......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 15
My first piece of advice would be to learn. Learn as much as you can about the total addressable market, the product market fit and the buyer's journey for the product or service that your new company is selling. Spend time in the field with sales and SDRs. Read online reviews about your company.......Read More
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Katie Cook
Katie Cook
Salesforce Senior Director, Sales Strategy & OperationsNovember 21
The KPI that I tend to disagree with the most is hiring targets (I am using the term KPI very loosely here as some revenue ops are not involved with headcount planning). It is, of course, important to push businesses to grow, particularly when sales territories are too enriched and one salesperso......Read More
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Michael Hargis
Michael Hargis
Tealium SVP, Revenue OperationsNovember 16
A few KPIs that make a lot of sense to me in this economic environment: 1. Push Counter - take a look at how many times opportunities are slippling. 2. Time Since Discovery Meeting - how long has it been since you've had engagement with your prospetive buyer? 3. % of Accounts in Territor......Read More
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