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Measuring Execution Readiness: How Your Sales Team Can Exceed 2020 Growth Targets

Originally written by Alex Castro for Forbes Companies like Salesforce and American International Group have publicly committed to significant growth — sometimes up to 100% in the next three to five years. Sales teams feel the pressure more than ever to hit their revenue targets. Such a steep order leaves little room for error or poor customer experience. But how can companies achieve rapid reputational and financial growth without any of the associated speed bumps or growing pains? As I’ll explore in this article, measuring execution readiness is at the root of delivering the optimal customer experience that your sales force can point to as to why your offerings outperform everyone else’s. By reducing the risks in execution that alienate customers, your company can provide exemplary service, which will attract new customers and help you meet your rising sales goals.    

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Some quick tips on getting your email signature up and running can be found below. If you haven’t already generated your custom code, please fill out the form on this page. Outlook HTML signature installation is a little tricky, but don’t worry! This guide will walk you through the process it step-by-step. Note: These instructions are for Outlook 2010 specifically, but should work for other versions as well. Visit /signature/ Enter your contact information (All fields are required) Open your email and locate message from “M Corp” Highlight the code and press Ctrl + C on the keyboard Create a new signature (Outlook 2010) ☑ File > Options > Mail > Signatures > New ☑ Enter a meaningful name ☑ Select OK Use dropdown menu to assign new signature as default Locate the Windows Explorer icon and click once to open Navigate to the signatures folder on the C: Drive ☑ C: > Users > yourusername > AppData > Roaming > Microsoft > Signatures Locate the HTML document (the one with the name you used in Step 5) ☑ Click once on the file name to highlight it ☑ Right click on the file and select Open With > Notepad (a new window will open) Replace the HTML contents ☑ Delete the existing HTML code from this file (yes, all of it) ☑ Press Ctrl + P to paste your new code into this file ☑ Select File > Save ☑ When done, close the window Compose and send a test message to yourself   Apple Mail has a pretty complicated process of installing your signature. Don’t worry though! We will walk you through it step-by-step. You will be using the HTML file we provided to you for this process. Note: These instructions are for Apple Mail on 10.9.X but all versions are similar. Add a placeholder signature In Mail.app, go to Preferences > Signatures and create a signature with any random content. Name it something meaningful. You will be swapping this out later. Drag the temporary signature to the email account on the left where you will likely use it. Now quit Mail.app. Open the signatures folder This process differs if you are using iCloud. First open the following folder: ☑ Using iCloud: ~/Library/Mobile Documents/com~apple~mail/Data/MailData/Signatures/ ☑ Not Using iCloud: ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData/Signatures/ Open the folder to show your email signatures in Finder. If you are having trouble opening the ~/Library folder, try holding down the Option key and clicking the “Go” menu in Finder. Check here for more tips if you are still having trouble opening the ~/Library folder. Drill down through the appropriate folders as shown above. Find the placeholder When you created a temporary placeholder signature in step 1, Mail automatically created a .mailsignature file that represents it in this folder. Locate the .mailsignature file in the ~/Library folder. It will have a random name. If you are using iCloud, it will start with ubiquitous. If you need help, you can open the file in Safari and view the contents to make sure it is the right one. Open the placeholder file When you have located the placeholder .mailsignature file, open it with your html editor. I use TextMate, but you will probably find it easiest to use TextEdit. If you are using TextEdit, make sure you have the “Display HTML files as HTML code…” option set in TextEdit preferences menu. Once open, you will see a few metadata lines on the top of the file and some html code below it. Replace the HTML contents Keep the top metadata lines, but replace the HTML in the file with the contents of the HTML file we have provided for you. Save the file when you are done. Lock the mail signature file THIS STEP IS ONLY NECESSARY IF YOU ARE NOT USING ICLOUD. IF YOU ARE USING ICLOUD, PLEASE SKIP THIS STEP. Even though you save this file, Mail.app will use the original version and overwrite your new signature unless you lock the file. With your text editor now closed and the file saved, find it again in Finder and press command-i to bring up the info pane for the file. On this info pane, mark the “Locked” checkbox. Restart mail Restart Mail.app and go to Preferences > Signatures. If you have images in your signature, they will not show here in the preview, but they will show in the real signature if the location is valid.  

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Photo credit Backbone Campaign / Flickr Recently, M Corp was included in a focused roundtable of technology leaders in Northern California to meet with Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA-06) to discuss the optimal approach to protecting net neutrality. A focal point in the discussion was how net neutrality impacts an innovation economy, something that M Corp is very […]

Measuring Execution Capability

Photo credit Backbone Campaign / Flickr Recently, M Corp was included in a focused roundtable of technology leaders in Northern California to meet with Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA-06) to discuss the optimal approach to protecting net neutrality. A focal point in the discussion was how net neutrality impacts an innovation economy, something that M Corp is very […]

M Corp’s Alex Castro Collaborates with Congresswoman Doris Matsui

Photo credit Backbone Campaign / Flickr Recently, M Corp was included in a focused roundtable of technology leaders in Northern California to meet with Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA-06) to discuss the optimal approach to protecting net neutrality. A focal point in the discussion was how net neutrality impacts an innovation economy, something that M Corp is very invested in. What became very evident from the discussion is how passionate business leaders and next-generation innovators are in the ability to have unfiltered and unrestricted access to the internet in deploying next-generation solutions. While many positions are being taken on this topic, what fundamentally must be considered in the conversation is that we are all living and working in a subscription economy. Ranging from back-end business systems that support daily functions to personal entertainment. The internet is our access pipeline to the very tools that support and drive our economy and daily needs. A subscription economy is fully dependent on our ability to access what we need when it is needed, without being managed on our choices of what we access when and through what provider. This is, and will remain, a complex and divisive topic with many. What is clear, regardless of party lines, is that the majority of Americans believe in net neutrality. We at M Corp would like to thank Congresswoman Matsui for her leadership and inclusiveness to seek an outcome that benefits Californians and our businesses. The road to net neutrality will take on many different topics in the time to come, and we at M Corp look forward to a productive outcome that continues to support a subscription and innovation economy. For further information, please see the press release from Congresswoman Matsui.