“We think mio is great, but we just haven’t got time to start using it”
This is exactly what Rachel said to us, four months ago. Rachel is a Sales Negotiator in a really busy branch. Her branch doesn’t have a dedicated sales progressor, so Rachel progress her sales, herself.
Four months on and Rachel is using mio regularly; we asked her to explain how mio saves her time:
- Being able to attach notes to a specific milestone against a specific property and quickly find those notes saves me at least 15 minutes every day. I used to spend ages trying to find notes in Reapit.
- It’s really hard to build the chain in Reapit. mio is so much easier to use. This saves me about 20 minutes on every sale and that adds up to around 2 hours a month.
- Quick access to my sales progression ‘to do’ list allows me to focus on sales progression for 30 minutes a day and then move onto something else. I’m far more efficient than I was, and I’ve used the extra time to focus on dealing with new enquiries which has helped me add another two sales to my pipeline, each month.
- Updating buyers and sellers via chat messaging – saves me at least an hour a week. Before mio I was calling people and leaving endless voice mails, or I’d spend days waiting for a response to an email. Some of my buyers and sellers respond instantly to chat messages where they might have taken two days to respond to a voicemail or email.
- Automated milestone updates – we don’t get loads of them but when we do get them, they can save a lot of time. I find the Mortgage Offer updates particularly useful as Mortgage Brokers can be really slow to provide updates as they are so busy dealing with new applications.
- With the mio dashboard rather than spending at least an hour a week updating my Manager on my pipeline he can see everything all in one screen, which saves us both time.
- Clear and simple information on my pipeline and next steps in mio means when I recently had some annual leave it was so much easier to handover. Before mio, I’d have to spend a couple of hours doing a handover to a colleague now it only takes about 30 minutes.
So, why not be like Rachel and make time for mio?