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Bringing you the latest insights from the inside sales, customer care, and account management subject matter experts here at Salelytics.

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Salelytics Core Values

by Tessa Vogel
July 7, 2022
Read how Adaptability, Results-Driven, and Culture Focused Company Values Drive our Organization.

What shapes a company’s success is not the services they offer or the intentions they have. It’s the people who carry out the vision, from top to bottom. By creating values, we set the tone for our team. Here are the standards that shape who we are.

Adaptability

  • We adjust our method or approach when necessary to achieve both our personal and Client Partners’ goals.
  • Innovation is key. Our team is expected to advocate and drive for change.
  • Quickly adapting to new situations with fresh ideas encourages this innovative approach. 
  • Our team responds to changing circumstances with a positive attitude.
  • We demonstrate composure and open-mindedness when faced with unexpected challenges.

Results-Driven

  • Teamwork pushes us further. At an individual level, we contribute to company and team goals. 
  • By leveraging the right resources, we solve problems and meet objectives.
  • Our team recognizes the importance of deadlines and in turn, adheres to them.
  • We will display a proactive approach to increase overall goal attainment.
  • For us, focusing on individual and team activities has the greatest impact on results while minimizing distractions.

Culture

  • At Salelytics, we encourage collaboration.
  • We expect each team member to make a conscious effort to help others.
  • Being a team player here means being open-minded and willing to learn.
  • By taking advantage of the training offered, our team continues to better themselves.
  • Fostering employees’ interpersonal skills comes across through professional verbal and nonverbal communication.
  • Most importantly, we each accept responsibility for our own actions and recognize how our actions affect others. 
There's a lot of meaning packed in these three short words. They are carefully handpicked to be our compass. Together, these values guide our organization to greater things and encourage our people to do their best. At the end of the day, they are the principles that inspire our progress.
Tessa Vogel, Content Marketing Specialist
I've always thrived in the intersection of business and creativity. Through photography, writing, graphic design, and social media, I began my career supported by versatile leaders who helped me foster these skills. Now, as a Content Marketing Specialist for Salelytics, I continue to exercise both.

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