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Calls per opportunity measures the average number of phone calls a sales rep needs to make in order to open one opportunity or deal.
To measure calls per opportunity, you take your total number of calls made, and divide by the number of opps created.
For example, if a rep made 2,000 calls in a month and opened 14 opportunities, then their calls per opportunity ratio would be 2,000 / 14 = 143 calls per opp.
To measure calls per opportunity with Salesforce data:
First count the number of tasks that were created in the time period you are measuring, which have a task type of “call”. Then count the number of opportunities created in that same period. Then divide the calls by the opportunities.
To measure calls per deal with HubSpot CRM data
First count the number of engagements that were created in the time period you are measuring, which have an engagement type of “call”. Then count the number of deals created in that same period. Then divide the calls by the deals.
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