This guide suggests a better process for acquiring an ICM solution. For many companies, sales compensation is the largest component of Sales, General and Administrative (SG&A) costs. The monthly calculation and payment of variable sales compensation is often an arduous, manual process that must accommodate a number of exceptions and changes: rarely does a sales compensation plan start and end a fiscal year intact.
The plan must survive the attrition and addition of sales representatives. It must accurately calculate and pay commissions on time, as there are risks and trust issues involved when it doesn’t. While the sales compensation plan is, theoretically, an enabler of revenue growth, these characteristics prevent it from scaling as the business grows.
This guide will examine the problems that motivate ICM solution acquisition, the limitations of acquiring one through a traditional RFP, a recommended approach, an example project plan and conclude with a discussion of associated risks and rewards.
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