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With Cadence, you’ll unlock more opportunities!

  • More efficient sales teams, with no extra effort
  • Unified prospecting methods for your teams
  • CRM is automatically updated, in real time

Keep your prospect data up-to-date

Qualify your prospects in Cadence and update their status in just a click.

Information on your prospects is automatically updated in real time in Google Sheets, and vice-versa in Cadence.

Keep your prospect data up-to-date

Quick and easy set-up

In just a few clicks, you can import your list of prospects with their information (name, job title, phone numbers).

It couldn't be easier! Are you ready to unlock the power of prospecting with Cadence?

Quick and easy set-up

by Ringover’s key features

List of daily tasks

Generated automatically, for each employee.

Template library

Emails, SMS messages, LinkedIn messages, call scripts, etc.

CRM syncing

Prospect information always up-to-date.

Integration into your telephony

Make you calls in just one click.

Multi-channel sequences

Contact your prospects by phone, email, etc.

Automated actions

Save time for your agents.

Sales activity monitoring

In real time.

Performance statistics

To optimize your templates, your prospecting sequences.

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Sales Engagement with Google Sheets FAQ

  • Can I integrate Cadence into my Google Sheets CRM?
  • What is Google Sheets sales engagement?
  • How do I enable sales engagement in Google Sheets?
  • How do I track sales performance in Google Sheets?
  • How do I create a sales spreadsheet in Google Sheets?
  • Can I use Google Sheets as a CRM?
  • How do I create a sales dashboard in Google Sheets?
  • What is sales engagement?
  • What is the difference between sales engagement and CRM?

Can I integrate Cadence into my Google Sheets CRM?

Cadence is compatible with Google Sheets, an integration that helps sales teams organize their data and ultimately improve performance. There are multiple benefits you and your teams will access with a Cadence integration.

  • Automatic data synchronization: The information recorded in Google Sheets and Cadence will be automatically updated in both software. That means you and your team will never have to enter the same data twice! Plus, once Google Sheets qualifies a contact as a lead, it will be automatically entered into an automated workflow in Cadence.
  • Efficient prospecting: Once a qualified lead arrives in Cadence, they’ll enter a sales sequence with automated steps. Sales agents have minimal actions to take thanks to optimized templates already in Cadence, ensuring the prospects receive personalized communications based on best practices.
  • Optimized performance: Cadence has an advanced analytics dashboard that updates in real time. This information will allow you to rapidly and easily determine what messaging, timing, communication channels, etc., work best. You’ll be able to choose the best approach based on data, and easily share that information with your team.
  • Easy access to data: Prospect interactions will be automatically recorded in Cadence, so you’ll have an updated record of call recordings, SMS, notes, and more.
  • Simple configuration: Integrating Cadence with Google Sheets is a snap thanks to a step-by-step guide.

What is Google Sheets sales engagement?

Google Sheets sales engagement is an affordable and scalable way to track your leads. But tracking sales engagement is a challenge with Google Sheets if you’re working without an integration. That’s where Cadence comes in.

Sales engagement refers to the various interactions that make up the buyer journey. With an integration like Cadence, you’ll have a suite of sales engagement tools that automate prospect interactions and reveal insight into how to get the best conversion rate.

When using a Cadence integration, each sales agent receives a daily to-do list and a template library to help them create personalized and optimized outreach for each prospect. There will be no more wondering about how to organize or create your messaging, content, timing, and other factors.

How do I enable sales engagement in Google Sheets?

To enable sales engagement in Google Sheets, you’ll need to integrate a sales engagement platform like Cadence. Cadence is compatible with Google Sheets, and is easy to integrate thanks to a step-by-step guide during onboarding.

When you’re using Google Sheets as a CRM, you can create worksheets to track your contacts and, to a limited extent, the interactions with contacts. But a sales engagement tool will take you much further in optimizing your sales process.

Cadence will not only track the interactions with prospects, but generate daily to-do lists for sales agents so they never let a lead fall by the wayside. Plus, Cadence has other resources to help the sales team integrate best practices and improve in the short and long term, like templates and automated sales sequences.

Finally, the individual and team performance will be tracked over time thanks to an analytics dashboard. With those analytics, you can easily optimize your sequences and templates.

How do I track sales performance in Google Sheets?

To track sales performance in Google Sheets, you can enter certain metrics into Google Sheets. But to fully follow sales performance, an integration with a sales engagement platform like Cadence is the best option.

To track your sales performance in Google Sheets, follow these steps.

  1. Select your data and the KPIs you want to track. Many businesses choose to track contact information, status, and contact history.
  2. Build the master input tab, with columns for your KPIs. Adding data validation to different fields can be very helpful so you receive a warning if invalid data is entered.
  3. Duplicate the input tab. Having duplicates of the master tab means that each team or even individual team members can track data.

Rather than trying to create a performance dashboard within Google Sheets, integrate a sales engagement software like Cadence.

Setting up Cadence is very simple. Sign up, then you’ll receive an email to start your onboarding process. After setting up your password, you can head to the marketplace page to get your integration started.

How do I create a sales spreadsheet in Google Sheets?

Creating a sales spreadsheet in Google Sheets will allow you to track a limited amount of data like contact information and interactions. But to minimize tiresome manual data entry and improve your sales process, the best option is to integrate Google Sheets with a sales engagement platform like Cadence.

  1. Sign up for Cadence and launch your onboarding with the email from Cadence.
  2. Set up your password through the link included in the Cadence email.
  3. Once you’ve set your new password, head to the Cadence marketplace page to set up your Google Sheets integration.

This integration has clear benefits. You’ll make your operations more efficient thanks to automatic data synchronization between the two software, and optimize your performance thanks to several benefits. First, Cadence provides templates for messaging based on best practices. Secondly, the sales engagement tool analyzes data in a real-time dashboard so you can evaluate and refine the messaging, timing, and frequency of prospect interactions. Finally, sales agents will be able to automate outreach to prospects so they eliminate tiresome administrative tasks and gain time.

Can I use Google Sheets as a CRM?

To use Google Sheets as a CRM, you can track simple data like contact, interaction history, lead status. But as your business grows, you’ll need a more complex data tracking system. That’s why many businesses eventually opt for spreadsheet templates or integrations with sales engagement platforms like Cadence. To use Google Sheets as a simple CRM, follow these steps.

  1. Create your master tab in Google Sheets.
  2. Choose the metrics you want to track.
  3. Import your data.
  4. Duplicate the master tab so your teams and employees can use the spreadsheets as needed.

Google Sheets can be useful if you have a small customer base, but pay attention to how much time you lose on tedious administrative tasks. You can improve your conversion rate simply by integrating sales engagement tools like Cadence.

Cadence allows you to create automated sales sequences so you can optimize the messaging and timing of your prospect outreach. The platform also provides templates informed by best practices, so you save even more time. And since there’s no way to improve your performance if you don’t understand it, Cadence provides a comprehensive analytics dashboard. You’ll be able to understand what works and what doesn’t at a glance.

How do I create a sales dashboard in Google Sheets?

To create a sales dashboard in Google Sheets, you’ll need to follow these steps.

  1. Import the needed data into Google Sheets if it’s not already there.
  2. Use functions to calculate KPIs. For example, you can use the COUNTIF function to count the number of cells that meet a certain condition.
  3. Then you can select the data range, click Insert from the Google Sheets menu, and choose Chart. Then you can select the chart type that will best represent your data.

There is a simpler way to create a sales dashboard from Google Sheets, which is to integrate a sales engagement software like Cadence.

Cadence provides advanced analytics on the performance of messaging, outreach timing, and more. Plus, the graphics are easy to download from the software, so you can share the graphics and create presentations in no time at all.

What is sales engagement?

Sales engagement is the interactions that create a buyer’s journey. Sales engagement is important because it can determine and measure the buyer journey quality, which has a direct impact on conversion rate. Sales engagement is particularly important for optimizing digital touchpoints, which have become key to efficient and effective sales strategies.

Sales engagement tools help to optimize sales strategies with insights on how to improve messaging, content, timing, communication channels, and more. Thanks to those insights, which are presented in the form of personalized advice and analytics dashboards, sales agents increase their conversion rate in an efficient manner.

What is the difference between sales engagement and CRM?

The main difference between CRM and sales engagement is that CRM stores data, while sales engagement leverages that data to contact customers in an optimized way.

The complementary functions of CRM and sales engagement platforms means they are best used together. Thanks to the information tracked and stored by the CRM, the sales engagement platform automatically upload leads classified as qualified by the CRM into predefined workflows.

In this manner, qualified leads will be efficiently and effortlessly integrated into the buyer journey. Sales agents will know who to contact, in what manner, and even benefit from automated actions and templates. Once the sales engagement platform has been in use, sales agents will be able to optimize their outreach thanks to data on what channels, timing, and messaging is most efficient.