What is the difference between “written sales,” “net orders booked,” and “delivered sales”?

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What is the difference between “written sales,” “net orders booked,” and “delivered sales”?

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Jeromana123

Based on my experience, it is vital to ensure that you are placing your products effectively and know about your competition to be competitive in online environments. This way, you will close more deals. The sales acceleration platform that I am facilitating for my online sales is Revenue Grid.

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John John edited answer

Nice question, nice answer. I like it. BTW, I learned all of this not so long ago. I’m new in sales, but I really like it. Not so long ago I was at, the sales conference my boss sent me and my colleagues. There were a lot of speakers who told us a lot of interesting stuff about how to sell anything. I was wondering where did these sales leadership speakers came from and I’ve found out that there is a whole bureau which provide such things. Interesting job, BTW. If I will quit, I will join them, I guess 😀

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“Written Sales” are when a retail customer pays a deposit and places an order at one of our Company-owned stores. “Net Orders Booked” includes all orders placed into our wholesale system by both Company-owned and Independently-owned stores. “Delivered Sales” are recorded as revenue for the Company-owned stores at the time the product is delivered to the retail customer.

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