Sales Force Sizing

STRATEGIZE. OPTIMIZE REACH. UPHOLD BUDGET.

Get a sales force structure designed to align with budgetary expense and revenue expectations.

Whether you need to resize your sales force due to company capacity, budget changes, adding/dropping in-line products, launching new products, or facing competitive selling against a strong competitor’s launch, KMK will help you optimally size your sales force to be successful. 

We will assess the break-even point for incremental sales headcount based on the gross contribution margin from the sales rep and the respective cost activity.

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