Developing Salesperson Performance Indicators on Instant Messaging Platform

Nisafani, Amna Ahifia and Wibisono, Arif and Imandani, Safrina Kharisma and Wibowo, Radityo Prasetianto Developing Salesperson Performance Indicators on Instant Messaging Platform. nformation Systems International Conference (ISICO). ISSN 1877-0509

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The advancement of information technology has made hyper channels for sales initiatives possible. One emerging channel is instant
messaging. Instant messaging (such as mobile chatting) is a prevalent sales channel for today online shop. There are two
fundamental reasons for the adoption: 1) easy to install 2) high customer personalization. Unfortunately, the asynchronous natures
of the channel have led to the difficulties of measuring salesperson performance. Distinct to synchronous communication in which
two involved parties should concurrently active during the communication process (such as telephoning), the asynchronous
communication does not require so. As a result, long response does not necessarily mean that the communication process fails and
the sales closing invalidated. While there are plenty available methods to measure sales performance over non instant messaging
platforms, the method to gauge sales performance over instant messaging platform still under searched. Hence, this research
develops a method to assess salespersons performance. For the methodology, there are three steps namely analyzing mobile chat
transcript, identifying relevant variables, and defining suitable measurement. The identified variables and their measurements will
be the new indicators. To this point, we use real data set from a Japanese-style cookware online shop called The
result of this research are five performance indicators, namely response time, sales closure rate, sales product quantity, sales
amount, and product variant

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Instant Messaging; Mobile Chat; Customer Relationship Management; Call Center; Salespersons; Enterprise Systems; Transcripts; Salesperson Evaluation
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > HF5549.5.P35 Performance standards
Divisions: Faculty of Information Technology > Information System
Depositing User: Mr. Tondo Indra Nyata
Date Deposited: 28 Aug 2018 07:40
Last Modified: 28 Aug 2018 07:40

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