The Super Bowl may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun is! For all of you Fantasy Football lovers, your favorite sport game is about to “touchdown” in your office! FantasySalesTeam, from Microsoft, a new feature part of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Professional and Enterprise editions, has been released for previewing. What is FantasySalesTeam and what does it do? In today’s blog we’ll give you a little peak into the new game. Annnnnnnndddddddd hut!
FantasySalesTeam is a new gaming solution that is designed to help sales organizations set their teams up for success by utilizing fun team-based competitions. The game can help boost sales productivity, revenue, and user adoption for sales organizations who are struggling with their team building and overall success.
If you’ve played any sort of fantasy sports game, you know the general idea. FantasySalesTeam uses its own fantasy sports-themed games to engage users to “draft” teams within their organization. What’s the point? The team mentality inspires participants to really get involved and invested in each other’s success. Because anyone can see the results, participants are inspired to collaborate as well as compete with other teams to create positive and impactful cultural changes within an organization.
Here are a few of the things you can do with FantasySalesTeam:
- Award points for any activity inside Dynamics CRM
- Stream interactive TV leaderboards around the office
- Trigger video celebrations of gongs, fireworks, and more for individual and team achievements
- Include everyone in the company to draft fantasy teams
- Schedule automated emails with embedded results
- Produce rich graphs and charts of performance data by individual and team
If you already have Dynamics CRM Online Professional or Enterprise editions, you can get FantasySalesTeam for FREE! Want to learn more? Check out the FantasySalesTeam preview release. There’s also a support forum you can reference for any questions or support. Give it a try and let us know what you think, and most importantly, have fun!