Contrary to popular opinion, time and money are far from synonymous.

Everyday is a bank account, and time is our currency. No one is rich, no one is poor, we’ve got 24 hours each. – Christopher Rice

Time is easily lost – you can spend it, squander it, invest it, pine the loss of it. But unlike money, you can’t create more of it, make back your losses, or track how much is left in your account.  You can’t calculate your life’s net worth in terms of time – its true sum is inconceivable.

Saved time is therefore the purest form of value. The Fortune 500 built billion-dollar industries, simply by finding ways to capitalize on this fact. From fast food to the ubiquitous iPhone, products and services are designed specifically to buy consumers time. These commodities help people get from Point A to Point B quicker, smarter, easier, safer and more efficiently. Helping people sprint from Point A and Point B is the reason successful businesses exist, and the reason they thrive.

Time isn’t money. It’s far more valuable, and far more intangible. When we set about creating sales automation software designed with the value of time in mind, it was easy to pinpoint what industry problems needed tackling. Fact: sales teams spend a staggering number of hours each day manually dialing and performing post-call follow-up activities.

In a DialSource case study on the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, it can be seen that the platform is able to condense 8 hours of sales agent activity into 1. For any outbound-dialing sales professional, DialSource is proven to save hours of precious time–time that can be much better spent on engaging with customers through live conversations, rich with opportunity.

Time is the most valuable thing we have. Learn how your organization can savor it using DialSource.