Definition of Win/Loss Report

A structured analysis that examines the factors contributing to both successful and unsuccessful sales deals. It helps a company understand the reasons behind customer decisions, which enables a company's leadership team to make strategic adjustments to improve future sales performance.

Example: After reviewing the win/loss report, the sales team identified that pricing and customer support were the key factors in recent won deals, while the lack of long-tail integrations led to losses in some opportunities.

Variations: win/loss analysis

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The definition for "Win/Loss Report" was last updated in 2023.

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Date: 05/21/2024

Word: Close It Out

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