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The Ultimate Sales Quarterly Business Review Template

If you ask us, QBRs are a little bit redundant...but even we'll admit they have their uses and can help drive sales results in the long-term.

If you're still building your revenue
motion quarter-to-quarter rather than daily, look no've just found the best QBR template on the internet!

Naturally there's now more appropriate ways to plan, track & monitor business progress, however if you're looking for a quick and simple spreadsheet you're in the right place.

Let's get it!

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Using the template

Easy to use and get started, our Quarterly Business Review (QBR) Template for sales leaders is not only really simple, it's also completely free and makes for a great executive business review. Just make a copy of it from Google Sheets or download it to Microsoft Excel!

1. Add your current performance into the table

 The yellow boxes are all editable, meaning that you can quickly and easily fill in data for your current quarter, without needing to add a load of formulae to build your quarter on quarter comparisons. 

You can also add custom metrics that appear on each of the QBR pages, to track internal initiatives. 

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2. Visit the QBR tab to see the progress & alerts

You can quickly and easily see if metrics are stable, declining or if you need to make a change. The traffic light system helps you to quickly and easily spot change with a scan.

Use this to compare against business objectives and goals to understand company progress, and what you need to to for the upcoming quarter.

3. Build quick action plans to rectify, mitigate & capitalise on change

Change might not be bad, but it needs to always be understood. Use the notes section to clarify understanding of why certain KPIs might have moved, and come up with action plans for the next 90 to address it.

Pick a couple of priority metrics to work on, to keep your teams moving in a positive direction.


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