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How to Create a Revenue Efficiency Model

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Business models can be limited by revenue efficiency or the amount of time per day that a company can generate sales and revenue to support operations. In this post David presents a simple revenue efficiency model that you can run your company through to determine how you’re doing and develop strategies to increase the percentage of time that your business is generating revenue.

Get in contact with David C. Karli through his website, LinkedIn and learn more about Greyledge Technologies here:

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