Zipline reduces the amount of time a store manager spends searching for, reading, and delegating messages and tasks. Managers can repurpose those hours to focus on customer-facing selling behaviors.
Average # of hours per week a store manager spends searching for, reading, and delegating messages/tasks Reference: average of Zipline customers before Zipline was 6.4 hours
Total weekly Gross Sales (sum of all physical stores)
% of Total Gross Sales attributed to Managers
Total # of Store Managers (including assistant managers who perform similar functions)
Average weekly hours a Store Manager dedicates for selling activities
What % of the weekly hours saved by Zipline will you allocate to managers to be on the sales floor? As a reference, Zipline frees up on average 3.2 hours per week per manager
During any given hour on the sales floor, what % of that hour do you estimate your managers are spending actively selling?