Gillis Delivers $17m in Year-To-Date Revenue for Clients

Dynamic Sales Solution Provides Increased Revenue and Profitability Even During the Pandemic

USA, Dallas, Texas. November 11, 2021

Gillis, a training and sales performance organization for hoteliers, announced today that its remote, full service sales for hire service - "Dynamic Sales Solution" (DSS) produced $17 million in actual revenue for its clients since January 2021.

Hotels that have invested in sales strategies to prepare in advance of the return of travel are already seeing the impact of doing so. The Gillis DSS solution, a full-service, turnkey remote sales team, is designed to meet its clients' individual, property-specific needs while actively pursuing sales opportunities on a local, regional and national level.

  • 10X return on investment - In Q3 of 2021, Gillis not only delivered $6.7M in revenue to its clients, but the company turned over client investments more than 10X during that period.
  • Client loyalty - The company saw a 95 percent retention rate with clients this year at a time when owners are looking at all expenses. Through a dedicated team approach, Gillis provides its clients with a single point of contact and experts that are focused on specialized segments and geographies designed to shorten the sales cycle and deliver results.
  • Solving sales staffing challenges - As restrictions are lifted and travelers take to the skies again, today's hotels are not only faced with staffing issues, but also the operational challenges of recruiting, hiring, training and managing sales personnel. Gillis' DSS solves these challenges by providing a responsive, knowledgeable, and scalable solution that is more affordable than building expertise within.

Tammy Gillis, CEO, Gillis, said: "As the hospitality industry begins to re-emerge from this devastating downturn, the time is now to push the reset button and take a hard look at the approach to sales and its effectiveness. For those hotels that continue to struggle to find and retain good salespeople, Gillis DSS offers a turnkey solution that can pay for itself 10X over."

Gillis helps solve today’s sales staffing challenges
Tags: Sales, training, Dynamic Sales Solution, Cultivating a Culture of Selling, revenue growth

About Gillis Sales

Business Contact:

Kim Dearborn
Public Relations Manager
Gillis Sales
T: +1 909-455-4316
E: [email protected]

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