If you think about it, everything evolves
over time and becomes better, whether
we’re talking about objects, concepts, or
technology. Commission automation is
no different. Years ago, companies came
out with software to help automate the
commissions process, but it hasn’t ever been
truly automated until recently (more about
that in a bit though).
You probably remember a few years back
when everyone had a Nokia cell phone.
You may have even had one yourself. They
were clunky, not very user-friendly, hard to
send texts on, and had very limited internet
capabilities. But this is all we knew at the
time and it was certainly an upgrade from
a home phone. If you wanted to make a
phone call on a Nokia, you had to manually
scroll through your contacts to find who
you were looking to call. There were no
voice commands. And let’s say you wanted
to text multiple people the same text
message. There was no group text or copy/
paste functionality, so you had to manually
scroll through your phone yet again and
text everyone individually using t9 text (i.e.
clicking the 1 three times to get a “c”). This left
a lot of room for human error and also made
it easy to leave someone out accidentally. It
was also very time consuming.
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