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Configuring lead routing in Pega Sales Automation 8.2

Updated on September 10, 2021

Use Lead routing for Sales Ops in both business-to-business and business-to-customer scenarios to manage your leads more intelligently. Bulk lead routing speeds up the management process, so that you can focus on more strategic tasks for your business.

Enabling lead routing

Enable lead routing to make it available in your settings.

  1. Log in to App Studio as an administrator.
  2. In the navigation panel of App Studio, click Settings > Application Settings.
  3. In the Features section, select the Lead Routing check box.
  4. Click Save.

Configuring lead routing

The lead routing option is now visible in your Pega Sales Automationapplication. Configure your lead routing by applying conditions.

  1. Log in to the Sales Ops portal.
  2. In the navigation panel of the Sales Ops portal, click Tools > Lead routing, and then specify the following conditions:
    1. Depending on your business needs, select either the B2B or B2C selling mode.
    2. Select Route to operator action.

      This is the only available action. For more information, see the Known Issues section of the Pega Sales Automation 8.2 Release Notes on the Pega Sales Automation product page.

    3. Press the Down Arrow key, and then choose an operator routing value.
  3. Specify one or more When rules to adjust the routing logic to your business needs.

    For example, route particular emails to a defined sales representative.

  4. Click Save. Your leads are assigned to the new operator.

Updating data and applying lead routing rules

If you have a new Pega Sales Automation 8.2 application, import your data. For more information, see Pega Sales Automation data import.

Updating .csv files to reflect lead routing changes

  1. Download and review sample data templates from Pega Sales Automation sample data templates.

    The .csv file has two new columns: Use automatic routing and Owner. Ensure that you populate these columns with data before the import.

  2. Log in to the Sales Ops portal.
  3. In the navigation panel of the Sales Ops portal, click Tools > Data Import wizard.
  4. Select either Lead (Individual) or Lead (Business) upload type.
  5. Upload your .csv file to the application.

    Follow the steps in Importing the data starting from step 2.

Changing the owner of a single lead

  1. Log in to the Sales Ops portal.
  2. In the navigation panel of the Sales Ops portal, click Leads, and then open a lead that you want to modify.
  3. Click Actions > Change owner and perform one of the following actions:
    • In the New owner field, press the Down Arrow key, and then select a new owner.
    • Enter a change reason.
      Changing a lead owner
  4. Click Submit.

Bulk updating existing leads

  1. Log in to the Sales Ops portal.
  2. On the Leads main page, click Bulk actions.
  3. In the Bulk processing dial box, select the leads that you want to modify.
  4. Click Select action, and then click Change owner.
    • Select Use automatic routing and apply conditions that are defined for automatic routing.
      Note: If you select automatic routing but clear the Change territory to new owner’s territory check box, the system uses its logic for the owner, but you can define the territory yourself.
    • In the New owner field, press the Down Arrow key and select a new owner.
    • Provide a change reason.
      Lead bulk change owner screen
  5. Click Submit, and then click Close.
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