Know What It Takes to Change Future Quarters

With, managers can identify the leading indicator activities of their top reps, turning those into performance benchmarks that directly impact future quarters.

Say Goodbye to the Guesswork

Never wonder what activities top performers do differently thanks to automatic activity and contact capture that analyzes historic trends.

  • Capture activity and contact data trapped in your rep’s inboxes
  • Analyze two years worth of activities and contacts to uncover historic trends
  • Gain a clearer understanding of the context of rep activities, not just sheer volumes

Coach to Win: Using Data-Informed Management to Transform Sales Teams

Know Where Reps Stand

Compare individual rep activity to performance benchmarks to proactively pinpoint coaching opportunities.

  • Build custom dashboards that combine historic analysis with internal KPIs
  • Easily identify how well reps are tracking towards goals and where help is needed
  • Access rep performance dashboards directly inside Salesforce

Bring the Full Story to Coaching Sessions

Gone are the days of twenty questions to know what’s happening. Easily see what’s been done and where you need to lean in.

  • Dig in with breakdowns for individual rep performance across benchmarks
  • See historic trends for how reps are tracking towards benchmarks
  • Understand what’s been done and leverage AI-alerts to proactively address risk

3 Steps to Unleashing a High-performing Pipeline Engine


Our Customers Achieve Incredible Results

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I can attest that [] data has become MORE valuable to our sales team in this climate. Activities are a leading indicator to pipe and we can’t get enough leading indicators right now.
Scott Holden | Chief Marketing Officer at ThoughtSpot
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