Next Quarter Reveals Rebrand Supporting Company’s Forward-Thinking Strategic Vision

The organization unveils a new name to represent the growth and evolution of its data-driven intelligence platform.

Next Quarter, formally ForecastEra, a customer-centric revenue intelligence platform, unveiled the company’s new brand identity today. The rebranding follows a recent investment and valuable additions to the executive team that will allow Next Quarter to help empower organizations worldwide to leverage data intelligence with confidence for exponential growth. The rebrand represents the company’s evolution to the Next Quarter platform, which continues to expand and adapt to meet existing and new customers’ shifting needs.

Next Quarter has already established itself as the go-to AI platform for revenue intelligence among many Fortune 500 companies and is recognized by industry analysts Garner and Forrester. When identifying account planning tools that have achieved a significant market share, Gartner featured Next Quarter (then ForecastEra) in its 2022 Hype Cycle for CRM Sales Technology Report. Next Quarter is already moving forward to even greater market penetration with its revenue intelligence platform.

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Next Quarter, formally ForecastEra, a customer-centric revenue intelligence platform, unveiled the company’s new brand identity today.

“A key component of the Next Quarter platform is its unique ability to accelerate the power of Salesforce to help its customers thrive. Next Quarter’s solutions support collaboration between sales operations and finance departments while giving businesses real-time account and sales intelligence, forecasts, and the insights they need to grow,” explains Rahul Shah, Next Quarter Founder and CEO.

The resulting rebrand represents the company’s full suite of capabilities, account growth, revenue intelligence, and financial clarity in a single platform. It allows Next Quarter to provide a single source of truth that sales, revenue, and finance teams can trust.

The Next Quarter rebrand follows several company additions over the last year. In October 2021, the company received an investment funding round led by Ringbolt Capital.

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“We’re excited to see how the transformative Next Quarter platform performs. Being a Salesforce native platform enhances its value and extends its reach to more than 150,000 users worldwide. Next Quarter’s impressive forecasting accuracy in real-time can provide CROs and CFOs with a significant advantage in plotting their companies’ futures,” said Joe Vacca, Ringbolt Managing Partner.

Shah realized that Next Quarter was in a unique and exciting position, further enhanced by the new funding. “Our investors appreciate the massive potential in this market. In fact, the data supports substantial growth over the next five years, with the strong possibility of seeing $1.6 billion in new business revenue through the Salesforce network.”

Over the past year, Next Quarter has expanded its robust suite of capabilities and offerings. With the new name in place and the new website launched, Next Quarter is in an exceptional position to help companies close deals faster.

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