Spiff, one of the leading sales commission platforms for forward-thinking revenue and sales organizations, announced today that Spiff is now listed on the Salesforce AppExchange. More than two-thirds of Spiff customers use Salesforce as their customer relationship management (CRM) platform and the integration enables Spiff users to import data directly from Salesforce to the Spiff platform. The real-time access to Salesforce data simplifies the sales representative experience and furthers Spiff’s commitment to putting trust back in the sales commission process.
Spiff is now listed on the Salesforce AppExchange, enabling Spiff users to import data directly from Salesforce to the Spiff platform.
“Commission design and management is a broken experience in a lot of businesses, pitting sales against finance organizations,” Jeron Paul, CEO and Founder, Spiff said. “As enterprise commissions increase in complexity, we have forgotten the people for whom commissions are part of how they get paid and put food on the table. We are excited to be on AppExchange, which gives sales reps real-time access to Salesforce data and brings transparency back to the commissions process.”
Spiff is a spreadsheet replacement for forward thinking businesses looking for a low-code/no-code commissions solution that can grow with enterprises. Commissions historically have been managed using spreadsheets, which lack the flexibility to deal with today’s modern sales organizations that face the complexities of different geographies, various plan structures, and thousands of global salespeople who are motivated by their commissions.
“The Spiff integration with Salesforce has been extremely beneficial for ExpertVoice,” Adam Strong, vice president of finance, ExpertVoice, said. “The real-time access to Salesforce data simplifies the commission process for both our finance and operations teams. Furthermore, it has brought more transparency into the process for our sales teams, which in turn, has led to greater motivation and greater results.”
It’s been an eventful year for Spiff, which announced $46 million Series B funding In June that included investment from Salesforce Ventures. Last month, the company claimed top placements in five summer sales compensation reports from G2.com, the largest software marketplace and review platform.