Revenue Collective Announces Strategic Partnership With QuotaPath To Drive Compensation Awareness, Crosses 3,000 Members
Revenue Collective, the leading membership organization focused on sales and marketing leaders, announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with QuotaPath, the leading free commission tracking software powered by its thousands of users.
In response to COVID-19, sales organizations are restructuring compensation plans in order to compete in today’s market. Compensation plays a critical part in sales strategy and team motivation and together, Revenue Collective and QuotaPath will work to help sales professionals better understand their compensation and help executives and companies more accurately set, track, and predict commission-driven compensation.
The two organizations will generate original and proprietary research through jointly produced webinars, research reports, and benchmarking data. The partnership enables Revenue Collective members to explore this content through its highly engaged Slack channel – “comp_plans” and grants preferred access for its members to QuotaPath services and exclusive content through the “quotapath” channel.
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“Our work and mission of empowerment at QuotaPath aligns seamlessly with Revenue Collective, and we’re confident that together we can provide insights to each of Revenue Collective’s industry segments on how to best tackle challenges with sales compensation,” said AJ Bruno Co-Founder and CEO of QuotaPath. “We’re excited to join forces and unite QuotaPath’s network of more than 3,000 users with Revenue Collective’s expansive network of executives across the globe to continue creating best-in-class community programs and content.”
Concurrently, Revenue Collective is pleased to announce it now has more than 3,000 members in its global network, nearly quadrupling its community size since Fall 2019. In 2020 alone, the company has garnered nearly 2,000 new like-minded executives to discuss problems, solutions and industry trends despite the challenging business atmosphere as a result of COVID-19.