Spiff Secures Leadership Position in G2’s Summer Sales Compensation Reports
Spiff, the leading sales commission software for forward-thinking revenue and sales organizations, has earned top placements in five summer reports from G2.com Inc., the largest software marketplace and review platform. The company, which is re-inventing the sales compensation process by aligning finance and sales and putting trust back into the sales compensation process, claimed the top spot in two sales compensation reports – Sales Compensation: SMB and Sales Compensation Momentum – and leadership positions in five sales compensation reports in total.
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Spiff secures a leadership position in five G2 sales compensation reports.
“There are those that believe the sales compensation process is irrevocably broken and there is evidence to support it, whether it be complex processes across different geographies and teams, software – including spreadsheets – that is antiquated and lacks the flexibility to support the complexity of today’s sales organizations, or a stalemate between finance and sales teams to find the common ground needed to better the situation,” Jeron Paul, CEO and founder, Spiff, said. “But what some see as broken, we see as ripe for innovation and re-invention. We are thrilled to be recognized by G2 again because it demonstrates the trust our customers have in us to drive motivation by delivering real-time, automation of complex commission processes across the business.”
In addition to the two top placements, Spiff finished among the top three leaders in Sales Compensation Software, Sales Compensation Software: Mid-Market, and Sales Compensation Software: Enterprise. It’s the latest validation for Spiff, which announced $46 million in Series B funding earlier this month. In less than one year, Spiff has raised a Series A and Series B round totalling $68 million. Earlier this year, the company redesigned its flagship product, Spiff Commission Designer, making it the sales performance management industry’s first enterprise-grade compensation platform that’s easier to use than a spreadsheet.
“It helps me motivate my team to push themselves for better sales with better collections and allows them to reflect on their total earning potential so that they can strive towards the same,” said one mid-market sales director based in Asia Pacific.
Said a mid-market account executive, “It gives the full breakdown of your quarter and allows you to understand where you are versus just keeping it in a spreadsheet. It also helps a ton to see each of your sales into a breakdown, thus allowing you to check what we see in Salesforce and what we see in Spiff. It allows us to keep everything in sync and also allows for accountability on both ends.”
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