Introducing the Sales Playbook for the Agile Selling Team

Finally, a product that brings your sales process and knowledge base all together in one easy-to-use tool.

SalesGRID means you can design your winning sales process and manage all your sales and marketing content in one place.

Take control of your sales knowledge-base

How much time does your team waste looking for the right desks, tools, and templates? How many times do you have to re-create content for sales prospects?

SalesGRID means that you’ve got access to all your best sales content and tips. You can load all office document formats, website links, videos, and more. Master admins can determine the official content for your sales playbook whilst individual salespeople can contribute their best content and moves. Everyone can collaborate and rate the best content.

Playbook Contracting
Onboard New Salespeople

Onboard your new salespeople in record time

Getting new salespeople ramped up has got to be one of the toughest challenges for sales management.

SalesGRID is the go-to resource for your sales rookies. Sales tips, sales, and marketing collateral, templates. It’s brilliant for onboarding new salespeople because they can access it all in one place from Day ONE. You can track a new starter’s progress in the onboarding phase and how well they are executing the sales process through the pipeline.

SalesGRID is like “Trello for sales teams”

Take advantage of Lean sales management practices to drive improved productivity and higher conversion rates.

SalesGRID uses Kanban boards which seamlessly integrate your knowledge base with the sales process and live opportunities.

All steps in the sales process can be tracked through the Activity Kanban. Smart date filtering options mean that you can easily run sales “Sprints” to keep the team focused on the right things. It’s also great for keeping sales meetings on track.

Activity View

Have Your Best Quarter Yet

A study conducted by Vantage Point Performance and the Sales Management Association has found that companies who defined a formal sales process experienced 18% more revenue growth than those without.