BURLINGTON, MA(April 9, 2015) – Qstream, maker of mobile enterprise software for igniting high-performance sales teams, today announced that it has been recognized in Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in CRM Sales, 2015” report, authored by analysts Tad Travis, Robert Desisto and Ed Thompson. The report states that “improving a salesperson’s effectiveness through mobility, training and real-time social profiles is emerging as a key driver for sales managers in 2015. IT leaders supporting sales should evaluate these emerging vendors and capabilities to improve their CRM programs.”
Developed at Harvard, Qstream’s sales performance platform has been clinically proven to change on-the-job behaviors with impact to the bottom line. With 94% engagement on average, Qstream users outperform their peers in revenue growth by up to 3X. Using any mobile device, sales reps simply respond to scenario-based challenges in minutes a day to reinforce the sales capabilities that matter most, while built-in game mechanics deliver a user experience that’s fun and non-disruptive to work time. Qstream’s data engine then analyzes response data in real-time to deliver actionable insights to sales managers, such as highly targeted coaching opportunities and sales confidence indicators.
“We are tremendously honored to be recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor, and to have our unique approach to building smarter, more confident sales teams validated in this way, ” said Duncan Lennox, CEO and cofounder of Qstream. “CEOs and sales leaders are under greater pressure than ever to grow topline revenues. Engaging salespeople to perform at high levels is crucial and executives need to know with confidence that their teams have what it takes to win with today’s buyers. Qstream’s sales performance platform is taking the established sales analytics market to task, helping hundreds of thousands of sales reps worldwide to dominate their respective markets through this powerfully simple solution.”
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Qstream, maker of mobile enterprise software for igniting high-performance sales teams, today announced that it has been recognized in Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in CRM Sales, 2015” report, authored by analysts Tad Travis, Robert Desisto and Ed Thompson.
About Qstream Qstream is the leading enterprise microlearning and knowledge reinforcement solution proven by science and in practice to boost learner performance. Hundreds of organizations rely on Qstream to build high-performance teams by delivering a personalized and agile learning experience that delivers the highest levels of retention, engagement, and efficiency along with analytics that provide precision insights and expose a real-time view of performance readiness.
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“Learning retention, asynchronous coaching, a scalable learning model. The benefits of training and coaching a dispersed workforce are huge!”
G2 — Ed Flahive, Senior Digital Learning Specialist at MilliporeSigma
“The support from Qstream staff is invaluable. The gamification aspect is extremely engaging and the in-depth analytics is unmatched.”
G2 — Anonymous G2 Reviewer
“I have seen a very positive impact in retention and users are happy to use this platform to consolidate learnings.”
G2 — Jorge Fragoso, Global Medical Learning and Capabilities Development Lead at Sanofi
“Training our group on thousands of products that we sell is hard. Retaining the information is even harder. Short bursts of learning make it easy for learners to absorb the information.”
G2 — Chris Dissler, eLearning Developer at Infinite Electronics
“Very impactful and transformational approach to microlearning. We are addressing our needs of identifying knowledge gaps in our field force and being able to use the data coming from Qstream to focus the actions needed to close those gaps.”