What users are saying about

6sense

6 Ratings

salesPRISM

8 Ratings

6sense

6 Ratings
Score 8.8 out of 101

salesPRISM

8 Ratings
Score 7.7 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

6sense

6sense is well suited in areas such as creating a campaign for our site. For example, "grill season". It makes it easy to create a campaign to advertise all our grills, best selling [grills] and create certain price updates/categories. It is not as useful on the product campaign, coupon and sales level, but still more useful than platforms we have used in the past.
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salesPRISM

It’s been a huge advantage to them to be global at such an early stage of their development. They keep improving the product from level of customer interaction. They are a little overstretched but I think they’ll grow into it.
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Pros

  • Stores and organizes information by product, department, etc., to make it easier for our website to function.
  • Help us track the buyer journey, making it a more enjoyable buying process for them on our website.
  • Help us drive revenue against competitors such as Amazon and Wal-Mart.
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  • Prospecting Prioritization - helps predict what companies may be great prospects for sales based on trends and outside information.
  • Central location for information - compiles custom fields to easily see things like purchase history, contacts, and news articles in one place, so it limits my time spend researching before cold calling.
  • Integration with Salesforce.com - integrates into our CRM tool so I can make notes on conversations, create opportunities right out of the tool, and also assign follow up items seamlessly.
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Cons

  • Some of the terms used are a learning process for our team, but the site is easy to navigate.
  • Although the site is easier to navigate, it has a lot of facets that take time to learn where elements are saved.
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  • The UI is not user friendly and does not fit incredibly well into SFDC. That said, with some use, it gets easier. Columns of key data presented on the accounts should be more standardized and sort from largest to smallest.
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Likelihood to Renew

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salesPRISM8.1
Based on 5 answers
SalesPrism is a very valuable tool to our sales team.
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Usability

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salesPRISM9.0
Based on 2 answers
It is very easy to use. Sales people really like the interface. For marketing not as easy to use due to the reporting. It’s a little bit difficult.

It’s not very set-up for marketing users who need a full on view of all sales users. It’s not like Salesforce.com where you have marketing admin access and can create dummy profiles and dummy accounts. It’s really designed for just a sales rep and their account set
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Reliability and Availability

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salesPRISM9.1
Based on 2 answers
We have not had any outages.
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Performance

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salesPRISM9.0
Based on 2 answers
Because of the international latency challenges described earlier.
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Support

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salesPRISM8.7
Based on 3 answers
It's very good. They are very responsive. They aren’t pushy on providing too much. They are very transparent about what you’re getting and paying for
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In-Person Training

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salesPRISM8.3
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Please see my answers to the previous question. We had very good feedback from our product management, strategy and sales leadership and reps regarding our training.
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Online Training

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salesPRISM7.0
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I have just watched videos. They have very good pure video based training for high level. I have seen the training for reps. It is not very complex
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Implementation

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salesPRISM7.8
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While the training is very easy, we had to do a lot of heavy lifting to really scale it. It’s been a bit of all hands on deck. We have had the marketing team walk the sales floor to get training to happen. Our challenge was having the bandwidth, however once it’s done it’s done
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Alternatives Considered

Oracle is not user-friendly. It is outdated and confusing, also makes it hard to enter in and out of certain tabs/areas within the platform. 6sense is more in-depth and has more functional abilities compared to Salesforce.
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We picked this system because of the overall approach of Lattice. Installing a predictive analytics engine requires transformation and change management of sales, product owners, and their associated leadership. Lattice Engines has a holistic approach that includes hand-holding an organization through the change needed to be successful.
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Return on Investment

  • It is easier to monitor our ROI on certain campaigns, departments, subclasses, within our sites.
  • We have less issues with launching campaigns correctly and the site crashing on us while processing and developing these campaigns.
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  • There is a clear step function increase in the measurable output of sales in each country it rolls out in. It’s different depending on country. There is an order of a 50-70% increase in direct attributable revenue to marketing plays, i.e. the conversion rate of the identified plays is 50-70% higher. Since marketing provides a portion of sales leads, the overall lift in sales productivity is 2-15%.
  • We have not done a global ROI analysis – each country is looking at it. In America, ROI is probably 4-5x.
  • There are parallel paths from marketing to sales. Sales plays through lattice which are more outbound call plays. In these the rep often has to find the contact. We tell rep to call this account, but not necessarily a specific identified person. Most of it is to house accounts. Calls plays fall into different categories – retention, growth acquisition/Greenfield (where we have something very modest installed but less than 10% of potential). Leads are specific individuals who raise their hand and request follow-up. They go through a different path to Lattice.
  • I think it works best when there are a couple of factors present: 1) Where we have a relationship business, where sales does know who to call, they just need help prioritizing between accounts; 2) It works very well as you get to medium to small segment of customer business, where you have one rep that covers at least 100 accounts and up to 500. It really helps them prioritize. In strategic account territories (with very finite numbers of accounts), they don’t need as much help, though they still find the value in the 3rd party data.
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Pricing Details

6sense

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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salesPRISM

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details