Gong is great - I use it often
June 15, 2021

Gong is great - I use it often

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Gong.io

Multiple departments use [Gong.io] for many reasons. Chiefly, we use it to be able to monitor customer interactions, and to give feedback to our sales and success reps about those interactions. Also, there are many other features that are useful. Scoring calls, and transcripts (text notes provided via the recording so that you can focus on the call, and not taking notes).
  • Transcripts for call notes
  • Call scoring and commenting
  • Listening to/monitoring calls for QA and training purposes
  • Call organization so that you can create a library of knowledge
  • Indicators of who is taking up the talking time
  • The navigation bar on the video is placed a little funny. I find myself moving my mouse and accidentally fast forwarding the video with some frequency.
  • Recorded calls
  • Transcripts
  • Call scoring
  • Library of calls (organizing calls)
  • Call quality
  • Training
  • Feedback facilitation
I've used other call monitoring products in the past such as Click 2 Coach, and others. I find [Gong.io] to be easy to use. I can search and find what I'm looking for, or I receive emails that tell me a call was recorded, and I get that little prompt to go listen to it. Also, this has been an invaluable training tool as it lets you organize your recorded calls. We also use transcripts and call scoring often. In short, this is a complete solution.

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[Gong.io] has been useful in many scenarios. I typically use [Gong.io] to monitor calls for feedback and QA purposes, but I also use it to score calls, look at the transcripts for notes, and to store calls in folder structures to create a library of good call and bad call examples. Its easy to comment on calls, and alert the rep that there's feedback there to consume.