Sendoso has helped grow my pipeline tremendously!
Updated August 23, 2021

Sendoso has helped grow my pipeline tremendously!

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

Overall Satisfaction with Sendoso

My organization leverages Sendoso at various stages of the sales cycle and client lifecycle. We use it to prompt conversation, set meetings over coffee, and to re-engage with someone who may have gone silent. In active sales cycles, we've found multiple uses to stand out and even ease the fear of COVID coworkers (e.g., pets/kids who sometimes make an appearance). It's also kind of fun getting creative for each scenario! Sendoso helps our people be seen more as people in this remote age.
  • Has a wide range of gifts for any type of person, location, or occassion.
  • I love the self-verification feature for addresses since so many are working remotely now!
  • The sheer amount of ways Sendoso can impact a prospective or existing relationship is amazing.
  • The UI isn't that great for end users--I wish the tiles shown were pictures of the product instead of generic icons. It takes several clicks to view what the item is.
  • I wish there was a way to segment gifts by country. This would be helpful, as most of my clients are U.S. based, so sorting through extra items that may not be available makes it feel clunky and not as timely as it could be.
  • I'm not in charge of tracking this information, but seeing as we are still using Sendoso, it must be positive!

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Salesforce Lightning Platform (formerly Salesforce App Cloud), Outreach, ZoomInfo, LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Demandbase,, Zoom
Sendoso is a must-have for prospecting, throughout the sales cycle, and even for existing client relationships. I think it's less appropriate if used in an apologetic way.