Talk to anyone who has spent time selling a product with a bottoms-up motion long enough, and you're likely to hear one of the following:
The ease of adoption that makes product-led growth appealing to end-users is also what makes it challenging for revenue teams to monetize.
Users can sign up using any email address they want and can often give their product workspace an arbitrary name. This makes figuring tying back usage to a real-world company very difficult.
Sales teams waste time manually matching product sign-ups with the accounts in their CRM or, worse yet, leave revenue on the table by ignoring them altogether.
Go-to-market teams are often forced to equate real-world companies (represented by "Accounts" in CRMs like Salesforce) with product organizations (the teams, workspaces, etc.).
In reality, the relationships between these entities look more like this:
With our latest release, Pace automatically identifies the company associated with your product users and organizations.
A single company can have multiple product accounts? No problem. Each organization is grouped together so you can easily understand usage across the entire company.
Not only does Pace identify the company associated with your product users, but we also provide additional firmographic data you can use to understand your customers better.
This includes attributes like:
With data scattered across different product organizations, it was hard to understand the usage landscape across an account to identify consolidation, expansion, and cross-sell opportunities.
Combine company-level information with product usage data to segment your customers in new ways.
For example, you might want to find:
Whether you want to sort and filter your complete list of companies or drill into the details of one in particular, we want to ensure the information you need to hit your number is always easily accessible.
Pace's Insights alert you when opportunities arise to convert, retain, expand, or consolidate self-service customers. With this release, each Insight comes with information about the Company and Organization that triggered it.
If you’re interested in test-driving Pace with your data, sign up to be part of our beta.