Put Salesforce on autopilot... So you can sell more
All growing businesses that use Salesforce struggle with the same problem – it’s a clunky system that requires time and a budget to automate. And while you look for resources to get Salesforce to work for you, deals slip through the cracks. The good news? Thrive fixes this problem for you.
Increase your sales results by 15% or more!
Try Thrive for FREE:
✓ Increase your sales results by 15% ✓ Automatically keep your CRM up-to-date ✓ Never let a deal fall through the cracks again
92% have clearer visibility into their pipeline.
“It’s important that if a customer wants something from us, that it’s not falling through the cracks.”
— Lee Gladish, COO at Reply.io
"Thrive makes us more productive and allows us to help our customers better and create more MRR for the company.”
— Moritz Plassnig, CEO at Codeship (acquired by Cloudbees)
63% have more time available to focus on selling
“Thrive helps us store all communication in Salesforce. Thrive does it server-side, with no need for slow browser extensions, which sets it apart from the competition!”
— Federico Menapace, Head of Partnerships at Segment
Most of the problems that slow down sales are caused by simple actions that aren’t automated – entering CRM data, keeping track of next steps, etc. This creates annoying manual tasks that can lead to data entry mistakes. That means missed deals, lost revenue, and hours of wasted time… every single week.
You can’t solve these problems by adding more productivity tools … that just makes it worse.
But Thrive is different. It transforms your sales tools into an integrated system that does the work for you.
Thrive tells you what’s happening in your pipeline and which leads need attention. It takes care of your sales operations without adding a big expense to your bottom line.
The best way to see how Thrive frees your team to focus on sales is with a FREE, no obligation trial. Within a week, you’ll see the difference Thrive makes.
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