SalesHood – Everything You Need To Know Now (2022)

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What does SalesHood do?

SalesHood is the leading all-in-one sales enablement platform used by hyper-growth companies to boost sales performance. It is proven to reduce time to ramp, lift quota attainment and accelerate sales velocity. 

LEARNING: Optimize your training and onboarding processes with our learning management system. Prescribe learning paths by role and automate just-in-time learning. Make learning fun with pitch practice and micro-assessments.

COACHING: Automate and streamline team and manager coaching with templates, tips and workflow designed to boost quota attainment. Get your managers and teams collaborating and improving sales productivity with video sales coaching.

SELLING: Improve sales productivity with sales content and win stories delivered just-in-time for customer conversations. Create personalized customer micro-sites to share videos and content with customers.

 Recommended for Evaluation for:

Trust Enablement Note:  We have ranked them #1 all-in-one Enablement solution (supporting sales content, training, and coaching in one platform) in March, 2022.  Only Highspot received the same recommendation with Highspot having a less in-depth training and coaching.

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What is SalesHood?

SalesHood is the leading all-in-one sales enablement platform used by hyper-growth companies to boost sales performance.

Where is Saleshood’s Headquarters?

San Francisco, California, United States

When was Saleshood Founded?

Saleshood was founded in 2013

Who is the CEO of SalesHood?

Elay Cohen

Is Saleshood a Public or Private company?

Saleshood is a privately held company.

How much money has Saleshood raised?

Saleshood has raised $1.8M

What security standards have Saleshood achieved

Saleshood is GDPR compliant, and AICPA SOC 2 Compliant. Learn more.

What integrations does SalesHood have?

Power BI, Tableau, Salesforce

What are the Primary Verticals Supported by SalesHood

Technology, Clean Technology, Health Technology

What are the secondary verticals supported by SalesHood?

Philanthropy, Financial Service, Government

What is the average size of SalesHood customers in terms of revenue?

We can’t share this information. Since some of our customers don’t share their revenue with us.

What is the average size of SalesHood customers in terms of headcount?

Our largest customers have over 10,000 employees and tens of thousands of partners users. Our average size company is 1,500 employees and 250 salespeople.

Latest Blog Content

  • by Elay Cohen
    There’s a secret to scaling a fast-paced growth technology company; messaging alignment across every customer-facing employee and every employee, partner and customer at a company. Many marketers believe the heavy lift to create and launch a new brand and messaging platform is where the work ends for Marketing. That’s not the case. How do […] […]
  • by Elay Cohen
    For many organizations, how enablement teams are structured and where they live are not standardized. The function and processes are so new there are no organizational standards yet. These are a big unknown for many executives. Sales, marketing and c-level Leaders often ask me questions like:   “Where should enablement live inside an organizational […] […]
  • by Elay Cohen
    Hybrid work is accelerating change, and now the world of sales enablement is evolving before our eyes. As a result, sales leaders and enablement practitioners need the tools, guidance and strategies to keep their teams trained, connected, and effective.  Read through this blog to understand the new world of enablement, why it’s changing so […] […]
  • by Elay Cohen
    If you’ve embraced sales enablement to give your sales and marketing teams an edge, you’re in good company. Sales enablement has become a must-have revenue growth lever for companies around the world.   According to Godard Abel, CEO at B2B tech marketplace G2: “Sales enablement has recently surged in popularity, with nearly half a million […] […]
  • by Elay Cohen
    Today we ran a session with a group of sales managers on competitive selling and how to coach and mentor their sales teams to drive up competitive intensity in every sales campaign. Besides covering the regular topics like “respect thy competition,” “don’t bash the competition," and “only the paranoid survive,” we had a great […] […]

Company Response to Our Questions

What is the business doing to improve DEIB in the organization, from front-line to executive table to board room?

“We love this question. We’re committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging top-down starting with our board of directors and bottom-up with our company policies and culture. Two of our five board of directors are female. SalesHood extends its values to its customer community by ensuring educational topics, conference speakers and market themes reinforce diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.  SalesHood’s focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are highlighted in two independent books. The first book, “Women in Tech A Book for Guys” is written by Eva Helen. The second book is by Steve Farber and it’s called “Love is Damn Good Business.” Both highlight through action how SalesHood’s leadership team embraces diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging as core values in their business and culture.”

Trust Enablement Analysis


How did they do for Content Reporting?

SalesHood achieved a rating of “Level 3: Informative” based upon the index, meaning:

  • Can tie content usage to a specific account/deal/stage and provide revenue attribution to its usage.
  • May be able to measure the impact of content on:
    • Deal stage velocity
    • Deal stage exit %
    • Overall Deal Velocity
    • Win Rate
  • Can identify what content is never being used in deals.

Competitors and Alternatives

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Highspot
Paperflite is our recommended solution for high-tech companies using Hubspot or Pipedrive
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Comparisons

Saleshood vs Paperflite

Pros

  • The CEO wrote one of the essential books on Enablement — this company understands Enablement to its core.
  • Our top recommendation for all-in-one solutions. All capabilities are developed and delivered through one platform, not poorly bolted together pieces of code acquired from other businesses.
  • Offers a FREE trial. They are the only all-in-one platform with enough confidence in its product and its prospects.

Cons

  • Their digital salesrooms lack security, meaning content shared with customers could be accessed by anyone who knows the URL to the room. While relatively low risk, this prevents the product from being used to deliver genuinely confidential materials. Not a deal-breaker for most companies, but it will be for a few.

Pricing 

We applaud them for not hiding prices; they have them published directly on their website. Again, no other all-in-one solution does this.

Pricing is straightforward, $50/user/month. This is slightly below what other all-in-one Enablement companies are charging (before discounting), although most will discount to match competitors.

Note:  The addons will drive your prices up, as is also the case with all vendors. Addons include:

Content Sharing With Customers
  • $25/user/month
Salesforce or Microsoft Apps
  • $10/user/month
Presentation Management
  • $15/user/month
Partnerhood
  • Pricing not disclosed

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