We hosted an AMA (ask me anything) with sales compensation leader, Rachel Parrinello from the Alexander Group, and Matt Haller of CaptivateIQ, as they discuss the state of sales comp, and answer some of the audience's toughest comp planning questions.
Best practices for designing a comp plan & incentives, and how this has shifted since COVID.
Factors and approaches to consider when designing quotas and comp plans.
How to leverage incentives when multiple teams are involved in closing a deal.
Rachel is a sales compensation practice leader with 20+ years of experience delivering sales job, sales compensation program, and quota expertise. She is a frequent speaker and author on sales compensation topics.
Matt is the Partnerships Lead at CaptivateIQ. Prior to CaptivateIQ, he was a management consultant at Deloitte and the Alexander Group, where he designed over $6 Billion in incentive programs.
How do I incentivize my reps to crush their quotas? What is the right comp structure? How should I set up my territory planning? These questions are difficult enough for sales and ops leaders during a normal year. Today, those critical decisions are exponentially more complex and significant as teams across the organization are remote and territory coverage becomes digital.
How is your compensation plan including your quotas impacting your sales team's ability and motivation to deliver? We sit down with two ICM/Rev Ops leaders to pick their brains on how companies can leverage the power of effective comp plan design and incentives to motivate everyone across your team.