Xactly (NYSE: XTLY), a leading provider of cloud-based incentive solutions, today announced that Syncplicity, a leading hybrid enterprise sync and file share and mobile collaboration solution, has chosen Xactly to enhance visibility of the sales compensation process for the entire company. In addition, Xactly will provide finance and sales leaders at Syncplicity with an improved method of analyzing plan effectiveness to help accelerate growth.
“Xactly’s solution is the premier choice in the SPM space, and we knew that we needed the advanced analytic capabilities for our finance team to make impactful decisions and improve performance within our organization,” said Philip Peterson, Vice President of Sales at Syncplicity.
Prior to implementing Xactly’s solution, Syncplicity’s commission calculation process was taking an excessive amount of time, so leaders at the company sought a solution that would match the scale of the organization’s growth.
“Our sales team is rapidly growing, and we look forward to using Xactly to strategically and easily compensate our reps without putting additional strain on our finance and sales operations departments,” added Peterson.
Xactly is a leading provider of enterprise-class, cloud-based, incentive compensation solutions for employee and sales performance management. We address a critical business need: To incentivize employees and align their behaviors with company goals. Our products allow organizations to make more strategic decisions, increase employee performance, improve margins, and mitigate risk. Our core values are key to our success, and each day we’re committed to upholding them by delivering the best we can to our customers.
Syncplicity is the leading hybrid enterprise file sync and share and mobile collaboration solution that provides users with the experience and tools they desire and gives IT the security and control it needs, while significantly reducing IT cost. Some of its customers include Siemens AG, Texas A&M University, EMC Corporation, State of Indiana, the Associated Press and the Boston Red Sox.