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Rivalry holds both of us accountable for the really important things during our scheduled 1-on-1s.

Dave Henrichs, Sales Manager, GE

Sure, sales is a numbers game. But the modern sales organization needs more than numbers. This is not your father's salesforce. Your pipeline data tells you what needs to improve. But what about the how? How do you get insight to drive individual performers? How do you attract and grow a young sales force?

Ironically, the answer may be as old as selling itself.

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Our Customers are Our Biggest Fans of One On One Software

“If you run a sales organization and care about your people, you have to use Rivalry.”


Kyle Porter, CEO of SalesLoft

Rivalry helps us structure a discussion, not just with each rep – but the whole team.


Chris Flores, Inside Sales Manager at Namely

Any time you have something written down – where you can see it, you think about it a little more, which helps, opposed to just going through the week.


Paul Pelt, Senior Account Executive

One-on-ones are easier, because I am focused ahead of time on what we are going to talk about.


Kevin O'Malley, VP of Revenue Catavolt

The better relationship I have with my direct reports, the better the results.


Kris Swanson, Relus Technologies

My weekly one on one is the most important 30 minutes of the month with each team member.


Ryan Gottlieb, Sales Manager at The Aspire Group

Everyone gets busy and never really takes a step back to think about what went well or what can be improved upon next week.


Adam Lewites VP of Sales, InsightPool