Sales incentives need to be motivating, easy for the sales employees to understand, and provide the company with a return. Too often they are boring and uninspired, or complex and potentially misleading. Making sales incentives engaging needs the right balance of operational vision and financial management – something that is difficult if you are worried about breaking away from a spreadsheet.
It’s great to work for a company with a soul. I’ve worked for beqom since its early days, supporting our sales and marketing efforts. But beqom too has done some supporting. Since 2011 I’ve been involved with Young Heroes, a wonderful organization which is changing the lives of AIDS orphans in Africa, and beqom (the company and its employees), with its “life is bigger than software” attitude, has been an enthusiastic supporter all along the way.
At beqom, we’re all about making our people happy… and making our customers’ people happy. We started this company with a mission to make the people of the world’s largest enterprises happy with our compensation solution and our company.
Seven years down the line, we are a smart and passionate team of people with a great product and an incredible list of customers. The year 2016 has played a large part in getting us so far and making this such an amazing journey.
We've captured some of our most cherished moments from 2016 in this short video: