SalesPage DataCenter for Managing Data

SalesPage DataCenter for Managing Data

A targeted sales data management solution for investment management companies that simplifies consolidating sales and entity data, managing territories, reporting sales and displaying this data in other systems.

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SalesPage Financial for Managing Relationships

SalesPage Financial for Managing Relationships

A turnkey data management, sales reporting and CRM solution that delivers the information that helps you connect with clients, whether you sell to intermediaries, institutions, or directly to investors.

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In the Cloud or Not: SalesPage Your Way

In the Cloud or Not: SalesPage Your Way

Choose an on‑demand, hosted solution to be up and running rapidly, with minimal cost. Or implement SalesPage as part of your managed network. Either way, you get a proven solution designed for the investment management industry.

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Mutual Fund Education Alliance

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On Course Advisors

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From The Blog

Fulfilling Our Growth and Succession Plans

Over the last couple of years, SalesPage has announced growth and succession plans, and today, I want to share our progress in fulfilling the promise of those plans.

Happy Holidays from the SalesPage Team!

In this season of gratitude and hope, we are thankful for the support and friendship of our clients, colleagues, families and friends. May your new year be filled with health, joy and prosperity. May your new year be filled with health, joy and prosperity. From all of us at SalesPage!

Data on Device: A Here-And-Now Trend for Asset Managers

Picture this: You’re a top-performing external wholesaler with a territory that includes San Francisco. You have back-to-back meetings with three individual reps who work on different floors in the same building. After meeting with the first rep, you walk into the elevator and push the button for the floor on which the second rep works; you pull out your mobile device to look up a sales report for crucial information that can help you close the deal with that second rep—only to discover that you don’t have service in the building. Without that rep’s data available to you, you have a sinking feeling that you’re toast. But at this point, you don’t have a choice; you just have to move forward and hope that you’ll be able to close the deal—even without the data that would have made your life easier and your deal more certain.

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