3 easy steps to qualified sales leads
Leverage the power of others connections to find real people who are interested in your product or service.
Define a Sales Target
Build out your company profile and create campaigns that outline your sales needs for any or all of your product offerings.
Salespeople are Notified
Salespeople with possible matches in their network are notified. If a contact meets your criteria and shows interest they are a 'qualified lead'.
Approve and Rate
All leads are available for review. After you approve and rate your qualified leads the salesperson gets paid through Quotadeck.
“I am a tech entrepreneur, not a sales expert. With QuotaDeck.com I can focus on my strengths & access freelance salespeople to generate new sales opportunities.”
“So many businesses are stuck without enough sales for their killer ideas. QuotaDeck is here to solve that.”
Founder of QuotaDeck.com
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Founding Team Members
Brandt "Bubba" Page – CEO
Brandt "Bubba" Page - CEO: Just call him Bubba. The story...he was a fat baby and the name stuck. Before founding QuotaDeck, Bubba founded LaunchLeads.com in 2009, an outsourced b2b sales leads as a service company, it has grown every year, and provides software/technology companies with sales leads and appointments to fill their sales pipeline.
He was named Emerging Executive of the Year 2009 by the Utah Technology Council.
LaunchLeads.com was voted a “Top 25 Companies Under 5 years old” by the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Bubba was also selected on the Top 100 Venture Entrepreneurs - Named by vSpring Capital (Now SignalPeak Ventures) "v100 list" - 2010, 2011, 2012
Cache Merrill – CTO
Before QuotaDeck Cache was the CTO of Zinch.com for 6 years where he helped build a double sided platform for students to connect with schools and scholarships from scratch. Zinch raised $8M in VC funding.
Zinch grew to over 3.5M members and 40% of colleges used the platform when it was acquired by Chegg for $50M, who went public last year.
Cache oversaw everything in technology from the first line of code to the global expansion of Zinch into China and the Middle East.
He now has over 16 years of development/CTO experience with many start-ups. Cache knows the ups and downs and the uncertainties and can handle the pressure that comes with being a CTO of a tech company.