The highest performing sales teams at companies like Zapier and Snapstream find ways to constantly learn, develop good habits, and multiply their value. Grain enables these top performers to turn their conversations into meaningful insights.
Using Grain, new team members can watch hours of video recordings in just a few minutes of impactful highlights, saving significant time and money in the training process.
Supercharge your training materials by creating Stories from multiple meetings.
Leverage the conversations you are already having by using Grain to record, transcribe, and create highlight clips in just a few minutes. This allows sales teams to speed up the training process and deepen team empathy.
Create video summaries of company culture, product training, closing deals, performance reviews, and more.
Sales enablement is an ongoing process, but Grain helps unlock the shared understanding between team members to speed up this process.
Sales teams are able to quickly identify what is working, what is not working, and what is needed to improve their performance.
The highest-earning salespeople have a superpower: They know how to build bullet-proof business cases.
Grain helps sales teams close more deals, by developing powerful video demos of their product, and case studies from their clients.
Closing deals can be an art form that often takes significant strategy.
Amplify the impact of this strategy, by creating Grain Stories from the best sales calls.
Grain allows teams to share the exact words and body language of their prospects, helping close more deals. It is like having a second brain.
In your preparation and internal processes, use Grain Stories to review your prospective customers and what is important to them. Great performances take practice and sharpening the sword, and Grain enables this process.
Studying previous sales meetings will help you refine your own storytelling and better align with the needs of your customer.
Use Grain to build rapport with customers, unlock the spoken insights from every conversation, and box out the competition.