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"Recapped: A Quip alternative that makes buyer collaboration easier."
Overall, Quip is a good product for the right use cases. It’s great for internal note sharing and documentation (similar to a Google Doc or Notion), but unfortunately, it’s not the right tool for the modern seller.
Embedded directly within Salesforce
Sync bi-directionally with Salesforce
Share with unlimited clients
Give clients easy access without signing up
Free view-only licenses for teammates
Hide internal content from external clients
Can be used as a standalone platform
Customizable workspaces with unique tab layout
Enable sellers to create personalized playbooks
Manage your team's content library
Track buyer engagement analytics and views
Integrates with 40+ content embed sources
LEADING THE REVENUE EXECUTION SPACE
Outreach is an awesome top-of-the-funnel prospecting tool that allows admins to create a repeatable process for Biz Dev, SDRs, etc. Having been designed with SDRs in mind, Outreach works great for users who need to follow a rigid playbook without much left to interpretation.
AEs that need the autonomy to be creative on every deal, create specific repeatable content, and own the process (within a framework of course) often have a tough time adopting.
Managing Outreach from a central location also makes it difficult to capture the creativity that’s needed to close deals efficiently.
Outreach is a great internal close plan with linear processes.
Recapped is purposefully built for client-facing mutual action plans, collaboration, and flexibility.
Recapped can be used as a standalone platform, whereas Outreach Success Plans are an addition to Outreach’s prospecting tool.
Supporting features: Client-facing collaboration, XYZ, XYZ
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Quip was created to compete with Google Suite but inside of Salesforce. Recapped was created specifically for client-facing collaboration and deal management. Just as you wouldn’t rely on Spreadsheets for complex deal management and customer collaboration, it’s hard to rely on Quip.
Recapped was created specifically for client-facing collaboration and deal management. Recapped can be used as a standalone platform, whereas Quip is an addition to Salesforce.
Internal and External Workflows
Because Quip wasn’t designed for client-facing deal management, there are gaps in the workflows like hiding content from clients. This forces reps to duplicate their work (like internal Close Plans and external Action Plans).
Recapped makes it easy to standardize your entire workflow to include internal content (MEDDICC, call notes, CRM fields) while being a useful platform for the buyer.
Quip limits your external client sharing, requiring paying for client licenses.
Recapped provides you with unlimited workspaces, clients, and external collaboration.
Ease of Access
Quip requires external clients to create Quip accounts, resulting in a lower adoption rate for prospects and customers.
Recapped is purposefully designed to make it easy for prospects and customers to engage with content, encouraging internal sharing and collaboration.
Forecasting with Buyer Engagement
With Quip you’ll still be missing out on the buyer engagement and analytics, impacting your ability to accurately forecast revenue.
Recapped unlocks more accurate forecasting based on buyer engagement activities and analytics.
Content management and engagement
Quip is limited in the type of content users can upload, and where it can be uploaded. Additionally, all uploaded content is visible to everyone, including clients.
Recapped has the ability to embed files, videos, links, PDF’s, PowerPoints, and more. Content can be hidden from clients, templatized, and revealed at the appropriate time and stage of the deal.
Recapped is built for the modern team.
The flexibility of the Recapped platform, buyer engagement analytics, integrations, and everything we offer is helping teams standardize processes, reduce sales cycles, and close more revenue while providing a better buyer experience.