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by Mick Bassett September 3, 2014

Introducing LevelEleven Partner Templates: Yesware [Video]

If you’ve spent any time on our website or near the LevelEleven offices, you’ve probably run into one of our favorite phrases: “Motivate What Matters.” And the fact is, if making sales were as easy as just closing deals, you wouldn’t need to motivate what matters, because you could just motivate closing deals — and

by Kristy Sharrow May 8, 2013

We Kept a Secret: Compete

Did you hear that we rebranded Contest Builder to become Compete? We decided to keep it secret until VentureBeat broke the news. This proved difficult, to say the least, given the level of our excitement around the app’s new look and feel. So here’s how we’re feeling now: To learn more about the big secret,

by Bob Marsh December 17, 2012

LevelEleven Launches LeaderTV and New Updates to Contest Builder

(**Please Note: Since this post was published, Contest Builder has been rebranded; it is now Compete. Learn more here.) LevelEleven, the sales gamification and CRM solutions company, today announced the availability of LeaderTV along with new features to Contest Builder, the top-ranked gamification app on the Salesforce AppExchange. LeaderTV makes Contest Builder scoreboards an important

by Bob Marsh October 30, 2012

LevelEleven Launches as New Enterprise Gamification and CRM Company

(**Please Note: Since this post was published, Contest Builder has been rebranded; it is now Compete. Learn more here.) LevelEleven, a new company focused on enterprise gamification and CRM solutions, today announced its official launch with $1 million in seed funding led by Detroit Venture Partners with an equity stake from ePrize. Originally developed and incubated

by Bob Marsh October 29, 2012

Success Stories & Metrics: Making Sales Gamification Work

(**Please Note: Since this post was published, Contest Builder has been rebranded; it is now Compete. Learn more here.) The topic of gamification has been getting a lot of attention. It sounds like a great idea – making work more game-like, and creating friendly competition within a sales or service team. But many still wonder how