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Repsly Revenue, Funding, Number of Employees, Competitors and Acquisitions

REPSLY CEO

Marko Kovac

Co-Founder & CEO

Marko Kovac

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Founded:

2014

Headquarters:

BostonMassachusetts

Status:

Private

Industry Sector:

Internet Software

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Repsly was founded in 2014 and its headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Repsly has $1.8M in revenue and 30 employees. Repsly's top competitors are Resco, Flowfinity Wireless and GoSpotCheck.

Repsly Competitive Set

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RepslyRepsly ceo

Marko Kovac

Co-Founder & CEO

70/100
1Resco ceoResco

Radomir Vozar

Co-Founder & CEO

84/10013
2Flowfinity Wireless ceoFlowfinity Wireless

Dmitry Mikhailov

President & CEO

70/10030
$2M
3GoSpotCheck ceoGoSpotCheck

Matt Talbot

Co-Founder & CEO

66/10081$45.5M$3.3M
4Auto Data Direct ceoAuto Data Direct

5Compliantia ceoCompliantia

Fabien Tiburce

President

31/10016
$3.1M
6Zenput ceoZenput

Vladik Rikhter

Co-Founder & CEO

51/10012$1.7M$6.5M
7SimpliField ceoSimpliField

Benjamin Zenou

Co-Founder & CEO

72/1004$4.5M$1.2M
8VisitBasis ceoVisitBasis

Sergey Gorbunov

Founder & CEO

58/1008
$1.3M

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Repsly Leadership

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Repsly Funding History

Since Repsly was founded in 2014, it has participated in 3 rounds of funding. In total Repsly has raised $3.7M. Repsly's last funding round was on Apr 2017 for a total of $1.6M

ROUNDFUNDING DATE AMOUNTINVESTORS
SeedApr 2017$1.6MLaunchpad Venture GroupLaunchCapitalHub AngelsSideCar AngelsCompanyon
EquityMay 2015$902.7K
EquityMay 2014$1.2MLaunchpad Venture Group LLCK5 VenturesFirst Beverage Group

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Repsly News

Repsly: Repsly Adds New Executives to Head Finance and Global Channel TeamsMobile CRM innovator welcomes David Mann and Len Bruskiewitz as the company looks to continue its sales momentum and enter ...The post Repsly Adds New Executives to Head Finance and Global Channel Teams appeared first on MarTechSeries.Martech Series
Press Release: Repsly : Repsly Adds New Executives to Head the Company's Finance and Global Channel TeamsMobile CRM innovator welcomes David Mann and Len Bruskiewitz as the company looks to continue its sales momentum and enter new markets in 2018(PRWeb January 18, 2018)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/01/prweb15095463.htmPRWeb
Repsly Blog 3 Essential Tips For Scaling Breweries, From a Boston Beer Expert For hundreds of homebrewers, going pro is a pipe dream. Those who have actually pulled it off, however, will tell you -- building a successful beer company is no cake walk. With a high cost of entry and ridiculous amount of competition, going from bathtub to brewhouse is a stressful, high-stakes gamble. If you've been successful in carving out a niche in the market, cultivating a fan base, and (of course) brewing great beer -- you probably knew all that going in, and you're lucky to have those days behind you. Unfortunately, your job is far from over. As the market matures, the heaviest (and most important) competition is comes when it's time to scale up. The beer market has proven it can handle thousands of new entrants, but to survive your brewery has to outpace its peers and "grow up" into a sustainable business that's proven it can take advantage of growth opportunities.&nbsp; That's a lot harder than just brewing great beer.&nbsp;Repsly Blog
Repsly Blog We Asked 300 Brands How They Drive Upsells: Here's 10 Takeaways If you’ve read our blog before, you know we work with thousands of brands who are vying to take over their category. Whether they’re just breaking into a new segment or gearing up to unseat a category leader, we hear one question over and over: “How do I get our products more real estate in the store?”Repsly Blog
Repsly Blog What's MAAR and How Will It Help You Prevent OOS? It’s no secret that stockouts hurt sales. A sizeable 37% of shoppers report buying from a competitor if their first-choice brand is out of stock, whereas 9% will buy nothing at all. To remedy this problem, sales managers can use the MAAR method.Repsly Blog
Press Release: Repsly : Repsly to Sponsor and Showcase Its Mobile CRM at BevNET LIVE Winter 2017See the leading mobile app for high growth food & beverage brands, and visit with Repsly's live content street team on Dec 4 and 5 at the Loews Hotel in Santa Monica(PRWeb November 30, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/11/prweb14947151.htmPRWeb
Repsly Blog The Power of Agile Merchandising to Grow Your Emerging Brand Launching and growing an emerging beverage or food brand is one part art and one part science. But it always starts with passion. Especially as the retail sector continues to undergo massive transformation - powered by changing consumer tastes, cost pressures, and the growth of online channels, plus the resurgence of both retailers (and restaurants) that strive to offer greater convenience and healthier options.Repsly Blog
Repsly Blog The Ultimate Playbook For Retail Sales: From C-Store to Big BoxDo you remember how you met your best friend? Chances are, you guys didn't form the bond that you have now overnight. Taking time to get to know each other and create something meaningful between the two of you took a little nurturing.Repsly Blog
Repsly Blog The 14 KPIs Every Field Sales Rep Should Strive to ImproveChoosing and tracking the right KPIs for each member of your team is important - focus on the wrong ones and you could be leaving money in potential sales on the table, but align your team with the right ones and you can unlock their maximum productivity. The key is to pick KPIs that are relevant to both your industry and your business goals. To save you from banging your head against the desk (please don't do this), here are 14 KPIs you can use to not only to keep your people on track, but to help them get better at selling every day: Repsly Blog
Repsly Blog 16 Team-Based KPIs For Winning Field Sales TeamsYou can't manage what you can't measure. This is not news to you. You're tracking a few KPIs for your team, but how do you know they're the right ones? Or, are they even enough? When your metrics have bigger holes than your dad's socks, you've got some problems. If you're missing chunks of data, that you don't even know is missing, you can't read the whole story behind the decisions you're making.Let's plug that gigantic hole with some smart team-based KPIs. Here are 16 of the top ones to track:Repsly Blog

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Repsly Headquarters

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745 Atlantic Ave

Boston, Massachusetts 02111

1-617-549-2607

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Repsly Summary Information

Repsly is a business-to-business software as a service company that focuses on providing mobile CRM and workforce tracking systems for field teams. Repsly was founded in 2014. Repsly's headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA 02111. It has raised 3.7M in 3 rounds. The latest round was in Apr 2017. Some of Repsly's investors include Launchpad Venture Group, LaunchCapital and Hub Angels. Repsly's Co-Founder & CEO, Marko Kovac, currently has an approval rating of 70%. 51% of the Owler community believes Repsly will get acquired. Repsly has an estimated 30 employees and an estimated annual revenue of 1.8M.

Repsly's Co-Founder & CEO, Marko Kovac, currently has an approval rating of 70%. Repsly's primary competitors are  Resco Flowfinity Wireless GoSpotCheck.

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