Anaplan recognized as Leader by Gartner
in the 2019 Sales Performance Management (SPM) Magic Quadrant
Anaplan is a Leader for the third consecutive year
For the third year in a row, Anaplan was named a Leader by Gartner in the SPM Magic Quadrant.
Gartner found that the Sales Performance Management (SPM) software market grew 13%, to $950 million, in 2018. They estimate that by 2022, 40% of B2B companies with more than 100 payees will employ sales performance management solutions to reduce their hidden incentive compensation overpayments by 3% to 5%.
We believe Anaplan was named a Leader by Gartner for the wide range of SPM capabilities we offer, as well as the ability of the Anaplan platform to connect SPM with other areas of an organization, including Finance and Supply Chain. Anaplan brings predictive analytics and improved decision-making to enterprise organizations in industries around the globe.
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