Empowering marketers and their customer-facing teams.
Speaking of industry jargon, we operate in the sales enablement market. However, for marketing and sales practitioners, the term “sales enablement” can mean a lot of different things.
Who We Are
We have had the privilege of working in product management, marketing, and sales roles in our prior careers. And there we recognized that content and knowledge is core to an organization’s marketing and sales operations. We started Enablix in early 2017 to offer marketers and content owners the means to organize their content assets and collateral and make it available for their customer-facing team members. Some more about us:
Our Founding Team
What We Do
In today’s digital age, content is critical to marketing and sales operations. The content formats have also expanded beyond files to online and video content. Today, online blog posts and YouTube videos are table stakes for companies.
However, this proliferation of content assets has created a content organization and discovery challenge. Organizations are struggling with content everywhere, buried in emails and chat applications, and lost on cloud storage apps. And their customer-facing team members are finding it challenging to find the right content to do their job.
We help address this content challenge. With Enablix, marketers can:
Customers Enjoy These Benefits
To hear more from our customers, please check out our customer’s feedback on G2.
What We Don’t Do
Sales Enablement is a broad industry that covers a lot of different functions. Check out the G2 Grid on Sales Enablement vendors (yeah, it is crazy). We focus on what we call “Sales Content Enablement.” To help you navigate the sales enablement use cases and understand where Enablix fits in, here are some things that we are not and we do not do.