CallidusCloud provides sales effectiveness software and services. Its sales effectiveness systems enable companies to monitor, analyze and enhance Hiring, Marketing, Selling and Learning efforts.
The company’s Hiring products include candidate assessment tests, online interviewing solutions, and a job board.
Its Marketing solution includes solutions for gaining intelligence and intent about website visitors, marketing automation, search engine campaigns, and social marketing.
Its Selling solution offers solutions for modeling and executing sales commissions and rewards, configuring and setting quotes, sales enablement portals, sales coaching, and managing partner channels.
The Learning solution includes a training platform and a content authoring platform.
The CallidusCloud SaaS platform uses secure, high-performance data centers with SAS 70 Type II security.
Founded in 1996, CallidusCloud is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.
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