Managing a corporate rewards program with different organizations, regions, departments or teams doesn’t have to be hard!

In today’s complex markets, many companies rely on a large network to stay successful. If you’re a B2B company, you need to alignment and cooperation of distributors, dealers, contractors and more. With the Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting Module, you can segment these groups in your corporate rewards program and separate their reports, billing, and program management and access so life is easier for everyone involved.

What features and benefits does Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting Module include?

  • Segment different groups according to their organization, distributor, dealer, region, department, team, etc.
  • Regional, distributor or department managers access and manage their own segment of the incentive program.
  • Pull separate analytics or activity reports for each different participant group (i.e. region, dealer, organization, etc.)
  • Maintain separate billing buckets for each participant group.

Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting can help with these pain points.

  • Large, convoluted corporate rewards programs that are difficult to manage
  • Many different distributors, dealers, departments or teams in the same rewards program
  • Hard to maintain a clean paperwork trail for different rewards program fund sources
  • Sales tracking data is difficult to analyze, so you don’t know how your sales incentive program is performing
  • Administrative corporate rewards program tasks that burden manager

Which incentive program types should use The Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting Module?

Employee Recognition

Not all employee departments are created equal. Allow managers of different teams or departments to focus on their own reward program goals, budgeting and reporting.

Sales Incentive Program

Sales leaders know the challenges and strong points specific to their sales teams. Put them in charge of boosting sales motivation and tracking incentive program goal progress.

Channel Incentives Program

Different distributors, dealers and contractors have different needs, goals and marketing strategies. What works for them? What doesn’t? You can compare their performance to other channel partners with separate activity and billing reports.

The Total Recognition Suite Module

The Total Recognition Suite includes a social media wall where rewards program participants can recognize and congratulate each other for their success. Allow segmented social media wall interactions so different participant groups can recognize each other within their own “bubble.” Learn more!

Customer Loyalty Program

Customers from different distributors or regions may have different buying habits and product demand. Keep them separate with Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting so you’re not comparing apples to oranges when you review performance.

Organizational Structure and Advanced Reporting works well with these modules.