The SalesLoft package(s) your team purchases impact which features your team can access. There are currently four types of SalesLoft pricing packages:
These available packages launched February 2020. If you are on a legacy pricing plan and would like to learn more, check out the package availability below and reach out to your SalesLoft Success Manager.
In this article, we will go over how to find the package availability and what the different packages contain.
- Package Availability
- Shared Capabilities
- Does SalesLoft Offer a Testing Environment?
Things to Note: The plans listed in this article are the standard offerings. Features and modules may vary. Please speak to your SalesLoft Sales Executive for more information.
The Package Availability chart shows which packages include the feature explained in the article. You can find the chart at the top of each Knowledge Base article.
In the chart, each package type is listed. Packages that include the feature will show a colored-in icon to the left of the package name.
For example, when all of the packages contain the feature, you will see this chart:
If an icon is not seen next to the package name, the feature is not included in that package.
Sometimes, a feature may be available in a limited quantity. This is represented with the non-colored-in icons (outline only). An additional row will explain the feature limits.
All of the SalesLoft plans include the following features and capabilities:
- Sales Email
- Mobile App Access
- CRM Sync
- Governance and Security
- Partner Ecosystem
The Prospect package is ideal for teams responsible for building pipeline. The package contains the following features:
The Sell package is designed for teams responsible for closing deals. The package contains the following features:
The Engage package is for teams responsible for managing and growing customer relationships. The package contains the following:
The Enterprise package is for teams involved in every stage of the revenue lifecycle. This package contains everything SalesLoft has to offer. See the chart below for the complete breakdown of features.
Does SalesLoft Offer a Testing Environment?
SalesLoft Testing Environments allow SalesLoft Customers to perform testing in a non-production SalesLoft Team at no risk of impacting their Production Team.
Things to Note: Testing Environments can only be provisioned for SalesLoft Customers.
If you and your team are interested in purchasing a SalesLoft Testing Environment, please contact your Account Manager or CSM.