Research Shows That Customers Realize Time and Cost Savings with TerrAlign's Sales Territory Management Solutions

Case Study Highlights Reasons for Adoption and Return on Investment Results

The TerrAlign Group, a leading provider of Sales Resource Optimization solutions, recently released the results of an independent study by TechValidate that demonstrates how TerrAlign customers realize cost and time savings through the use of its Sales Territory Management system.

The case study reflects the experience of a company in the S&P 500 Professional Services category that wanted to reduce the time spent making change requests, ensure accuracy in rep assignment within the system, and optimize their sales resources.

The company replaced a competing Sales Territory Management solution with TerrAlign and chose TerrAlign over other vendors for its ease of use, reporting functionality, optimization and manual realignment tools, web-based realignment capabilities, and integration with other CRM systems.

A quote from the company reveals their satisfaction with the system: "We've seen time and cost savings with TerrAlign, fine tuning, adjustment controls, productivity of field personnel, team participation and input."
The company also reported that their investment in TerrAlign was paid back in 6-9 months and they cut the time spent doing their territory realignment process in half.

"As an innovator in Sales Territory Management solutions, TerrAlign is committed to developing products that help companies make better use of their sales resources," said Ken Kramer, Executive Director, Sales & Marketing. "This case study illustrates how customers can improve and streamline processes and realize a high return on investment using TerrAlign's cutting-edge approach to Sales Territory Management."

To read the case study or learn more about TerrAlign's approach to Sales Territory Management, visit

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