Gage Channel Performance Suite
Known as EDUCATE, MARKET and REWARD, Gage platforms help brands address their biggest challenges while optimizing their sales channel.
- Gage’s EDUCATE Platform trains channel partners to drive knowledge and excitement for a brand’s products and services, and is backed with robust reporting tools to evaluate and track knowledge comprehension. Our content creation tool quickly and easily allows brands to create and publish a variety of content—including quizzes, videos and resources materials—using brand-compliant templates, modules and page layouts.
- The Gage MARKET Platform provides partners with all the tools they need to quickly and effectively create and launch localized marketing campaigns—print, email and web—that are brand compliant.
- Gage’s REWARD Platform enables you to consolidate all sales promotions in one place while utilizing a wide range of programs—including auctions, sweepstakes and loyalty rewards—to help brands deliver the right sales incentive at the right time.
“Gage’s platforms can be used independently or in combination, and are currently in use by some of the world’s leading brands,” said Tom Belle, president & CEO of Gage. “In several cases, they are the most effective tool a company has in its marketing arsenal.”
To see a video of the Gage Channel Performance Suite, visit gage.com. To schedule a product demonstration or for more information, contact Russ Nolan at 763-595-3855 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not Just a Marketing Shop
Founded in 1992, the Minneapolis-based agency entered the digital age early on by developing the first-ever branded websites for the NFL, NHL and Gatorade. Gage also developed an All-Star promotion for Gatorade with the NBA, which was one of the first national Internet promotions ever.
Since those early days of the World Wide Web, Gage has developed technical marketing solutions that are in use by some of the world’s most well-known brands, including Microsoft, Skype, Norwegian Cruise Line and Thomson Reuters.
“Given today’s trend of overlapping disciplines, the merging of technology and marketing is stronger than ever before,” said Belle. “Gage goes beyond traditional marketing by developing platforms and programs that are squarely at the intersection of marketing technology and customer experience.”