About Chili Piper
Founded in 2016 by Alina and Nicolas Vandenberghe, Chili Piper is a pioneer in Buyer Enablement.
We deliver innovative solutions to help businesses help their buyers. Our scheduling platform is used by Square, Intuit,
Twilio and more than 300 thought-leading companies for multiple use cases, from connecting prospects to sales reps instantly
upon submitting a form to automating their on-boarding process. Over 2.5 million meetings have been scheduled through our platform.
We’re also a fully distributed company leveraging global talent with employees in 28 cities in 14 countries.
Highlighting Chili Piper’s continued investment in providing the best sales training program in the industry, Tuso secures the 2019 BEAST Award for Best Sales Development Leader on August 23 from Tenbound at The Sales Development Conference. Chili Piper, the Buyer Enablement tech pioneer, announced today that its Director of Revenue Performance, Michael Tuso, received the […]Read more
Customers report doubling their inbound conversion rates with Chili Piper’s Concierge solution for web forms. When someone fills out a form on a site, Concierge helps qualified leads book a meeting on sales reps’ calendars or start a call by instantly dialing a rep’s phone. The buyer enablement tech pioneer, Chili Piper, announced today that more […]Read more
The innovative solution for B2B Event Managers and Field Marketing Managers delivers a broader feature set at less than half the cost of existing solutions and can be deployed in just hours. Chili Piper‘s Events solution, a product designed specifically for B2B Event Managers and Field Marketing Managers, is now available to help improve and measure event […]Read more
Chili Piper, a buyer enablement platform headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, recently rolled out a solution to facilitate the scheduling, space reservation, and tracking of one-to-one meetings and group meetings at trade shows and conferences.Read more
In the world of SaaS, the Pope of Buyer Enablement (although he doesn’t use the term) is venture capitalist David Skok. Ten years ago, he wrote a watershed article, “Building the Machine,” where he encouraged SaaS leaders to follow nine steps.Read more