About Content Camel

Content Camel is a sales enablement solution designed to help businesses streamline content management and delivery operations. It enables employees to capture and store sales and marketing content such as whitepapers, business decks, e-books and videos in a centralized repository.

The application allows professionals to track campaigns’ performance, configure sales pipelines and search content by regions, industries or product types. Features of Content Camel include data storage management, engagement tracking, data import, collaboration, analytics and more. Additionally, it lets managers generate custom reports, add tags and gain insights into overall sales.

Content Camel facilitates integration with several third-party applications including Dropbox, ...

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June 2020

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Chris from Convertist

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Company Size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Internet

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra



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June 2020

Solid tool your sales team will actually want to use


Contentcamel delivers immediate usability for our sales team, with a low learning curve (important). It's also not so lightweight that we'll need to swap it out in 6 months as our team continues to grow in headcount and complexity (also important)! It's the goldilocks of the sales enablement solutions we've tested so far.


I'm sure it's on the horizon, but a prediction engine that recommends what content to based on email content and salesforce activity stage... that'd be Bad Ass.

Reasons for Switching to Content Camel

Tried confluence, g drive, showpad, and other solutions to host our content arsenal. Navigating through G Drive folders is hilariously broken, and others like showpad comically bloated and clunky. Confluence was okay, but the last thing I want our team of sales reps doing is wasting time context-switching back and forth between different tabs. Teams should use tools that facilitate focus, not distraction.