Reprise is one of the most well-known and widely used tools in the product tour space, but it's not always the ideal solution for every pain point a business is experiencing.
If you're a current Reprise customer looking for a new solution, we've compiled this list of eight Reprise competitors and alternatives to consider.
Most of the Reprise competitors out there work the same way: You take screenshots of your product using a browser plugin and then tie those screenshots together with a no-code tour builder. Each of these tools has minor differences that might make then more appealing for specific use cases, but overall, they all function the same and deliver the same end result.
TestBox, on the other hand, is dramatically different from product tour tools like Reprise. It sits on top of a live trial of your product, which means it always includes all of your product's latest features and most current UI without any additional work for your team. With TestBox, your team will no longer have to rebuild your demos when your product changes; any changes show up automatically.
Because TestBox sits on top of a live trial of your product, it's fully functional. All of your product's features, links, and functionality work exactly like in a trial of your product. However, unlike a normal, empty free trial, TestBox playgrounds are infused with sample data and contain quick links to your most popular features, making it easier than ever for buyers to find their "aha!" moment.
Finally, TestBox can be used by your entire go-to-market team. Marketers can embed playgrounds on your website and G2 profile, and sales teams can run guided demos with them and send them to leads as leave-behinds after calls. Analytics show which stakeholders engaged with the playground, what features they tested, and how long they spent testing those features.
Leads from embedded playgrounds are sent to your marketing automation tool, and new playgrounds can be created instantly from your CRM.
TestBox lets you roll out the red carpet for all of your leads — giving every buyer the VIP experience — while saving your team time and generating better results for your company.
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If you're looking to switch to a Reprise competitor with a lower cost, Navattic is a good option. It works just like Reprise: You take screenshots of your product's front-end code, then tie those screenshots together with tooltips, links, and steps.
Navattic is a little less customizable than Reprise, offering fewer options to adjust the design of your product tours, but it has enough options to make it match your brand well enough. If you're willing to sacrifice your branding for the sake of a lower annual payment, Navattic is a good Reprise alternative to consider.
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Similar to Reprise, Consensus builds interactive demos by capturing product screenshots and stitching them together. However, the main difference between these solutions is the amount of insight and data that Consensus provides.
Consensus allows you to extract valuable data about who has accessed the tool, providing your product champion with the necessary information to see who from the organization has explored it. This data can be particularly useful in enterprise buying cycles, where multiple stakeholders are involved in the software purchase.
By leveraging the data provided by Consensus, your product champion can determine who needs to be reminded to check out the tool, which can significantly speed up the sales cycle.
Like many other solutions on this list, the process for creating demos in Walnut is similar to Reprise: You capture your product screens using a browser and create your walkthrough guide from these screenshots.
However, one of the key differences between Reprise and Walnut is the ability to set up multiple guides within a single demo experience. This allows you to showcase specific features individually and walk prospects through them in a more targeted way.
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Another alternative to Reprise is Saleo, which distinguishes itself from Reprise in the way interactive demos are built. Saleo provides a native integration with your product, whereas Reprise and several other tools on this list use screen captures.
Additionally, Saleo offers greater control over every element of your demo environment, including graphs, metrics, tables, text, images, and icons.
The downside of Saleo is that it is designed solely to be used during sales calls. If you're looking for a demo you can embed on your website or send as leave-behinds to leads, Saleo isn't the right tool for your team.
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Tourial is another Reprise competitor that lets you capture screenshots via a browser extension and tie those screenshots together to create product tours.
However, Tourial sets itself apart by having a strong focus on lead generation. The platform allows you to create custom lead forms that overlay your interactive demo, which can be integrated directly into your CRM. This provides a seamless way to capture and convert leads who may be interested in your platform.
This emphasis on lead capture is a unique feature that Reprise does not offer, making Tourial a valuable alternative solution for businesses looking to generate leads through product tours.
Storyscale works just like Reprise, where you use a browser extension to capture screenshots of your product. However, Storyscale differentiates itself by being the only interactive demo software optimized for mobile devices.
Storyscale tours work equally well on both web browsers and mobile screens. This feature allows you to provide a compelling demo experience for buyers regardless of their preferred device, making Storyscale a standout solution in the market.
Our final Reprise competitor on the list is Lancey, which also creates demo environments by compiling multiple screenshots that prospects can click through to test out.
However, the major difference between Reprise and Lancey is Lancey's strong focus on integrations. Lancey integrates with some of the most popular tools in the market, such as Salesforce, Hubspot, Outreach, Loom, and Vidyard, allowing it to work seamlessly with the tools you use every day.
In contrast, Reprise has a limited number of integrations currently available with their platform. If integration with your existing tools is important to you, Lancey is a strong alternative solution to consider alongside Reprise.
Choosing the right Reprise alternative really comes down to what your team needs.
If what you're looking for is a a lower-cost tool that works exactly like Reprise, Navattic might be right for you.
If you want the same overall functionality but are seeking specific features Reprise doesn't offer, Walnut, Consensus, Tourial, Storyscale, or Lancey might fit the bill.
If what you're looking for is a better tool for showcasing your product during live demos, Saleo might solve your problems.
But if what you want is something entirely different that you can use across the entire buying funnel, works out of the box with little-to-no work for your sales and marketing teams, and creates a red-carpet experience for all of your leads, schedule a demo call today with TestBox.
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