MLM Genealogy Software
View your team in greater detail with a neat and organized genealogy tree.
MLM Genealogy Software visualizes your organizational relationships much like a family tree. Genealogy in MLM presents a comprehensive view of the hierarchy with even the minutest details of individual distributors.
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MLM Genealogy software helps MLM companies maintain the structure and function of their MLM business. The software creates a digital visualization of the organization structure with a detailed summary of the distributor—their sponsors, downlines, referrals, sales, packages, achievements—with just a hover over their name. Genealogy software in MLM businesses also assists companies in automating and ensuring error-free commission payouts irrespective of their various genealogy structures. Genealogy software can help MLM organizations detect and tackle the ongoing and forthcoming challenges encountered in the marketplace.
Different Types of MLM Genealogy Trees
MLM genealogy software offers different tree views. The most common MLM tree views available are team genealogy and referral genealogy. Team genealogy displays the entire team of a particular distributor and their details whereas referral genealogy showcases only referral details, referred to the MLM system by a particular distributor.
MLM genealogy trees are also classified according to the MLM compensation plan on which they are erected. Their performance is dependent on the specific features of the respective compensation plan.
Binary MLM Genealogy Tree
The binary genealogy is structured on two downlines placed as the right and left leg of the sponsor. The width of the binary genealogy is thus limited to two downlines with no restriction in depth. However, companies may set restrictions depending on their compensation structure.
In a binary genealogy, commissions are paid based on the weaker leg sales volume. The weaker leg is also called the ‘pay leg’ and the stronger leg is called the ‘reference leg’. The method is said to boost teamwork with distributors helping each other to improve sales.Schedule Discovery Call
Unilevel MLM Genealogy Tree
The genealogy formation in Unilevel allows unlimited downlines in a single level. All the downlines of a single sponsor are arranged directly under him in a single frontline. Unilevel genealogy structure does not allow multiple levels.
Most unilevel structures pay a 5% commission up to 5 levels. Distributors earn commissions based on ranks by qualifying the criteria set by MLM companies. As the rank goes higher, an individual’s commission earnings grow higher.Schedule Discovery Call
Matrix MLM Genealogy Tree
Defined by strict width and depth, a matrix genealogy structure helps MLM organizations gain control easily over their total payout volume.
Matrix genealogy tree rewards its distributors in different ways. Matrix bonus is paid when a distributor completes a matrix as defined by the MLM company. Matrix genealogy provides immense growth potential for the distributors while providing opportunities to boost teamwork.Schedule Discovery Call
Breakaway MLM Genealogy Tree
The highlight of the breakaway or stairstep breakaway plan is that a distributor is constantly motivated to achieve the set criteria which leads them to breakaway from the existing structure and create a new structure with a top position in the new genealogy. The structure sometimes makes distributors self-focused damaging collaboration and teamwork.Schedule Discovery Call
Hybrid MLM Genealogy Tree
MLM organizations adopt a hybrid strategy in compensation and genealogy. For example, a company might find it beneficial to have a binary structure for compensating a distributor’s initial sales and Unilevel compensation for ongoing sales.
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