PROVO, UT – November 3, 2017 – XANT, the sales acceleration SaaS software leader, today announced new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning benefits in its latest versions of Playbooks. These predictive features shorten and simplify the sales cycle while increasing revenue growth.
“Our vision is clear—accelerate each step of the sales process to give our customers actionable predictive insights through the power of real AI and machine learning,” said Dave Elkingon, CEO and founder, XANT. “We use billions of pieces of cross-company data to predict the best telephone number to dial, the best email to use, and the best day/time to contact in conjunction with hundreds of other predictive insights. That is the power of real AI.”
Features Enhance Predictive Capabilities
- Predictive Playbooks, which increases conversations with the right prospects and customers and builds pipeline for sales teams, includes a Best Email feature. This feature leverages the same cross-company data to predict the best email address for best contact results.
“While we have many premium AI capabilities, ‘Predictive for All’ is our goal,”Elkingon said. “No other enterprise solution provider has the breadth of predictive features powered by data and AI, and makes those features available to every customer.”
XANT offers the industry’s leading AI-fueled sales acceleration platform powered by Neuralytics™, a predictive and prescriptive self-learning engine that drives revenue growth. The platform helps companies acquire new customers faster, improve cross-sell/upsell conversions, and rep performance. XANT has received numerous industry awards including the 2017 AIconics Award for Best Artificial Intelligence Application for Sales and Marketing, Forbes Cloud 100 list, CNBC Disruptor 50, AlwaysOn Global 250, OnMedia 100 Top Private companies, and more. XANT accelerates sales for enterprise customers like ADP, Bank of America, CA, Caesars Entertainment, CenturyLink, DexYP, Fidelity Investments, Groupon, Microsoft, Waste Management, and Workday.