PROVO, UT – (September 28, 2017) – Sales acceleration software leader XANT this week won the AIconics Award for the “Best Artificial Intelligence (AI) Application for Sales and Marketing” for its advanced, AI-powered sales acceleration platform. The XANT enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) Playbooks delivers predictive insights at each stage of the sales funnel, enabling sales professionals to prioritize and manage the best prospects, accounts and activities using personalized contact strategies in their browser with integrated communication tools to accelerate their sales motion.
Presented in 10 categories at the AI Summit in San Francisco on Sept. 27, the AIconics Awards are the world’s only independently judged awards celebrating drive, excellence and innovation in the AI community.
“As the recent State of Artificial Intelligence report shows, and our clients have demonstrated, using AI sales technologies like our Playbooks enables sales organizations to quickly close more and bigger deals,” said Dave Elkington, CEO and founder of XANT. “That’s because it gives sales reps meaningful suggestions on the best prospects and actions they should take to close the deal. We’re thrilled to have been recognized as an industry leader making significant strides in helping sales organizations worldwide accelerate their sales cycles and increase revenue overall.”
About XANT 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 for its technology and is included in Forbes Cloud 100 list, CNBC Disruptor 50, AlwaysOn On 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.