Nashville, TN - (May 23, 2016) Conversica, the only provider of artificial intelligence-based lead engagement software, is showcasing their AI-powered sales assistant at the SiriusDecisions Summit starting today at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center in Nashville. Conversica is proud to be sponsoring the Summit this year, which attracts the world’s smartest B2B marketers representing $20 billion in marketing and sales purchasing power.
The conference theme of “Intelligent Growth” is more than a tagline; it’s a philosophy of how to operationalize a growth strategy powered by the latest marketing and sales processes and technology. Attendees will see firsthand how products like the Conversica® AI assistant are freeing up marketing and sales practitioners to focus on what they do best.
“We are excited to showcase our Automated Sales Assistant at the SiriusDecisions Summit,” commented Carl Landers, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. “Some of the world’s most effective and successful marketing organizations are using Conversica to effortlessly engage and qualify more leads, passing the best ones on to their delighted sales colleagues. We look forward to demonstrating to Summit attendees how this technology is one powerful component of an Intelligent Growth strategy. Plus, we just like country music.”
SiriusDecisions Summit attendees are invited to visit booth 145 to meet both Conversica’s automated sales assistants and the real humans that engage prospects, follow up on leads and hand the best potential customers off to sales. Attendees will also discover:
- How to boost the return on their lead generation efforts by following up with every single lead in a prompt, persistent yet personable way
- How to delight their sales colleagues by automatically converting more leads into qualified opportunities
- How to determine in real time which lead sources are producing the most engaged leads
- How to know, not guess, which leads are ready for sales
Those not attending the Summit can get more information on Conversica at here