PROVO, UT – (October 10, 2017) – Sales acceleration SaaS software leader XANT was highlighted during the LinkedIn Executive Sales Forum afternoon keynote in San Francisco on October 10, 2017 where the new LinkedIn Sales Navigator Application Platform (SNAP) partnership program was announced.
Playbooks was chosen with five other solutions to demonstrate onstage the ease and value to sales professionals when LinkedIn Sales Navigator data is integrated into their key sales tools.
“Up-to-date data is critical in today’s interconnected digital economy;” shared XANT CEO and Founder Dave Elkington. “Real Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the combination of data, science and applications that meaningfully impact outcomes for an individual or team. LinkedIn Sales Navigator data is now presented seamlessly inside of Playbooks. That means sales professionals using Playbooks will be more effective accelerating their sales motion with LinkedIn Sales Navigator insights.”
Playbooks is an AI-powered SaaS application for enterprise sales teams. It helps increase conversions with the right prospects and customers and builds pipeline for Inbound and Outbound Sales Development Reps (SDRS), Account executives and Inside Sales Reps (AE/ISRs), and Customer Success Managers (CSMs). Real AI combined with actionable data increases efficiency, productivity, visibility, and results for an average of 30% more sales.
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 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.