Node’s AI-Powered Discovery Is Revolutionizing How People and Businesses Discover New Opportunities on the Web
Node, the first AI-powered discovery engine, was recently recognized by leading research and advisory firm Gartner in its April 2018 “Cool Vendors in CRM Sales” report. This year’s report notes that “the 2018 Cool Vendors in CRM sales provide new approaches to improving sales.”
The report – which names interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services – suggests that “by 2020, 30% of all companies will employ AI to augment at least one of their primary sales processes.” The most transformational consequences of AI are already being felt, as sales teams are able to spend less time poring through endless prospect search results and are able to instead focus on effective conversations and engaging with leads that are most likely to convert and drive revenue.
Node’s AI-powered discovery is revolutionizing how people and businesses discover new opportunities on the web. Through proprietary artificial intelligence technology, Node automatically delivers valuable, relevant and timely information about people and companies to help its customers understand who they should engage with and why. The company has developed a relationship graph that includes over half a billion profiles of people and companies, each loaded with valuable insights that can be leveraged to engage the right people, at the right time, and with the right message to accelerate revenue growth.
Node has already proven to be an effective tool for customer discovery for sales and marketing teams, uncovering over $1 billion in new market opportunity. The company is now expanding to revolutionize online information discovery across additional functions including partnership development, fundraising and more. Node recently added AI industry leaders Louis Monier and Jeffrey Johnson to the company’s executive team to usher in Node’s next product phase.
“We’re honored to be recognized by Gartner, which is well known for identifying the next big trends expected to disrupt industries. The next step for us is to take the momentum from our success in the sales space to expand into new industries, using AI to improve efficiency for a variety of enterprises,” said Node CEO and Founder Falon Fatemi.
Fatemi began her career at 19 years old when she joined Google as the company’s youngest-ever hire. Her company Node emerged from stealth in 2017 and has raised $21.3 million in funding from Mark Cuban, Avalon Ventures, NEA, Canaan Partners, Recruit Strategic Partners, WndrCo, David Brewer of Aragon Capital, Linnea Roberts of GingerBread Capital, Falmouth Ventures, and Marc Weiss of Open Field Capital and others.