Conversica’s Latest Multi-Channel, Multi-Lingual AI Sales Assistant Engages and Qualifies Leads to Produce More Opportunities for Sales
Conversica, the leader in conversational AI for business, announced that it will demonstrate the latest version of its AI-powered sales assistant at Dreamforce, the world’s largest technology conference, November 6-9 in San Francisco. Attendees will have the opportunity to see the Conversica AI Sales Assistant operating seamlessly in Salesforce and learn how Conversica’s AI complements and extends the Salesforce Sales Cloud, Marketing Cloud, and Einstein AI solutions.
The flagship Conversica® Sales Assistant follows up with leads and contacts from CRM and marketing automation systems like Salesforce. The assistants use a combination of natural language processing and machine learning to carry on human-like conversations with leads to qualify them for sales. The assistants are adept at switching languages and communication channels to match the preferences of the humans with whom they’re engaging. Marketers benefit from a boost in the conversion rate of leads to qualified sales meetings, and Sales spends more time speaking with qualified prospects and less time trying to contact them.
At Dreamforce, Conversica’s Head of Product Marketing Gary Gerber will present a session entitled “All Treasure, No Hunt: How AI Will Transform Your Leads into Golden Opportunities.” In this session, Gerber will share new insights on how conversational AI is being successfully used by Salesforce customers to engage more inbound leads, to get new sales meetings from dormant leads, and to ensure every lead gets the prompt, personal and persistent attention that correlates directly to increased revenue. Additionally, he’ll explain how conversational AI complements and benefits from the advisory AI capabilities delivered by Salesforce Einstein.
“AI continues to be a hot topic for the Salesforce community and will be a key focus area at Dreamforce this year. I’m excited to showcase our advances in conversational AI for those attending the conference and share how thousands of organizations are applying for advances in our AI-powered sales assistants to automate the difficult task of converting more leads into qualified opportunities for Sales,” said Gerber.