Leader in Conversational AI Recognized for Delivering Exceptional Results for Customers
Conversica, the leader in conversational AI for business, has been recognized with a Digiday Technology Award for best sales automation platform, besting worthy finalists Intercom and Certain. The Digiday awards recognize the companies, campaigns and creative that are modernizing media and marketing. Judges specifically mentioned Conversica’s product innovation and notable customer success when the awards were announced yesterday in a live streamed event from New York City.
Conversica automates routine business conversations using intelligent assistants powered by artificial intelligence. The company’s flagship AI Sales Assistant engages leads in a human conversation to qualify more of them for sales, freeing humans to spend more time closing business.
“It is gratifying to be recognized for the success of our conversational AI solutions for sales and marketing,” said Conversica CEO Alex Terry. “The Digiday award judges were especially impressed with our ability to truly move the needle for our customers, which makes this win even more meaningful for our team.”
Max Willens, Platforms Reporter at Digiday, said, “Marketing, advertising and media technology are among the most competitive and rapidly evolving industries out there. It’s no accident that this list is filled with global behemoths as well as fast-growing startups.”
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Winners will be celebrated at the Digiday Awards gala, which will be held Nov. 14 at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in New York City.
Digiday, a Digiday Media brand, is the media company and community for digital media, marketing and advertising professionals. The company strives to produce the highest-quality publications, conferences and resources for the industry.
The Digiday Technology Awards, formerly known as the Signal Awards, recognize the technology bringing transparency, efficiency and effectiveness to media and marketing processes for brands, agencies and publishers.
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