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Visit Conversica at Digital Summit in DC

Digital Summit DC, the region’s digital marketing and strategy conference, is back this September 6-7 at the Mead Center for American Theater.

Come visit Conversica for this jam-packed 2-day event! We will be raffling Amazon Echos and Dots. Be sure to schedule a product demo to learn more about how AI-powered assistants can help you nurture, follow up, and qualify all your inbound leads.

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Salesforce Basecamp event in Austin, TX

Join us for the Salesforce Basecamp Event in Austin!

Come join us for the Salesforce Basecamp for Sales event tomorrow, August 15th, at the JW Marriott! In this free, one-day workshop, you’ll learn best practices for using Salesforce to help you sell smarter and boost your productivity.

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Your Guide to AI and what it can do

AI, Machine Learning, NLP, and NLG: Your Basic Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Business

Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic of discussion these days, with words such as ‘Machine Learning’ and ‘NLP’ often thrown into the mix. But what do they all mean? And what can these types of technology do? If what you know about AI comes from movies like Ex Machina and I

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A naturally intelligent approach to improving artificial intelligence

Stephen Hawking wrote, “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” Here at Conversica, we believe that applies to not only intelligence of the natural variety, but artificial intelligence as well. Sales methods change, customer expectations change, organizations change and, above all, technologies change.

And we’ve remained at the forefront of conversational AI for several years now by embracing and driving change ourselves. To that end, we recently announced significant enhancements to our flagship product, the Conversica AI Sales Assistant

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Lead Follow-Up Success: Findings from the 2016 Sales Effectiveness Report

Sales leads are the lifeblood of any business – after all it’s tough to sell your product or service without having people to sell it to. So it’s important that businesses are working as effectively as possible to leverage their sales leads. But are they?

That’s the question we set out to answer in our 2016 Sales Effectiveness Report on Lead Follow-up. This year, we tested 538 companies across nine industries to see what happens when research meets the real world. The results were both fascinating and alarming, and led to what we’re calling the 1, 2, 3s of Missed Opportunity…

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VentureBeat: Why automating some jobs can lead to even more jobs

It’s been true throughout history – whenever automation is introduced into a profession, people get worried about their jobs. “Whoa, whoa, whoa, what’s this catapult thingy? What the heck, who’s gonna pay me to throw rocks at the enemy now?” It’s a valid concern, and VentureBeat recently published a very thoughtful article on this precise topic.

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You can’t afford to miss the upcoming webinar: Best Practices for Generating, Managing, and Leveraging Your Hard-Earned Leads

Most organizations spend substantial resources obtaining sales leads. That amounts to a lot of dollars and a lot of time spent on something that is critical to the organization’s success. And yet… how much of that spend is actually guided by best practices? Perhaps more to the point, do most organizations even know what those best practices are? Does yours? Now’s your chance to find out.

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It’s St. Patrick’s Day – lucky you!

Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. According to the History Channel, “what began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green.” And of course when many people think of St. Patrick’s Day, they think of luck.

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Happy New Year 2016

It’s a new year, so try something new

For many organizations, a new year means new opportunities, new initiatives and new sales goals. And for the smart and creative ones, it also means trying new ways of doing things. Think for a moment about things your sales team may be doing in “old ways.” It’s a challenging exercise because we’re usually entrenched in these so don’t even consider that there may be newer, better ways to do them…

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Now really, would Marc Benioff lie to you?

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff recently stated, “We’re in an AI spring. I think for every company, the revolution in data science will fundamentally change how we run our business because we’re going to have computers aiding us in how we’re interacting with our customers.” He’s spot on except for one thing…

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