How People.ai redefines revenue intelligence with AI

With its AI-powered revenue operations and intelligence (ROI) platform, People.ai is transforming enterprise growth through actionable insights

Founded in 2016, People.ai looks to drive better sales productivity by bridging complex artificial intelligence (AI) and real-world business expertise.

With its platform, the company help its clients innovate, grow and generate greater revenue. To do this, People.ai uses reliable, unified data and more effective approaches to help customers put data into action.

Mark Turner, former Head of Global Sales Operations at Canva commented on how People.ai has benefitted his work at the company: “People.ai is giving us more intelligence about what activities make the reps successful and making sure the customers are along with us on that journey.”

Using patented AI technology, People.ai transforms business activity such as email, meetings, and contacts, into account and opportunity management solutions that increase sales rep productivity, accelerate revenue growth, and maximize marketing ROI. 

People.ai has six offices worldwide and included in the company’s customers are AppDynamics, DataRobot, Ivanti, Okta, and Zoom.

Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, People.ai is backed by Y Combinator and Silicon Valley’s top investors, including ICONIQ Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Akkadian Ventures, and Mubadala Capital.

Founded in 2016, People.ai looks to drive better sales productivity by bridging complex artificial intelligence (AI) and real-world business expertise.

With its platform, the company help its clients innovate, grow and generate greater revenue. To do this, People.ai uses reliable, unified data and more effective approaches to help customers put data into action.

Mark Turner, former Head of Global Sales Operations at Canva commented on how People.ai has benefitted his work at the company: “People.ai is giving us more intelligence about what activities make the reps successful and making sure the customers are along with us on that journey.”

Using patented AI technology, People.ai transforms business activity such as email, meetings, and contacts, into account and opportunity management solutions that increase sales rep productivity, accelerate revenue growth, and maximise marketing ROI. 

People.ai has six offices worldwide and included in the company’s customers are AppDynamics, DataRobot, Ivanti, Okta, and Zoom.

Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, People.ai is backed by Y Combinator and Silicon Valley’s top investors, including ICONIQ Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Akkadian Ventures, and Mubadala Capital.

People.ai: using AI to uncover sales opportunities

The company’s platform unifies all buyer and seller activity with account and opportunity data to create the winning playbook. It consistently hits pipeline, new business and expansion targets every quarter. 

For its platform, People.ai has been awarded 49 patents and has an additional 50+ under review. The company also received validation via Gartner’s Hype Cycle for CRM Sales Technology, inclusion in Forrester’s New XX Wave, the Y Combinator Top Companies List, and the Forbes AI 50 list.

Its Account Management solution allows customers to stay connected to every dimension of account engagement, mapping influencers within the organisation, and executing account plans built directly into Salesforce.

With Opportunity Management, customers can uncover insights to learn what impacts the outcome of a deal. The AI-powered insights coach reps through every stage, and reduces the number of tools needed to get their job done.

By utilising this platform, leading video call software company Zoom has been able to increase its rep bookings by 42%. Commenting on this, Ryan Azuz, Chief Revenue Officer said: "People.ai is a crucial GTM partner that's helping us shape our future, not simply react to it. It's played a key role in our sales team's success."

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