Tact, the sales experience platform, today announced it will be presenting at the CX Sales General Session at Oracle’s Modern Customer Experience 17 event on April 25 -27 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Tact will preview the upcoming integration of its conversational AI assistant with Oracle Sales Cloud. In addition, Tact has achieved a Silver level membership within the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).
Tact turns a salesperson's connected device into an AI-powered digital sales assistant that automates administrative tasks and interacts with their most essential tools - phone, email, calendar, maps, CRM, LinkedIn, and more - to provide users with a frictionless selling experience. Tact uses AI to sync and contextualize customer data across multiple systems of record, presenting it to the user in natural language through an app, SMS or voice. This drives greater CRM adoption and sales productivity in the field, while delivering more accurate data and forecasts to managers. Customers include Fortune 500 organizations like GE, Kelly Services and The AES Corporation.
Attendees of Modern Customer Experience 17 will be the first to preview how Tact and Oracle will collaborate to transform the seller experience by:
• Attending the CX Sales General Session on Tuesday, April 25 from 10:00-11:30am in Oceanside D room at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center: designed around industry trends, future predictions and innovations. Siva Sundaresan, GVP Sales Application at Oracle will detail the latest sales strategies, ranging from predictive to adaptive intelligence, innovations and more. Chuck Ganapathi, founder and CEO of Tact, will share for the first time how Tact’s conversational AI assistant will serve as the sales reps’ main interface, unlocking the strength of Oracle Sales Cloud through natural conversation: touch, text and talk.
• Tracking the developments of Tact for Oracle Sales Cloud within the OPN: by attaining a Silver level membership, Tact will accelerate its collaboration with Oracle to extend and enhance Oracle Sales Cloud with its conversational platform, Tact AI. Customers can easily access detailed information to learn more about Tact, including technical documentation, participation at upcoming events, and the upcoming General Availability date of Tact for Oracle Sales Cloud.
• “Modern Customer Experience helps Oracle customers cut through the noise to identify the latest technologies that will help accelerate their sales transformational efforts,” said Siva Sundaresan, GVP, Oracle Sales Cloud. “What we admire about Tact is the company’s ability to bring productivity, insights and stronger predictability to sales organizations through natural language and conversational AI. We’re very pleased to introduce the Tact AI digital assistant to our enterprise customers.”
• “Today there’s a fundamental change in the way people interact with computers, moving from windows, screens and buttons to more natural interfaces like touch, voice and chat,” said Chuck Ganapathi, founder and CEO of Tact. “Tact is focused on bringing this kind of thinking to the enterprise, specifically the lives of salespeople, so they can better utilize CRM and their tools in a more natural way. Integrating Tact with Oracle Sales Cloud is a tremendous opportunity and we’re thrilled to work with them to transform the seller experience.”
Tact.ai is on a mission to make enterprise software more human-friendly. Tact.ai puts sellers first with human-friendly CRM solutions that are frictionless, connected, and prescriptive. Powered by our patented Edge AI platform, Fortune 500 sales organizations -- including Honeywell, Cisco, and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world -- use Tact to change sales behavior and digitally transform how sellers work with customers every day to achieve new levels of productivity and collaboration. Founded by Chuck Ganapathi, who has built three generations of CRM products, Tact.ai Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held company backed by Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Upfront Ventures, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures), Comcast Ventures, Honeywell Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and the Amazon Alexa Fund.