Founded by three guys who wanted to fix sales and revenue acceleration problems for small and medium size enterprises, Introhive has already landed some big customers. These include PwC, Colliers International, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Clark Nexsen. Now it’s looking to expand its reach across the globe with a new round of funding.
Customers include PwC, Colliers International, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Clark Nexsen
Among the many companies in Canada that are making a splash this week is Introhive, a company that is on the rise thanks to their AI-powered customer intelligence platform. Their AI-driven SaaS platform helps organizations increase revenues, improve customer experience management and build relationships. This year, they are making headlines by being named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list for the second year in a row. The company also has one of the largest deployments in the world, supporting a customer with 100,000+ seats across multiple continents.
Introhive’s AI-driven SaaS platform identifies the best sales reps for organizations and helps them to generate more revenue. The company also uses AI to analyze team success reporting and further embed product integration. It is also the first company from Atlantic Canada to make the list.
AI-powered sales and revenue acceleration platform
Founded in 2012, Introhive is an AI-powered sales and revenue acceleration platform that helps organisations unlock the potential of their CRM data. The company is focused on relationship intelligence and helps client-facing teams realise the full value of their relationships. It provides actionable insights to increase sales, retention and revenue growth.
The platform is designed to automate and improve data collection and workflow, allowing clients to access actionable insights. It works collaboratively with any CRM and integrates with numerous other systems. It is used by industry leaders, including PwC, Aegis Group Partners, Wilson Sonsina Goodrich & Rosati and Evergreen Coast Capital. In addition, Introhive has been certified as a Great Place to Work in Canada. It has offices in 10 locations across the globe.
Founders identify problems and start a new company to fix them
Founders have the passion and dedication to make their company a success. But they can’t do it alone. They need to get the help of their colleagues. They need to make the right business decisions.
Founders have a tendency to get caught up in the minutia. They may not be as aware of the downsides of their decisions. This can lead to overworked founders and burnout. It also means that they may be a hindrance rather than an asset to your business. The following tips will help you avoid some of the pitfalls.
First, do your homework. Find out who your competitors are. You want to find out their strengths and weaknesses. They might be able to give you a few useful tips and pointers.
Plans to use the funding to expand its global footprint
Founded by Stewart Walchli, Introhive has become the leading B2B relationship intelligence platform. It provides actionable insights to help enterprises grow and achieve business success. The company’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform works with any CRM to help customer-facing teams uncover revenue growth opportunities. The company uses artificial intelligence to identify data and optimize workflow. It recently surpassed US$20 million in annual recurring revenue.
The company supports a variety of clients, including industry leaders and professional services firms. It also supports over 250,000 users in 90 countries. Currently, the company has 10 global offices. It has been recognized as a Deloitte Fast 50 and Fast 500 company.
Introhive recently announced a new partnership with BoardEx, a company that employs over 300 global research analysts to map relationships between 1.5 million business leaders. The partnership will help Introhive’s shared clients uncover more high-quality connections and deepen internal collaboration.