The sales acceleration leader InsideSales.com has been recognized as Service Provider of the Year by the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP). This award honors the best companies providing products and services that help inside sales professionals create growth in their organization.
Scott Logan, Director of Demand Generation for InsideSales.com (right), receiving the AA-ISP 2018 award.
The AA-ISP Annual Awards
“Each year, the AA-ISP recognizes those top organizations who are members of our association through a member feedback process,” said Bob Perkins, founder and chairman of the AA-ISP, according to a company press release.
“The providers with the most positive and consistent ratings are recognized across a variety of categories, and this year, InsideSales.com topped the list,” added Bob.
The InsideSales.com Artificial Intelligence sales acceleration platform is used by thousands of sales professionals around the world to facilitate connecting with prospects, automate admin tasks and increase revenue up to 30%.
“The AA-ISP is a global organization that works with many of the top enterprise companies in the world,” said Dave Elkington, CEO and founder of InsideSales.com. “Being recognized by these companies for leading the charge, and delivering real results through our AI-based sales applications, is a big win for our company and customers. We’re honored to serve some of the best sales professionals in the industry, and we committed to maintaining our standards of quality for service and product for the future as well.”
InsideSales.com also won the AA-ISP Service Provider award in 2016, and has recently renewed it partnership with AA-ISP to further the inside sales industry.
The company is winner of many more industry awards, including the Forbes Cloud 100 list, CNBC Disruptor 50, and the 2017 AIconics Award for Best Artificial Intelligence Application for Sales and Marketing.
Customers include ADP, Bank of America, Caesars Entertainment, CenturyLink, Fidelity Investments, Groupon, and Microsoft.