BIGTINCAN NAMED IN GARTNER’S MARKET GUIDE FOR SALES ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMS, MEETING ALL IDENTIFIED CAPABILITIES

Bigtincan | August 27, 2019

BIGTINCAN NAMED IN GARTNER’S MARKET GUIDE FOR SALES ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMS, MEETING ALL IDENTIFIED CAPABILITIES
Bigtincan (ASX:BTH), the leader in mobile, AI-powered sales enablement automation,  today announced it has been recognized as a Representative Vendor of Sales Engagement Platforms in all of the capabilities defined by Gartner as part of the August 2019 Market Guide for Sales Enablement Platforms* for the second consecutive year. According to the report, “sales engagement platforms expand sales enablement capabilities by using information about buyer and seller engagement to deliver better sales results. Application leaders supporting sales technology should use this Market Guide to understand the key capabilities of 14 vendors.“We are honored to once again be recognized by Gartner as a Representative Vendor in their 2019 Market Guide for Sales Enablement Platforms,” said David Keane, Bigtincan co-founder and CEO. “We believe Gartner’s recognition further validates Bigtincan’s leadership in this growing and evolving market. Bigtincan continues to make strategic acquisitions to expand into new verticals while adding capabilities to replace outdated systems with intelligent tools of the future. Our products help sales teams learn faster, sell smart and be more productive on a global scale.”

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