How A.I. Can Help Sales Enablement Actually Enable Sales

Posted by Alyssa Verzino on Jul 17, 2018 5:38:48 PM


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Artificial intelligence is making headlines by helping companies like Google, Facebook, and Tesla sell better products, but A.I. can also help any company -- including yours -- sell products better. And it starts by empowering your sales enablement team.

The purpose of your sales-enablement team is to give your sales representatives the tools they need to close more deals. But what tools does the sales-enablement team need to do their job?

Artificial intelligence.

Sales-enablement is all about making sure that sales reps have all the information they need to make a sale. They should have answers to every customer question, and counters to every sales objection. But in an age of Software-as-a-Service products that change at the pace of agile development, sales-enablement teams and sales reps alike struggle to stay current on the solutions they sell.

That's where A.I. comes in. By leveraging the power of artificial intelligence, your sales enablement team can generate and update product documentation and sales content as fast as your developers can push code. Those same A.I. agents can also help your sales representatives sort, search, and serve up exactly the right answers from that content in the same moment that a customer or prospect asks for it.


If Siri can automate every function on your iPhone, and Alexa can manage every service from Amazon, then a business-grade A.I. solution can certainly help you stay on top of your sales enablement process.

To find out what A.I. can do for your sales-enablement team, check out Talla’s newest eBook, Five Ways an A.I.-Powered Knowledge Base Can Solve your Sales Enablement Problems.

Written by Talla CEO Rob May, and based on his own experience selling (and enabling sales) of SaaS solutions, this eBook is the best place to start your journey towards an A.I.-optimized sales organization.

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Topics: AI, Artificial Intelligence, sales enablement