REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- B2BSignals next generation of data as a service (DaaS) is now available for global subscriptions. Taking traditional sales and marketing prospecting as well as market research to the next level, Salesify, a global market leader in B2B lead gen and data services, recently launched its newest DaaS platform that gives users intelligence to find their next and most targeted customer. Users can now see data connections — on functional, operational, and product install base — across 40,000 companies, with 26 million contacts, covering 3.5 million technology installs within 557,000 locations, in a rich, graphical and user friendly platform. "Traditional sales and marketing teams struggle to find and sift through contacts and account data to find buyers," said Shivani York, VP of New Ventures heading up the B2BSignals business. "With the addition of a functional organization map and product install base data combined with geo-targeting tools, our users have an even more robust engine which can be used to build account-based marketing strategies, and to understand business opportunities and marketing information, while maximizing investments in marketing automation and CRM systems by sharing data that informs meaningful conversations that drive faster conversions and bottom-line revenue."
B2BSignals includes powerful filters and search functionality to mine relational data, allowing users to discover a broader data set for deeper connections to accounts and opportunities. "In business, you don't know what you don't know," said Raj Hajela, a Salesify founder and Chief Sales Officer, "and this knowledge gap can impact the health of your organization … you have to ask the right questions to get actionable insights. B2BSignals changes that, because you can pose a query, search, or filter for information and B2BSignals Intelligence reveals data that has never been available – right at your fingertips." B2BSignals is also integrated into the Salesify solutions portfolio, leveraging data pulled globally, which can reveal critical metrics on technology, user expertise, functional responsibilities, and other market insights.