Conversation Intelligence vendor Gong announced the availability of Deal Intelligence, their new AI-driven insights service that provides a “clear, up-to-date view” of deal status, recent interactions, and at-risk deals. Deal Intelligence also helps sales managers provide targeted coaching and assess pipeline activity.
“Deal Intelligence allows us to do quicker pipeline inspections and validate with a third party that we really are where we say we are in the process,” said Armen Zildjian, VP of Sales at Drift. “It is not to micromanage but to continue to coach and give reps the next best step with the customer, so we really can rely on that business.”
New features include
- Deal Board: Quickly understand which deals are healthy and which require immediate attention.
- Deal Warnings: Spot warning signs such as a lack of recent activity and close date in the past. Planned warnings include no future calls scheduled and no decision-maker involved.
- Account Page: Centralizes deal-related interactions across email, web conference, and phone to proactively identify risks and review conversations
- Engagement Map: Ensures that a deal is multi-threaded and that reps are engaged with the right people in the right way.
“Consider what can be done when you have every phone call, email, and customer interaction automatically captured and the ability to analyze those interactions. It will allow organizations to get a sharper picture of prospect intent and where an account is in the sales process.”TOPO Sales Analyst Dan Gottlieb
Pipeline Analytics and deal risk are an emerging category of sales analytics. Firms such as Gong, Costello (recently acquired by SalesLoft), and Clari provide a single-pane view for identifying deal risk, assessing multi-threaded engagement, and conducting pipeline reviews.
Deal Intelligence is available to all current customers as part of their core offering. Admins must turn on email sync from popular clients such as G Suite and Microsoft 365. Sales Engagement partners include SalesLoft, Outreach, Groove, and Xant.
Deal Intelligence is view-only and does not support Opportunity record updating. CRM sync is a planned feature.
Gong supports a broad set of conferencing and dialing tools, including Zoom, UberConference, BlueJeans, WebEx, GoToMeeting, Join.Me, RingCentral, Dialpad, Amazon Connect, Google Meet, and Skype.
Gong does not publish any pricing and simply states that pricing is based upon “how many recorded reps you have,” not the number of listeners.