Our clients have found Radar incredibly valuable because it allows them to bring more automation and in-depth firm connections to business development
NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 12, 2020
Relationship Science (RelSci), the leading relationship mapping and business development platform, has launched a new contact intelligence product called Radar to help users grow their relationship network with less effort.
With market conditions universally altered, business development teams face increasing challenges to find warm prospects. To help with these challenges, RelSci’s new service, Radar, gives individuals and organizations key insights about their networks by automatically analyzing email and calendar interactions. With Radar, a user can see all the people their colleagues are interacting with at a target company.
Radar also sends users a customized email brief each morning with details on who they’re meeting with that day – saving users time and ensuring that their meetings are more effective.
As RelSci CEO Domenic Graziosi says, “During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to help take the guesswork out of targeting prospects by utilizing RelSci with Radar to identify your strongest relationship path, coupled with full insights into your firm’s communication interactions.”
RelSci’s core platform combines in-depth, verified profiles of millions of individuals and organizations with relationship mapping technology that clients use to secure the warmest possible introductions and win more business.
Radar takes RelSci’s core platform’s functionality to a new level, by allowing users to dive even deeper into their relationships in RelSci. Prior to releasing Radar, RelSci has been able to show the profiled people at a given target organization. With Radar’s analysis of email and calendar interactions, you can now see all of your relationships in RelSci, even if those contacts and their associated organizations don’t have RelSci profiles. This allows you to leverage the full power of your network.
Radar not only gives you more insight into how many people you and your colleagues know, but also how well you know them, with Radar’s automatically generated relationship strength predictions.
“Our clients have found Radar incredibly valuable because it allows them to bring more automation and in-depth firm connections to business development,” Graziosi says.
For more information on RelSci's new Radar product, please visit https://relationshipscience.com/radar.
About Relationship Science
Relationship Science (RelSci) empowers organizations to make smarter business decisions by leveraging an underused asset: their web of connections to influential decision-makers. RelSci calls this Relationship Capital. The RelSci platform provides exclusive access to actionable information on millions of influential people and organizations to help users grow their business.
Visit http://www.relationshipscience.com for more information.