20 years ago the world saw a revolution in how technology could be delivered and deployed to help customer facing teams. Our CEO was part of that revolution as the first product leader for Sales Cloud at salesforce.com
Now it’s time for a new revolution in technology for B2B sales, and Nitrio is leading the charge. Our goal is simple: the machine should feed the reps, not the other way around.
We asked ourself- what if Artificial Intelligence could make selling easier, by coaching reps in real-time? What if sales reps didn't have to update CRM, because the AI knows what is happening? Could we make it easier for managers to understand what's really happening in their sales process, and pinpoint problem opportunities without having to read every activity history? Turns out we can. Our technology was developed with the latest in Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing innovations by two Stanford Ph.Ds.
Nitrio is proven to help customer facing reps ramp faster and produce more by selling like the best rep. Nitrio customers are effusive about the benefits our technology provides to their customer facing teams. Click the request a demo link above to talk to us and learn more.
Chief Executive Officer
Brad is passionate about helping customer facing teams win. Previously he was the first product management leader for salesforce.com's Sales Cloud, from $100M to over $1B in ARR. Most recently Brad ran products and marketing at martech scale-up BrightEdge. He holds a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Japanese from the University of Southern California.
Chief Technology Officer
Alex co-founded Nitrio while completing his PhD in Data Science research at Stanford. He holds master's degrees from Stanford and the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. He also spent 6 years in the Israel Defense Forces developing scientific computing applications.
Chief Customer Officer
Corey is committed to helping customers succeed with Nitrio's solution. He co-founded Nitrio while completing his PhD in Data Science and Electronics research at Stanford. He holds a master's degree from Stanford, where he led multiple research projects in collaboration with NASA and Stanford Hospital and Clinics.