We don’t just aggregate data - we create it.
|Data We Create||Data We Curate|
|Growth signals||Firmographics (e.g. location, headcount, revenue)|
|Industry keywords||Financials (e.g. investors, funding dates, exit status)|
|Similar companies||Contact information|
Our intelligent data set combines the scale of machine learning algorithms with the white-glove accuracy of data analysts.
Verifed & updated in our
database every day
Of data science engineering
dedicated since 2013
Invested by analysts in algorithm
training + data verification
DataFox AI powers the core of our dataset, from our Company Matching Engine, to our Similar Companies Algorithm, to our Industry Keyword Classifier.
For instance, over 25 engineering years have gone into our Signals Engine, which identifies usable Signals (e.g. executive hires or headcount growth) from billions of documents across the web.
This stuff is hard. Companies relocate, hire and fire, and change all the time; a data point verified last week is likely already out of date.
It's impossible to achieve “perfect” data quality - we know that. The best we can do is use a multi-layered regime of analyst workflows and computer-powered anomaly detection.
With the help of our customers, we are becoming the best in the business.
Accurate account data is critical to the success of any account-based strategy for territory planning, lead enrichment, and distribution. We use DataFox as a source of truth because their headcount and technology stack information are extremely accurate.
David Aguilar, Director of Sales Operations at Invoca
All of our SDRs and BDRs use DataFox daily in their workflows. For future sales operations, DataFox will really help me increase individual rep efficiency and make assigning accounts much easier.
Kristin Moore, Sales Operations at Jhana
With DataFox we get the company buying signals we need to effectively prospect, delivered in real-time. These insights enable our reps to reach out long before the competition does.
Daniel Weitzenfeld, VP of Data at Managed by Q
A CRM should provide intelligence to your sales team, not the other way around.