ringDNA in the News

12/12/2019 – ringDNA CEO Howard Brown provides commentary in Forbes about the sales development tools that leaders need to win.
RingDNA – an enterprise provider of advanced inside sales is using HPE Haven OnDemand machine learning APIs to power part of their “conversation analytics” capabilities. HPE Haven OnDemand allowed RingDNA’s developers to get up and running and explore a wide number of recipes and algorithms that were flexible and powerful enough for our enterprise customers.
Salesforce has named RingDNA as an important partner utilizing SalesforceIQ Inbox to accelerate productivity.
ringDNA Founder and CEO Howard Brown was included in the Socaltech 50, a list of the 50 most influential people in the Southern California tech space.
RingDNA was included in KnowledgeTree’s Periodic Table of Sales and Marketing Predictive Analytics under the Sales Acceleration category.
RingDNA Founder and CEO Howard Brown was included in the Socaltech 50, a list of the 50 most influential people in the Southern California tech space.
RingDNA Founder and CEO Howard Brown was included in the Socaltech 50, a list of the 50 most influential people in the Southern California tech space.
RingDNA’s CEO Howard Brown led a panel of all-star sales Jedis including SalesHacker CEO Max Altschuler, Datanyze Co-founder Ben Sardella and Sales Folk’s Heather Morgan.
RingDNA’s Founder and CEO Howard Brown is interviewed by analyst Dana Gardner about how RingDNA is leveraging HP’s IDOL on demand.
RingDNA’s CEO Howard Brown was interviewed by TMC’s Rich Tehrani about marketing automation and sales acceleration technology.
Online PR Media 4/22/14-Inside sales software company RingDNA announced today the appointment of Jason Ouellette as Vice President of Engineering. Ouellette, a leading authority on the Force.com platform will oversee RingDNA’s engineering and technology efforts.
Numerous services allow you to match the area code of the person you are calling with the area code displayed on their caller ID. RingDNA claims that the use of these seemingly “local numbers” increases the rate at which such calls are answered by more than 50%.