Oracle DataFox is a leading artificial intelligence (AI) data engine that continuously extracts company-level data and signals to elevate business performance across the enterprise.
Enrich customer records with 70+ firmographic data points and 68 types of signals. Profile and classify your customer base, improve campaigns or reporting with niche segmentation, and enhance efficiency with rich data infused into your workflows.
Find new companies that fit your unique criteria by applying 70+ filters to the Oracle DataFox database of millions of companies. Expand your market and increase revenue with a larger prospect base.
Prioritize your universe of target companies with a transparent company scoring model that provides a consistent method for ranking prospect companies. Create a faster path to revenue by focusing on organizations with the highest potential first.
Monitor news on prospects and identify when they hit key company milestones you care about. Engage in more productive conversations with customers and prospects with 68 types of real-time, AI-sourced signals on target companies.
To make decisions, management teams need lots of data relevant to the decisions the team must face.
AI and its underlying technology are currently top of mind for many high-level executives. But, AI adoption still has an air of mystery about it.
"To some extent, the AI model is a commodity. Data is how we're going to differentiate." Oracle on their AI strategy for B2B.
Oracle DataFox has quickly expanded the reach of its pool of AI-sourced and managed data.
DataFox uses artificial intelligence to help clients gain an up-to-date view of customer accounts and organizations.
InnovationQuarter is a regional economic development agency in The Netherlands targeting companies who are looking to expand in The Netherlands and throughout Europe. The team relies on the artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities of Oracle DataFox to quickly identify companies that meet their specific criteria. Using Oracle DataFox, the organization has attracted more than 50 companies to the region, investing 214 million euros into the economy and creating 1100 jobs.