Aviso Achieves SOC II Type II Certification and Files 4 Additional Patents Across New Platform Innovations


Aviso, the only AI Revenue Intelligence platform that closes the loop from predictive forecasting to turn-by-turn deal guidance, announced that it has filed 4 additional patents, successfully achieved the coveted SOCII Type II certification, and has launched several new innovations including in the areas of CRM sync, feature extraction, and path guidance. This momentum comes at the heels of a strong Q3 for Aviso, with additional funding, 4 patent filings in the third quarter, and key wins. Companies like Honeywell, Dell, Splunk, RingCentral, FireEye, and others use Aviso to drive revenue and 98%+ forecast accuracy, powered by Aviso’s Auto Machine Learning enabled time-series data platform.

Aviso’s four recent patents (in addition to the four patents filed just last quarter) focus on predictive forecasting using email activity and conversational data, automated feature extraction, in-context product recommendations in a deal cycle, and optimal paths to a deal close. These patents solve unique problems brought about by pandemic induced revenue risk as well as the new era of remote work and virtual selling. Aviso’s new patents also tackle issues related to a lack of data source diversification amongst sales forecasting techniques.

Earlier this quarter, Aviso also achieved SOC 2 Type II certification after going through an official security audit. SOC 2 Type II guidelines are set forth by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The successful certification signifies that Aviso offers customers assurance around comprehensive security, integrity, availability, and confidentiality to ensure comprehensive privacy and protection of all data processed in the cloud.

“SOC 2 Type II is a rigorous examination to continuously audit the strengths of Aviso’s platform, and underscores the broader commitment we make to our customers that Aviso is continuously investing on their behalf in the compliance, security, and robustness of our platform,” said Samrat Bhatt, Chief Information Security Officer at Aviso, who led the project internally.

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Building on their security and privacy compliance measures, Aviso has also strengthened its core platform infrastructure through several innovations across 2020 and in Q4. These innovations include an enhanced two-way data sync across users’ CRM systems (Aviso is agnostic and works across Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle, HubSpot and other CRMs), and a persona-specific framework for intelligent nudges. Users can expect near instantaneous data syncs and personalized predictive accuracy as a result of these changes.

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