Grapevine recalls contacts’ details that matter, providing perfect recollection for sales professionals, business people and anyone who cares to remember.
Grapevine’s intelligent networking app, which received pre-seed funding in 2018, has entered an invite-only beta testing period to over 200 registered testers and is preparing for launch by the end of 2019.
Grapevine allows users to speak directly to the app about their interactions with contacts. The app listens and then builds profiles by understanding who users have met, what they do, and what their interests are. The next-level voice recognition analyzes fast interaction from the user and performs recall and intuitive search. It’s destined to revolutionize networkers’ potential to convert customers by remembering the essential minutiae that create long term relationships.
Speaking about Grapevine entering beta testing, Andrew Reiner, co-founder of Grapevine said: “We are so excited to show the world what Grapevine is capable of. We can’t wait to get the user experience tested and continuously evolve our platform. During this beta test, we will keep everyone updated about the progress, what we’re seeing, and how Grapevine will evolve into the essential tool for networkers.”
During the development, Grapevine will be able to pull information from social media profiles, understand voice instructions, and build robust profiles that will enable better, more personal interactions.
Grapevine is available for demonstration. For press and media information, please contact James Bremner, GB Agency, NYC, at [email protected] or +1 844 442 2255