Vymo Collaborates With Microsoft to Power Organizations Globally With its Intelligent Personal Assistant for Sales
Vymo has announced its collaboration with Microsoft to expand the global presence of its intelligent personal assistant for sales. The partnership will focus on enabling organizations to strengthen their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) using Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities and empower their sales function with predictive and actionable insights.
Vymo is already powering an existing base of 85,000+ users in 50+ large global businesses across Banking, Insurance, Financial Services and Pharma sectors with Microsoft Azure-backed Machine Learning and AI tools to help them draw intelligent and actionable insights and increase the productivity by over 30%.
Speaking on the collaboration, Vymo Co-founder & CEO, Yamini Bhat said, “We are helping organizations move to a more proactive CRM experience powered by mobility and intelligence. With Vymo, salespeople can operate more effectively in a deskless environment and that has translated into a significant revenue impact for businesses. We look forward to working closely with Microsoft as we scale.”
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Rajiv Sodhi, General Manager, Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft, said, “We have been working closely with Vymo to empower the salesforce in businesses using AI, and are delighted to be taking our collaboration further. The new development is part of Microsoft’s commitment to enabling its partner ecosystem to leverage AI capabilities to be able to build powerful solutions and tap growth.”
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Vymo is a Microsoft’s Winter Accelerator 2015 batch graduate and a winner of Microsoft’s AI for All award. Work done by the Sales CRM Software startup was also noted by Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. He mentioned, “Vymo was fundamentally changing, both, how retailers work and financial services work”.
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