The new development is part of Microsoft’s commitment to enable its partner ecosystem leverage AI capabilities to be able to build powerful solutions
Vymo announced that it has entered into a partnership with Microsoft to extend the presence of its intelligent personal assistant for sales globally.
The association will be focused on enabling companies to bolster their customer relationship management (CRM) by leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, along with empowering their sales operations with predictive and actionable insights, the company said in a statement.
Commenting on the partnership, Yamini Bhat, co-founder and CEO, Vymo, said, “We are helping organisations 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.”
Empowering the salesforce
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 enable its partner ecosystem leverage AI capabilities to be able to build powerful solutions and tap growth,” he added.
Currently, Vymo has a base of more than 85,000 users in over 50 big global businesses across various sectors including banking, financial services, insurance and pharma. In addition, Vymo has Microsoft Azure backed AI and machine learning (ML) tools to help the businesses draw intelligent and actionable insights and enhance their productivity by more than 30 per cent.
Vymo is a batch graduate Microsoft’s Winter Accelerator 2015 and a winner of ‘AI for All’ award by Microsoft. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft has also noted the work done by the Sales CRM Software start-up.
Nadella has stated, “Vymo was fundamentally changing, both, how retailers work and financial services work.”