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WINIT adds 10 clients following expansion in UAE

IANS  |  Hyderabad 

WINIT, a leading mobile sales force automation company, has announced that it won 10 new clients following expansion of services in the United Arab Emirates.

The new clients include Dome waters, Al Marai and SITCO Pharma of Saudi Arabia and Rahimafrooz and Pidilite of Bangladesh.

After receiving appreciation from large distribution companies like Colgate Palmolive and National Food Products Company, WINIT has increased its footprint in the UAE market with its advanced mobile sales force automation solutions, the company said in a statement.

"We are elated to announce signing of 10 new clients for our innovative omni channel sales and distribution. We hope to double our revenues by end of this year from the UAE market," said its CEO Prakash Sreewastav.

Omni-channel sales excellence is powered by new age artificial intelligence and advanced analytics along with real time collaboration capabilities. It helps improve sales effectiveness, profitability and over all ROI of sales team of FMCG and CPG companies, the statement said.

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First Published: Tue, July 11 2017. 17:50 IST
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