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WINIT to expand services in UAE

IANS  |  Hyderabad 

Leading mobile sales force automation (SFA) company WINIT on Friday announced its plans to expand services in the United Arab Emirates.

"WINIT's advance mobile SFA solution, which is now powered by new age artificial intelligence and advanced analytics along with Real Time Collaboration capabilities, helps improve sales effectiveness, profitability and overall ROI (Return On Investment) of the sales team of FMCG companies," the Hyderabad-based firm, which has its operations across India, Middle East and South Asia, said in a statement.

After years of successful implementation with several large distribution companies including P&G, Colgate, Palmolive and many more, WINIT brings its advanced solutions as a differentiator when compared to the usual offerings in the market, it said.

"The economy of the Middle East is dynamic and the region offers a huge platform for growth and development of business. The region remains an attractive destination for distribution companies and has acted like a catalyst in the expansion of WINIT. Our biggest differentiating factor is providing well-knitted services to our clients that help them sell more," said WINIT CEO Prakash Sreewastav.

"WINIT now brings advanced mobile SFA offerings which are powered by machine learning and advanced analytics to help accelerate sales efficiency. Also, to meet the higher demand and to offer seamless customer focus, we plan to ramp up our resource strength in the UAE market," he added.



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First Published: Fri, March 31 2017. 19:10 IST