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IBM brings Salesforce partner Bluewolf to India

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

today launched Bluewolf, a consulting agency, in as it aims to expand its play in various initiatives being undertaken by the government and enterprises in the country.

will focus on verticals like telecom, utilities and to deliver Salesforce's solutions, using Bluewolf's delivery capabilities and its own expertise in cognitive and design-thinking.

In 2016, acquired Bluewolf, one of the top partners of cloud-based software Last year, IBM inked a global partnership with software services major, to deliver leveraging

"The increasing market demand for Salesforce demonstrates an equally compelling need for Together, IBM and have deep expertise enabling design-driven transformation on Salesforce across sales, service, marketing, and IT," IBM Senior Vice President Global Services (GBS) told reporters here.

Lula Mohanty, (GBS) at IBM, said the company manages 100-200 customers for the Salesforce practice in and expects the number to grow significantly in the coming years as government agencies and enterprises in the country undertake various initiatives to drive

"We see a huge opportunity to help companies in their .. We have already trained about 400- 500 people in the practice and will further scale that up," she added.

Mohanty said the company will also tap into the small and medium enterprises segment, offering quick onboarding and comprehensive solutions for their requirements.

IBM is also setting up a Bluewolf Garage, a first globally, that will focus on developing new capabilities for clients in and other markets.

Salesforce and said the launch of Bluewolf in India will empower companies, irrespective of their size of operations, to leverage Salesforce's to make smarter decisions.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Tue, February 13 2018. 15:25 IST