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Revolut teamed up with Salesforce to help grow Revolut Business

Revolut announced a new partnership with Salesforce with an aim to accelerate growth and transform the business banking arm of the digital bank.

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Revolut will use Salesforce technology including Sales Cloud, High-Velocity Sales, Sales Cloud Einstein, Sales Enablement, and Marketing Cloud Engagement, so it can onboard staff faster and equip them with a suite of CRM resources and training material to connect with customers and drive productivity.

This way the challenger aims to hire 2,800 new sales agents in the next year through mentioned Sales Enablement, Salesforce’s digital skilling platform.

Launched in 2017, Revolut Business provides companies with multi-currency exchange services, merchant acquiring and corporate debit cards “to give them full control over their finances”.

It claims to now help 500,000+ customers spend less time on administrative tasks and help them focus on other aspects of their business.

“We’re proud to work with global financial super-app Revolut to deliver a complete growth platform to support the new world of sales,” said Ryan Joyce, Head of FinTech at Salesforce UK.

“As teams blend virtual interactions with face-to-face meetings, processes need to be reimagined to be more efficient, and with Salesforce technology, Revolut will be well placed to continue their ambitious expansion plans,” he added.

“Our partnership with Salesforce and the suite of tools at our disposal helps us to grow the sales organisation in an efficient and scalable way as well as deliver the best possible product for our customers, saving money and time for their businesses,” said Matthew Acton Davis, Global Head of Sales at Revolut.

Jan Cerny
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