Revolut partners Salesforce for business service

Salesforce has announced a new partnership with Revolut aimed at growing the FinTech’s Revolut Business service.

The Customer Relationship Management (CRM) giant said Revolut will use Salesforce technology including Sales Cloud, High-Velocity Sales, Sales Cloud Einstein, Sales Enablement, and Marketing Cloud Engagement, to optimize Revolut Business operations.

Revolut Business launched in 2017 to provide companies with multi-currency exchange services, merchant acquiring, and corporate debit cards; the company says it now has more than 500,000 customers.

Revolut is already working with messaging app Slack, which was acquired by Salesforce in July 2021 to connect its teams, tools, customers and partners.

Salesforce said that the combination of technologies will allow Revolut to streamline processes and grow its sales organization.

Revolut is aiming to hire 2,800 new sales agents in the next year and will employ Sales Enablement, Salesforce’s digital skilling platform, to provide materials and allow new agents to onboard quickly with training resources.

Commenting on the tie up, Matthew Acton Davis, global head of sales at Revolut said: “Our partnership with Salesforce and the suite of tools at our disposal helps us to grow the sales organization in an efficient and scalable way as well as deliver the best possible product for our customers, saving money and time for their businesses.”

Ryan Joyce head of FinTech at Salesforce UK said:“We’re proud to work with global financial superapp Revolut to deliver a complete growth platform to support the new world of sales.”

“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.”

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