Adobe is the leading provider of creative apps for business, including Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and more.
Sales Force Europe is proud to count innovative Adobe among our customers. Back in 2013, Sales Force Europe started with Livefyre — a social content and sentiment business software for brands. Within three months, we had closed their first $300,000 deal, and by the year’s end $1.6 million in new European business development. 2014 saw Sales Force Europe also helping Livefyre expand into Latin America and Australia.
Following their rapid international growth delivered by Sales Force Europe, in 2016, Adobe acquired Livefyre, including turning the ten-person Sales Force Europe team servicing the international expansion into full-time Adobe employees.
“The Sales Force Europe-Livefyre team hit the ground running and adapted well to the Adobe culture,” said Victoria Shaw, Adobe’s head of mergers & acquisitions, integration, and staff.
Adazza is bringing machine learning to telecoms by taking advantage of the massive advancements in cloud infrastructure and computing power to solve real business problems like customer churn.
Telecoms power the fabric of daily modern life for people around the world, but they are still stuck using archaic software built in the 90s. Adazza is changing that.
In our first six months working with Adazza, we have helped this machine learning company launch in Europe, Central Asia, and Africa, all by leveraging Sales Force Europe’s existing executive telecom networks. This was especially true in helping Adazza really make a mark in the tough-to-enter-from-the-outside African telco vertical.
Adazza’s CEO Raymond Rouf said that, for the Telecom space, “You have to have these historical relationships. Everyone we’ve worked with at Sales Force Europe has these relationships. Of course I was skeptical at first because a lot of companies promise this, but Sales Force Europe delivers.”
Sales Force Europe also supported Adazza’s European fundraising efforts.
Rich Communication Services (RCS) messaging is the next evolution of SMS text messaging. Our Telecommunications and SaaS client Interop Technologies is at the forefront of RCS through messaging, voice and networks.
Whether you are trying to reach customers on 3G, 4G or 5G, Interop is focussed on migrating operators and other communication service providers (CSPs) to the all-IP ecosystem. Interop is an official GSMA RCS aggregator — rich communication services, which take SMS to the next level. This means this American company is bringing to Europe everything local markets need for RCS, from hosting to on-premise to hub networks.
RingCentral is a publicly-traded all-in-one collaboration enterprise tool suite. This Unified Solutions as a Service company provides all you need for team-based collaboration voice, fax, video and team messaging.
Developer of the first commercially available digital video recorder (DVR).
Ozmo offers self-service and support agent products to help make knowledgebases useful and customer interactions quick and engaging. With 25 million support interactions a year, Ozmo helps mobile operators and their consumers solve all their complex device and software issues quickly and effectively.
Comunycarse is a technological and digital consulting company with more than 20 years of experience in the design, implementation, management and maintenance of technology and digitization projects.
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AudioCodes designs, develops and sells advanced Voice-over-IP (VoIP), converged VoIP and Data networking products and communications applications for Service Providers and Enterprises.
Swisscom aspires to offer its customers the very best in today’s networked world. Continue reading Swisscom
Provider of video discovery platforms.