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Ex-Salesforce channel chief Vinay Verma joins E42 as Director of Global Partners and Alliances

Ex-Salesforce channel chief Vinay Verma joins E42 as Director of Global Partners and Alliances
16 Jun, 2022
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Homegrown no-code AI-NLP-platform provider E42 has appointed ex-Salesforce channel chief Vinay Verma as the new director of global partners and alliances.

At Salesforce, Verma was the director of alliances and channels and head partner in sales and success. He brings to the table, expertise in alliances, channels, enterprise sales, international markets, and entrepreneurship. He headed a team that worked to improve partner contribution to revenue along with partner and customer success.

Verma bring on board more than 25 years of experience in the industry. He started his career with Onwards Technologies as a senior sales professional.  Over the years, he has worked with organisations including HCL Technologies, Oracle, SAS, and Tableau Software among others.

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“As we plan to strengthen our global presence, we look forward to leveraging his experience of more than 25 years in the industry. We firmly believe in the potential of our platform and are certain that Vinay joining our team will significantly fortify our business," said Animesh Samuel, Co-founder & CEO, of E42 in an official statement.

According to Verma, E42 is dedicated to solving today's problems with the latest technology while disrupting the enterprise automation space globally with its seamless user experience. “I am glad to be part of their journey," he said.

In May, E42 had launched its first AI marketplace – a showcase of click-to-hire AI workers built on E42 by E42’s internal teams as well as partners – for enterprises to browse, select from, and start their automation journey.  

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The company has also launched AI workers built on the platform by two partners, MonAmI and Finance Tech Unlimited. The AI co-workers are meant to assist humans by automating repetitive and voluminous tasks, thus enabling humans to focus on strategic issues.