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TYE solutions set to shift Sri Lanka into sales gear with Pipedrive

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Working to enable a powerful new paradigm in sales management, breakthrough local tech-solutions provider, TYE Solutions announced a new partnership with international cloud-based sales software company, Pipedrive. 

The groundbreaking new agreement will empower TYE Solutions to serve as the first point of contact for Pipedrive customers in Sri Lanka, enabling Sri Lankan entrepreneurs, SMEs and corporates access the same simple and easy-to-use digital tools that have already empowered over 75,000 sales teams across the globe to be better organised, move faster and close sales faster still. 

Designed to harness the agility of cloud-based technology to enable users with an unprecedented dynamic view of their entire sales process, Pipedrive provides real-time updates at the speed of business empowering clients to completely redefine sales culture in Sri Lanka over the coming decade. 

“Many of us come from a sales background and so we have been looking to combine our expertise in sales with the very latest technological solutions in order to create vastly improved results for our clients.

“Working across several industry verticals, it quickly became apparent that the factor that will determine success in the Sri Lankan business environment is flexibility and adaptability. Therefore we strive to ensure that all of our solutions are tailored towards these values, and Pipedrive is yet another strong example of how the smart implementation of technology at key bottlenecks can completely redefine the performance and culture of an organisation,” TYE Solutions Co-Founder Zahir Fuard said.  

First developed in 2010 by Tallinn – an EU and US-based software company – Pipedrive has been since been expanded into 170 countries and 16 languages spanning six regions. The platform itself was developed to ensure simplicity in CRM. 

Through partners like TYE Solutions, Pipedrive also provides extensive assistance in integration of its groundbreaking CRM platform – ensuring that any organisation of any scale can streamline its sales, automate administration and synchronise its data onto a single cohesive platform. 

Founded by a dynamic team of digital entrepreneurs, in 2012, TYE Solutions has rapidly emerged as a competitive presence in the Sri Lankan market powered by a simple message: ‘Technology Yields Empowerment’. The company’s operations are based out of the TYE Solutions head office in Colombo and through its regional offices in selected countries across the APAC and European regions.

Operating across an expanding global network, TYE Solutions works closely with local and international clients and partners in order to mitigate risk and organisational inefficiencies through the utilisation of cutting-edge technological innovations harnessed to solve real-world business problems. The TYE Solutions business model is based on the firm belief that technology will drive a new paradigm in convenience and simplicity for businesses.

For more information contact Nihadh on 077 953 0863 or visit www.tyesolutions.com.lk. 


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