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Corvisa Cloud LLC Invests in ManyWho

July 02, 2014

According to the Milwaukee Business Journal , in a true story of trickle down investing California-based business software company ManyWho has received an investment of an undisclosed amount from CorvisaCloud LLC. The investment will lead to a partnership between the two business enterprise solutions providers.

Earlier this year, CorvisaCloud received a handsome sum of $30 million from their parent company, Novation Companies. This funding was slated to help the Milwaukee-based company advance its already strong growth, with hopes to position it as one of the leading providers of cloud-based communications technology. CorvisaCloud has decided that a wise investment of this funding would be in ManyWho. Other plans for the funding include an increase in hiring by approximately 60 to 100 employees, and the possibility of a new workspace to accommodate the new hires.

ManyWho's workflow technology allows businesses to drag and drop different applications and technologies into a unified platform. With the new partnership between CorvisaCloud and ManyWho, this technology will become embedded in CorvisaCloud's call center software and platforms.

In a statement from Corvisa, the company said, "The integration of ManyWho's workflow technology will allow CorvisaCloud to provide dynamic call scripting to its customers to increase flexibility, efficiency and better meet customers' needs. The technology will offer call center agents a more visual and automated approach to engaging with customers, helping organizations to deliver information quickly and efficiently while creating a more personal experience for each customer."

ManyWho has been gaining attention lately by communications providers. CorvisaCloud is not the only company interested in ManyWho. Salesforce.com (News - Alert), another company focused on developing workforce and call center software and platforms, has also invested in ManyWho. 




Edited by Maurice Nagle

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