SiliconIndia names Pramata among the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S
FREMONT, CA—November 10, 2016—Pramata announced today its inclusion in SiliconIndia Magazine’s latest Top 100 Tech Companies.
“We are happy to announce Pramata as one of the Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S.,” said Sagaya Christuraj, Managing Editor of SiliconIndia. “Pramata was a clear standout for the Top 100 Tech Companies list,” said Christuraj. “Praful Saklani and his team have created a disruptive cloud platform that is critical to understanding customer relationships. They are a hot Silicon Valley company to watch.”
Pramata helps Fortune 1000 companies efficiently digitize the foundational information found in complex customer contracts, transform it into meaningful, actionable Customer Relationship Intelligence™ and place it in the hands of the people who need it most to sell, deliver, operate and retain value throughout the customer lifecycle.
“Pramata is making a meaningful impact on our customers, who are seeing a measureable return on their investment in just months. They are benefiting from customer intelligence that is timely, comprehensive and accurate, and that leads to significant revenue and compliance value,” said Praful Saklani, co-founder and CEO of Pramata.
Pramata offers configurable solution sets designed to address and strengthen customer interactions across three core business areas, which include Sales Effectiveness, Business Performance and Contract Management.
“We’ve tapped into a very tangible need for large B2B businesses—how to leverage the immensely valuable data within complex customer contracts to grow and transform those lucrative relationships,” said Saklani. “As a result, our company also is growing and expanding in our need for talented, innovation-minded team members here in the U.S. and in our Bangalore offices.”
Headquartered in the U.S. and with key offices in Bangalore, Pramata helps Fortune 1000 companies transform complex contract information into complete, meaningful digital intelligence about their most valuable customer relationships, driving significant revenue growth potential and stronger compliance efforts. www.pramata.com
Published from Fremont, California, SiliconIndia is a print magazine that gives information about business, technology, startups, venture capital firms, and education. A distinguished panel comprising of accomplished CEOs & CIOs including board members of SiliconIndia magazine have finalized the “Top 100 Tech Companies Founded and Managed by Indians in the U.S” and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants in the mobility arena. For more information visit: www.siliconindia.com