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Salesforce Chairman Marc Benioff: Our relationship with ABB is an example of the extraordinary power of AI and IoT

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said that industrial technology firm is expanding its relationship with Salesforce by deploying Salesforce Einstein, Salesforce IoT, Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Community Cloud and Success Cloud advisory services.

“ABB is undergoing incredible digital transformation and connecting with their customers in revolutionary ways,” said Marc Benioff, Chairman and co-CEO of Salesforce. “Our relationship with ABB is another example of the extraordinary power of and IoT technologies to drive customer success.”

The company said that Salesforce Einstein will enable ABB to drive smarter sales and service with artificial intelligence. ABB will use Sales Cloud Einstein for intelligence-driven decision making, automated data entry, identification of potential opportunities and predictive forecasting. Einstein Vision, used with Service Cloud Field Service Lightning, will be used to give ABB's 15,000 field service technicians the ability to take a photo of an ABB product or component when they arrive onsite to automatically surface information about the product on their screens, resulting in faster, more accurate service.

Salesforce IoT will allow ABB to make data from its connected devices actionable and measurable. The company's vision is to combine Salesforce IoT with ABB Ability so that its installed base of 70 million connected devices can use predictive intelligence, powered by Einstein, to generate and trigger actions directly into Salesforce. With Salesforce IoT and ABB Ability together, ABB will be able to improve customer experiences by getting ahead of performance and maintenance needs.

Salesforce asserted that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a wave of innovation and technology that is radically transforming every business and industry. It's no longer enough for manufacturers to differentiate on the product—they must also predict customer needs and deliver smarter, more personalized customer experiences. “With Salesforce, ABB is unifying its CRM globally, across every region, brand and department, to embrace the opportunities created by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and help its customers pursue important, new openings for service, innovation and growth,” said CRM major.

“The Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating massive opportunities for our customers, making the work we do with them to drive innovation and create value more important than ever,” stated Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB. “That's why we're growing our relationship with Salesforce. The wealth of information we'll get by unifying our data on Salesforce and combining it with our ABB Ability digital offering will allow us to use artificial intelligence and IoT more effectively, so we can anticipate our customer's needs and write the future together.”

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