Zvolv, a no-code intelligent automation platform, has appointed Sri Srinivasan, as its Board Advisor and Chief Revenue Officer. Sri will lead Zvolv’s go-to-market functions across the organization, helping scale Zvolv’s businesses across India, Asia Pacific, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) and the US markets.
Sri joins Zvolv from Salesforce where he spent 6 years, as part of the APAC leadership team, leading their Key Accounts and Industry Sales for Manufacturing, Mining & Resources, Automotive verticals. Sri built and led Salesforce APAC Key Accounts business, driving overall revenue growth, marketing, customer success and partner strategy for the segment. Prior to Salesforce, Sri held various leadership roles over 18 years with Oracle EMEA & APAC across sales and business strategy, working with leading clients in these regions on their transformation journeys.
“Zvolv is a first of its kind horizontal platform in the fast growing Intelligent Automation space, that enables enterprises to automate and scale their digitisation efforts in days, by combining the power of no-code BPM, low-code RPA and intelligent workflow technologies, underpinned by an agile AI/ML insights layer, all within one seamless, open and scalable platform. I am very impressed with the evolution and rapid adoption of this platform by some of the largest market leaders, including Tata Group, More Retail, Aditya Birla Group, Lenskart, Swiggy, Dominos, KPMG and Accenture, demonstrating the power of Zvolv platform,” said Sri. “I am excited to join this talented team and looking forward to working with our growing ecosystem of partners, to fast track the digitisation efforts of our clients.”
“We heartily welcome Sri on board. Zvolv is growing its footprint rapidly outside its immediate market. Sri, with his rich experience working with some of the largest enterprises and partners, will help accelerate our global expansion plans and enable more of our customers to transform and automate their business process in days,” said Hardik Gandhi, Founder-CEO, Zvolv.
As per an IDC survey, more than 60 per cent of organisations worldwide intend to use cloud-first low-code/no-code development platforms for digital innovations, as firms re-think their IT spending plans in response to Covid-19. Zvolv based solutions get developed at a speed of 2-5 times faster than traditional development methodologies without compromising on customisation flexibility.