Beetel Teletech has announced its new distribution partnership with E42, a Natural Language Processing (NLP)-based AI platform, helping enterprises automate processes across functions and verticals. The partnership aims to address the growing challenges of enterprises through E42’s AI capabilities and Beetel’s strong channel partner ecosystem.
Speaking on the partnership, Sapna Gupta, Business Unit Head-Enterprise, Beetel Teletech said, “With this partnership, Beetel expands its reach in the enterprise and automation space and further cement its position as a market leader. E42.ai is a reputed name in the industry and we are confident that this partnership will mutually benefit both parties. We look forward to a fruitful association with E42.ai and providing our customers with quality solutions that meet their needs.”
Commenting on the partnership with Beetel, Animesh Samuel, CEO and Co-Founder, E42, said, “We’re excited to add Beetel to our thriving partner network and look forward to making strides in the area of enterprise automation together. With E42’s proven AI capabilities and Beetel’s strong channel partner ecosystem, we’re confident of widening our footprint across the country and of an equally valuable business outcome for team Beetel.”
The partnership is expected to help both partners deliver AI and NLP-powered automation solutions to enterprises across the country.
Beetel offers its services through 10,000 retailers and 500 distributors in India at the most prudent prices. Its partner base includes companies like Avaya, Poly, Samsung, Huawei, QSC, RADWIN, Ruckus, RAD and Acetelis. It also extends technical services (pre and post sales, installations, Cloud, AMC etc.) helping with designing solutions followed by system configurations and programming, covering the entire spectrum of services to over 19 countries spread across 5 continents in the world.
E42 enables their partners to provide end-to-end automation to enterprises ranging from Fortune 500 companies to SMEs and startups across sectors: from automobile majors and pharmaceutical giants to BFSI and telecom.