Tactile, the company on a mission to make the world a happier place to work, today announced that renowned technology industry veteran Subrah Iyar has been named Board Observer and Strategic Advisor to its Board of Directors. Iyar was the co-founder and CEO of WebEx and led the company to its $3.2 billion acquisition by Cisco Systems in 2007. Tactile also announced that Iyar has made an undisclosed investment in the company to help fuel its growth and product development. Iyar joins existing investors Accel Partners and Redpoint Ventures.
Earlier this year, Tactile launched the commercial version of its award-winning product Tact, a mobile productivity suite designed to help salespeople be more effective anywhere - regardless of wireless coverage - and to help companies get more value from their CRM investments.
Tactile's mobile-first approach to sales productivity is resulting in industry recognition, enterprise customer wins and the expansion of the Tact mobile sales productivity suite. Recent momentum includes:
Tact.ai is on a mission to make enterprise software more human-friendly. Tact.ai puts sellers first with human-friendly CRM solutions that are frictionless, connected, and prescriptive. Powered by our patented Edge AI platform, Fortune 500 sales organizations -- including Honeywell, Cisco, and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world -- use Tact to change sales behavior and digitally transform how sellers work with customers every day to achieve new levels of productivity and collaboration. Founded by Chuck Ganapathi, who has built three generations of CRM products, Tact.ai Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held company backed by Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Upfront Ventures, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures), Comcast Ventures, Honeywell Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and the Amazon Alexa Fund.