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actyv.ai and Grant Thornton dGTL enter strategic partnership to accelerate global expansion

(Left to right) Raghunath Subramanian, Founder and Global CEO, actyv.ai and Kalpana Balasubramanian, CEO and Chief Thinker, Grant Thornton dGTL.

actyv.ai and Grant Thornton dGTL, a next-gen digital transformation venture by Grant Thornton Bharat announced a partnership to help construct an ecosystem for consumer brands to better manage and streamline their distribution networks. The alliance aims to redefine how companies manage their distributor networks from beginning to end, bringing multifaceted benefits.

As part of the business partnership, Grant Thornton dGTL will collaborate with actyv.ai in scaling up its platform and aid global expansion by offering consultation, implementation, configuration and support.

The collaboration will serve as a medium to simplify and streamline how companies’ onboard distributors. Once onboarded, the distributors can choose to avail credit facilities with banking institutions that are already integrated with the platform. On the other hand, the platform identifies risk scores associated with distributors and empowers companies to understand their financial health better.

Founder and Global CEO of actyv.ai, Raghunath Subramanian said, “We are delighted to partner with Grand Thornton dGTL. I strongly believe that collective wisdom and a collaborative approach will define transformative interventions for delivering large-scale growth across B2B ecosystems. Grant Thornton dGTL’s experience in delivering sustainable business transformation, forward-looking, data-driven approach, and our robust technology will enable enterprises to streamline their supply chain and drive operational efficiencies. Along with dGTL, we will now accelerate our efforts in reaching out to large enterprises worldwide to empower them with our technology platform and embedded offerings. I trust this partnership to be a real game changer.”

On the partnership, CEO and Chief Thinker, Grant Thornton dGTL, Kalpana Balasubramanian said, “We are pleased to be working in partnership with actyv.ai, combining their dynamic service platform with our consulting expertise to help our clients redefine the way enterprises engage with business partners and shrink their operational cycles. Using the platform and dGTL’s Digital Transformation capabilities, clients can expect to achieve operational efficiency and improved productivity and be better positioned to drive sales. Our association with actyv.ai is the first step to building strategic capabilities and creating future-ready business models.”

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