EdCast Acquires Sales Training App WAGmob

It is a Microsoft Venture’s alumni who has their India operations out of Indore.

WAGmob, a sales training app has been acquired by EdCast. The amount of the deal has not been disclosed.

It is a Microsoft Venture’s alumni who has their India operations out of Indore. WAGmob is used by over 100,000 sales people and fortune 500 companies.

Kalpit Jain, Co-founder & CEO of Sales-University, said, “EdCast is leading the new category of Knowledge Network for enterprises across industry verticals and job functions.  We are thrilled to be part of this fast growing market leader in an exciting space that can help the digital transformation of enterprises worldwide. Microsoft Ventures have been an invaluable partner in scaling our growth through its Azure’s clod and partner ecosystem. We scaled flawlessly and delivered training to hundreds of thousands of sellers via the Azure cloud.”

Creator of the app, Sales-University, based in Seattle was founded in 2011 by former Microsoft engineers and funded by prominent angel investors and grew out of Microsoft Venture’s in 2015.

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