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Mirum acquires KFC, Mother Dairy, Panasonic, NPCI, Yamaha Motors for Marketing Cloud

06-April-2017
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Mirum acquires KFC, Mother Dairy, Panasonic, NPCI, Yamaha Motors for Marketing Cloud

With brands now embracing Marketing Cloud, a Salesforce product, for social media monitoring, response management, and real-time marketing automation, Mirum, a Salesforce Solutions Partner, has recently acquired plethora of clients for Marketing Cloud like KFC, Mother Dairy, Panasonic, NPCI, Yamaha Motors, etc.Mirum is a Salesforce Marketing Cloud partner with a pan-India footprint.Marketing Cloud allows personalized consumer communication at scale across multiple digital touch points.

HareeshTibrewala, Jt. CEO, Mirum India, adds, “Marketing Cloud as a product has matured over the last few years. Brands have seen a huge value in using Salesforce Marketing Cloud for all their communication needs. This solution allows brands to engage with consumers across multiple digital platforms and build 1:1 consumer journeys for customized personal communication.”

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