Oracle Cloud Marketplace customers can now use Whatfix, to provide real-time in-app guidance on Oracle Cloud applications. With Whatfix, companies that use Oracle Sales Cloud can easily streamline their onboarding, cut costs on their training and enhance their self-service capabilities, with interactive guides.
Sunnyvale, California (May 2016) Whatfix, a SaaS-based Enterprise Software that helps companies with onboarding, customer success, training and documentation via real-time interactive guides, today announced their solution is now available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Whatfix is a solution offered by Quicko Technosoft Labs, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).
The Oracle Cloud Marketplace is one of the most comprehensive cloud technology ecosystems, where partners publish applications that addresses the business needs of the users of Oracle Cloud Applications. Oracle Cloud delivers the industry’s widest suite of Enterprise level cloud services, that includes Data-as-a-service (DaaS), Software-as-a-service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
Whatfix can now leverage the Oracle Cloud Marketplace to reach Oracle’s customer base and help them streamline onboarding and training with live interactive guides. The users of Whatfix on Oracle Sales Cloud can also utilize some of the most innovative aspects of Whatfix, namely the Self-help widget and Onboarding Task List. The Self-help widget is a collection of preloaded interactive walkthroughs on Oracle Sales Cloud, which gives users real-time, step-by-step instructions, to easily learn and complete their tasks successfully. The Onboarding Task List is a widget that can be configured to contain flows that are needed to onboard new users onto a platform.
“Being a part of the Oracle Cloud Marketplace is a great step for us. We are looking to leverage this opportunity to reach out to the Oracle Sales Cloud community, and popularize Whatfix as an interactive solution for onboarding, training and support,” said Vara Kumar, Whatfix, Cofounder & CTO. “With Whatfix’s diverse use cases utilizing Oracle Sales Cloud, we are hoping to extend our applications visibility and use in the marketplace.”
Whatfix is an award-winning startup founded by Khadim Batti and Vara Kumar in 2013. The idea for Whatfix culminated from their earlier venture, SearchEnabler, where the duo tried to solve handholding problems of their customers. Whatfix’s Enterprise model aims at helping businesses with its patentpending technology which eases customer onboarding, provides contextual customer support and simplifies training & documentation.
Whatfix is a fast growing company used by companies across verticals and sectors. Some of the companies that trust Whatfix are – Flipkart, BMC, Avnet, Schneider Electric, Booking, ICICI Bank, Comviva to name a few.
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