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eXalt Debuts Knowledge Work as a Service

August 25, 2016 - News

PRESS RELEASE — Boston, Mass., August 25, 2016 – eXalt Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based digital transformation services for B2B enterprises, today announced the commercial availability of their Knowledge Work-as-a Service (KWaaS) platform. The company is coming out of a controlled release of KWaaS with several long standing customers including Intel and holds many patents in this space. In our accelerated digital economy, time and transaction volume are being compressed at unprecedented rates. Companies can scale their output to be many times their peers by leveraging KWaaS. eXalt’s KWaaS platform bridges the many internal knowledge gaps that stall the B2B sales process, making processes digital end-to-end without human touch, and providing a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

“If your company has not already been hit hard by digital transformation then the time to act is now as many companies may not make it through this market shift," said Leslie Swanson, President and Chief Executive Officer, eXalt Solutions.

"Traditional B2B enterprises will not be able to keep up with competitors, large and small, who have digitally transformed even portions of their business with Knowledge Work Automation.  This is especially true for companies who grow their business by increasing headcount or who decrease costs with outsourcing/offshoring. First movers are successfully moving web sales and operations to KWaaS and followers may find themselves obsolete.  Taking no action is the most dangerous choice of all as change continues to accelerate at an unprecedented pace."

A recent report* by McKinsey & Company estimates that by 2025 the automation of knowledge work will have an economic impact of between $5-7 trillion, and will impact 230+ million knowledge workers globally.  eXalt has found that as much as 50-70% of work in the B2B sales process alone is rules-based and repetitive.

“Digital labor is rapidly becoming indispensable to companies wanting to stay competitive in the marketplace,” said Stephen Hendrick, Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group. “It enables companies to scale more rapidly and to produce more with their existing employee base. eXalt's Knowledge Work-as-a Service (KWaaS) platform is wildly unique, as it takes digital transformation throughout the entire organization."

Knowledge Work Automation Better Together Philosophy
eXalt’s philosophy is 'Better Together' where human and digital labor produce more at a higher level of quality as a team – giving their customers unlimited scale. eXalt is the only company to weave an end-to-end fabric of Digital Threads from Sales through Delivery where Digital Labor takes over the rules-based repetitive tasks, bringing companies closer to customers, freeing up their best people to do high value work, and enabling significant cost savings overall. In the past automation was seen as a ‘tool’ used by human labor but now Digital Labor is an important co-worker and a necessity for every team in the future.

KWaaS Platform Removes the Roadblocks to B2B Digital Transformation
Digital transformation can be a daunting task for companies who are often siloed, who lack expertise or resources, or who mistakenly think ...

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