Microsoft and ForwardLane to Lead AI-Enabled Advancements in Asset Management


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ForwardLane announced that it is collaborating with Microsoft IP to boost global go-to-market activities with Microsoft sales teams. The partnership will provide ForwardLane access to Microsoft’s sales teams in financial services, technical resources, support, and a global customer base to use advanced AI software.

The software will also benefit asset managers and other financial services firms by simplifying their data landscapes to attain personalized insights and next-best actions.

Asset managers using AI-recommended actions will help significantly with product positioning and client engagement and drive financial advisor success.

This partnership and achieving Microsoft IP Co-sell Ready partner status will also accelerate the companies’ mission to bring intelligent personalization through AI to financial services firms.

Read More: Microsoft and ForwardLane Join Forces to Lead AI-Enabled Advancements in Asset Management

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