- Bigtincan (BTH) pens a deal with Asurion to deploy its sales enablement platform
- The contract carries an initial value of $2 million over 36 months
- Asurion will deploy the software to its channel partners across the US to deliver training aimed at better equipping partners to sell its products
- Bigtincan shares are down 3.38 per cent to $1.29 each at 12:02 pm AEST
Bigtincan (BTH) has penned a deal with Asurion to deploy the company’s sales enablement platform.
Asurion is a global tech care provider that offers insurance, installation, repair, replacement and 24/7 support for a wide range of technology, from mobile phones to household appliances.
The contract carries an initial value of $2 million over 36 months and will see Asurion deploy the Bigtincan Content Hub and Learning Hub.
Accordingly, the software will be used by Asurion’s channel partners across the US to deliver training, communications and mobile content to better equip partners to sell Asurion products.
In this way, Bigtincan’s solution is expected to be deployed to up to 50,000 Asurion distributor users over the course of the agreement.
Bigtincan CEO and Co-founder David Keane said the company was excited to support Asurion’s deployment across its partner network.
“It’s great to see Asurion choosing to use the Bigtincan platform to provide content and training to its distributors’ employees, enabling their customer facing teams to intelligently prepare for, measure and continually improve the buying experience,” he said.
“This is a further example of how Bigtincan is helping our customers create the buying experience of the future for their customers.”
Despite the announcement, Bigtincan shares were down 3.38 per cent to $1.29 each at 12:02 pm AEST.