February 3rd, 2021 – Rollio.ai, the world’s first and only voice-enabled intelligent, human-to-CRM interface for sales and customer service teams, announced today that Rob Miller, one of the world’s foremost experts on eCommerce, CRM & Digital Transformation, has extended his stay on its Advisory Board.
Miller is currently the Customer Growth Officer for Smith, a leading commerce agency that supports more than $38 Billion annually in digital commerce for its clients.
“Rob Miller is considered by industry leaders to be one of the very top strategists for architecting game-changing commerce and digital business transformations,” said Jake Soffer, CEO & Founder, Rollio.ai. “Rob has been instrumental to providing critical use case insights, market fit and architecture advice, and helping our clients to envision and enact value with Rollio. We couldn’t be more proud and grateful to have his expertise and incredible character advising and supporting the entire team at Rollio.”
As a lifelong practitioner, the battle for reliable and robust data has remained elusive and problematic despite the incredible technological advances in the CRM space,” said Rob Miller. “Rollio.ai has uniquely unlocked the solution to the core issue of enabling and automating busy sales getters to easily and accurately get data into their CRM and act like a personal assistant to keep their deal data on track. When something this transformative comes along, it’s a privilege to be a part of its journey, and to help companies succeed when they select and utilize Rollio.”
Rollio.ai was founded on the belief that CRM systems and high performing companies require abundant, 350% more accurate data, and that it should be as easy speaking to a person for sales and service professionals to create and maintain accurate CRM data. Based in New York City, Rollio.ai uses natural language processing and RPA to create a competitive advantage for its customers in the form of robust, accurate data and insights that help their clients set and hit targets consistently, reducing 60-80% of time users spend manually updating Salesforce daily.