PwC Malta formally launches its Salesforce practice in Malta

David Valenzia, Territory Senior Partner (right) with Sinan Erkiner, Regional Vice President MMEA region at Salesforce

Last Updated on Thursday, 3 November, 2022 at 9:27 pm by The Malta Business Weekly

PwC Malta is delighted to announce the launch of its Salesforce practice in Malta.

During the past few months there has been a considerable investment made in technical resources and the recruitment of key experienced talent. In addition, the local team has been integrated into PwC’s global Salesforce practice and has the ability to deploy particular expertise and industry knowledge as and when the need arises.

David Valenzia, Territory Senior Partner at PwC Malta stated, “Our Salesforce solutions team will enhance and complement our existing consulting capabilities and help us better meet our clients’ needs. This is in line with our global strategy, The New Equation, which is to solve clients’ most important problems by delivering solutions which are human led and tech powered.”

Demand for digital transformation has increased rapidly over the past years and will continue to be a key strategic area of focus for many clients and public entities going forward. Alongside its plug-and-play technology solutions built on Salesforce, PwC Malta believes that its broadened capabilities will further enhance what it can bring to clients and help them leverage their most valued asset – their customers.

Michel Ganado, Advisory Partner at PwC Malta assured that, “The firm’s business transformation capabilities and the new team’s strong expertise, will enable us to deliver a business leading ‘strategy through execution’ approach as the firm helps clients innovate and digitally transform their business.”

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