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Seeking a Microsoft Sales Copilot Alternative? Meet Mavlon!

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If you a Head of CRM or CRO or anyone responsible for optimising sales operations in your enterprise org , we can understand the FOMO (fear of missing out) and pressure to come up with some magic AI solution. Every enterprise and big companies are trying to navigate the new world of AI and introduce a sales copilot to enhance the productivity of sales agents. But are they really doing that? Most people get intimidated when they hear all these technical terms. They feel overwhelmed with all the jargon thrown at them.

What is Sales Copilot?

From Microsoft to Salesforce, everyone is trying to consolidate their position in this new AI world. But how can AI really make the life of a sales rep better? Does this really help in 10x the productivity of sales agents or is it just a gimmick to encash the growing hype and ride on the bubble.

Microsoft sales copilot is one example where it actually solves lots of real use cases of customers and makes  efforts in enhancing the productivity of sales agents. But is it still far behind what we expect it to do. One greater drawback of Microsoft sales copilot is that it focuses a lot on Microsoft Dynamics 365 . Though it is available for salesforce also but still it favours a lot if you are Dynamics 365 user.

Mavlon - The Alternative of Microsoft Sales Copilot

Mavlon places itself as a great alternative to Microsoft sales copilot, offering greater flexibility and features tailored for Salesforce users. Seamlessly integrating with Salesforce, Mavlon goes beyond basic functionalities to address niche user cases and provide numerous benefits.

Lets dive into an interesting conversation

Let's delve deeper into why Mavlon stands out as the superior alternative to Microsoft Sales Copilot through a conversation between enterprise sales leader John and a Mavlon consultant.

John: Good morning. Our sales team relies heavily on Salesforce for managing leads, opportunities, and customer accounts, while Outlook is our primary platform for email communication with clients.

Mavlon: I see. From what you've mentioned, it sounds like ensuring seamless integration between these two platforms could be crucial for your team's efficiency. Have you encountered any specific challenges or pain points with the current Salesforce-Outlook setup?

John: Absolutely. One major pain point is the disconnect between our email communications in Outlook and the corresponding opportunities or cases in Salesforce. It's often difficult for our team to manually link emails to the appropriate records, leading to missed follow-ups and lost opportunities.

Mavlon: That sounds like a significant hurdle. In addition to linking emails to relevant records, how valuable do you think it would be for your team to have the ability to propose email responses, log follow-up tasks, and schedule meetings directly from within Outlook, all while considering the context of the email conversation?

John: That would be incredibly valuable. Having a tool that can automate these processes while intelligently analyzing the email context would not only save time but also ensure consistent and timely follow-ups with our clients.

Mavlon: Absolutely. And beyond that, imagine if the tool could also update lead, contact and account details in Salesforce based on the information contained within the email. How do you think such capabilities could impact your team's productivity and data accuracy?

John: That would be a game-changer. Currently, updating contact and account details often gets overlooked, leading to outdated or inaccurate information in Salesforce. Having an AI-powered tool that can automatically update these details based on email content would ensure that our data is always up-to-date and reflective of our interactions with clients.

Mavlon: It's clear that streamlining these processes and enhancing data accuracy are top priorities for your team. Our AI-powered tool offers all these capabilities and more.

It seamlessly integrates Salesforce with Outlook, intelligently linking emails to relevant records, proposing email responses, logging tasks and meetings, and updating lead, contact and account details—all while considering the context of the email conversation.

John: How does Mavlon differ from Microsoft Sales Copilot?

Mavlon:  Great question, John. While both Mavlon and Microsoft Sales Copilot aim to enhance sales productivity, there are key differences that set Mavlon apart.

  • Platform Compatibility: Mavlon offers seamless integration with Salesforce, catering to Salesforce users' specific needs. On the other hand, Microsoft Sales Copilot is more aligned with Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM, making it a better fit for Dynamics 365 users.

  • Flexibility and Features: Mavlon provides greater flexibility and a wider range of features compared to Microsoft Sales Copilot. From intelligent email linking and response suggestions to automated task logging and data updating, Mavlon offers a comprehensive solution tailored to Salesforce users' requirements.

  • Niche User Cases: Mavlon goes beyond basic functionalities to address niche user cases within Salesforce environments, offering specialised solutions and benefits that cater to specific business needs and workflows.

John: It sounds like exactly what we need. I can see it revolutionising how we manage our customer interactions and ensuring that nothing falls through the cracks.


This conversation illustrates how AI-powered integration can transform sales workflows by connecting Salesforce and Outlook seamlessly, boosting productivity and data accuracy. By embracing AI sales teams can unlock new efficiencies and drive success in today's competitive market.

No More FOMO

If you are looking for Microsoft Sales Copilot alternative then its time to halt your search.

Reach out to learn more about how AI-powered integration with Mavlon can benefit your team. Let's embark on this transformative journey together.

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