Grammarly’s Writing Tool Tailored for Assistant Software Businesses Scored Above Average in Every Category
Grammarly Business, the AI-powered writing assistant for businesses, achieved Leader status in the category of AI Writing Assistant Software in G2.com, Inc.’s Winter 2020 Grid Report. G2, the world’s leading business solutions review website, awarded Grammarly Business its Leader status based on the responses and reviews of real users, revealing the writing tool’s high scores in customer support, business utility, and ease of use.
High-quality writing is more than just mechanics. Grammarly Business goes beyond spelling and grammar, providing real-time suggestions to improve readability, word choice, writing style, and tone. Grammarly Business integrates seamlessly across platforms such as Zendesk, Salesforce, and WordPress, making it easy to use for a wide variety of departments and teams.
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“Grammarly Business is our integrated business solution that helps teams across the globe communicate confidently and effectively,” said Dorian Stone, Grammarly Business General Manager. “With increases in distributed workforces, digital collaboration, and increased pressure on businesses to adjust to a flexible workforce, we built Grammarly Business to make internal and external communications succeed at scale. We’re excited to receive this recognition from G2’s latest grid report as a testament to user satisfaction and business value.”
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Grammarly Business ranked consistently high across multiple dimensions of user reviews.
“Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real users,” said Michael Fauscette, chief research officer, G2. “We are thrilled to share the achievements of the products ranked on our site because they represent the voice of the user and offer valuable insights to potential buyers everywhere.”