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Salesforce.com


Salesforce.com offers on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, including salesforce.comSFA and salesforce.com Service & Support. The Appexchange on-demand platform from salesforce.com allows customers to extend and integrate the Salesforce.com family of products. Salesforce.com customers can also test, trial, "install" and share applications via the Appexchange, salesforce.com's on-demand application sharing service. Salesforce's suite of social business solutions is intended to support enterprises in their efforts to foster and encourage information sharing and innovation in real time. Key features include: social network applications (profiles, status updates, groups, document sharing, feeds, etc.), employee development, motivation and evaluation capabilities (social goals, coaching, badges, performance summaries, etc.), and product innovation (post, view, rate ideas). Salesforce.com manages customer information for approximately 16,900 customers and more than 308,000 paying subscribers. Founded in 1999, Salesforce.com has offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. It trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "CRM."

salesforce.com  com Salesforce.com offers on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, including salesforce.comSFA and salesforce.com Service & Support. The Appexchange on-demand platform from salesforce.com allows customers to extend and integrate the Salesforce.com family of products. Salesforce.com customers can also test, trial, install and share applications via the Appexchange, salesforce.com''s on-demand application sharing service. Salesforce''s suite of social business solutions is Read More

Salesforce.com Expands into SAP’s Turf


Salesforce.com dreams of becoming a $1 billion software company, in Germany. The vendor is forging partnerships, expanding its territory, and fostering innovation.

salesforce.com  World Tour Munich event, salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff said to the press corps: We have a dream of becoming a $1 billion software company right here (in Germany) ... We’re looking at making some local acquisitions to improve our position ... These could be core technologies as well as system integrators or next-gen cloud companies. The remarks coincide with news of a partnership with Deutsche Telekom ''s T-Systems IT services unit , under which T-Systems will be salesforce.com''s main reseller in Read More

Salesforce.com Launches Salesforce Wear


Wearable technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the “next big thing” in enterprise software. To that end, CRM software platform Salesforce.com recently launched Salesforce Wear, its initiative for wearable computing in the enterprise. With wearable IoT tools, companies can discover new ways to market, sell, service, and design products.

salesforce.com  management (CRM) software platform Salesforce.com recently launched Salesforce Wear , its initiative for wearable computing in the enterprise. The company has for some time been talking about its “Internet of Customer” approach (its concrete IoT deployment), whereby behind every device, transaction, etc. there is an actual customer.   The late 2013 delivery of the Salesforce1 “mobile first” platform with vaster application programming interface (API) interoperability was the first major step in Read More

SalesForce.com Enterprise Edition


Salesforce.com Enterprise Edition provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions that focus on sales force automation, marketing automation, customer service and support, and analytics. Its solutions feature on-demand architecture and a point-and-click customization tool. Saleforce.com products have won several awards, including InfoWorld Technology of the Year for CRM in 2004 and 2005, and PC Magazine Editors' Choice Award for Top CRM Solution Enterprise Edition in July 2004.  

salesforce.com  com Enterprise Edition Salesforce.com Enterprise Edition provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions that focus on sales force automation, marketing automation, customer service and support, and analytics. Its solutions feature on-demand architecture and a point-and-click customization tool. Saleforce.com products have won several awards, including InfoWorld Technology of the Year for CRM in 2004 and 2005, and PC Magazine Editors'' Choice Award for Top CRM Solution Enterprise Read More

Salesforce.com Launches AppExchange Store Builder


Salesforce.com recently announced AppExchange Store Builder to enable any company to create its own custom app marketplace. AppExchange Store Builder leverages technology used to create the renowned Salesforce AppExchange marketplace, replete with business apps that work tightly with salesforce.com's cloud solutions.

salesforce.com  Launches AppExchange Store Builder Salesforce.com recently announced AppExchange Store Builder to enable any company to create its own custom app marketplace. AppExchange Store Builder leverages technology used to create the renowned Salesforce AppExchange marketplace, replete with business apps that work tightly with salesforce.com''s cloud solutions.   Almost every product and service company nowadays is also a software company— more than 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies have built consumer app Read More

Dreamforce 2010: Of Cloud Proliferation - Part 1


Dreamforce, salesforce.com’s annual user conference, has over the past several years become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture for the enterprise applications market observers (surprisingly, Dreamforce 2011 will take place in late August, and let’s see how that new timing will feel). Namely, in these prolonged times of bad economic news and

salesforce.com  - Part 1 Dreamforce, salesforce.com ’s annual user conference, has over the past several years become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture for the enterprise applications market observers (surprisingly, Dreamforce 2011 will take place in late August, and let’s see how that new timing will feel). Namely, in these prolonged times of bad economic news and businesses recoiling across the board, one could always enjoy the unusually high attendance and upbeat and “never a dull Read More

Comparison of ERP and CRM Markets' Life cycle Snapshots


Today's enterprise applications are required as a matter of course to address more than the processes taking place within the walls of an enterprise. Almost all traditional ERP vendors (small and big alike) had to experience a wake-up call and have long been trying to expand their product offering in tune with the ever-changing trends and requirements of the new collaborative economy. The need for providing a full, comprehensive CRM suite rather than an individual solution or a bundle of point solutions for each distinct CRM area remains firm, and will urge further market consolidation.

salesforce.com  Startups To that end, Salesforce.com has espoused a sort of a disruptive innovation and has rattled the CRM establishment with its hosted CRM solutions and appealing price and implementation advantages. Ease of use, intuitive UIs, broad but not terribly deep functionality that is rapidly deployable, and its low price tag are the latest values that SMBs worship and that Salesforce.com has embraced. Thus is has even prospered during the IT downturn by reaching the $50 million (USD) revenue mark in less Read More

Philips and salesforce.com Team Up for Healthcare IT Cloud


Royal Philips and salesforce.com announced a strategic alliance in which they will work towards developing a new platform of cloud-based healthcare information technologies. The two parties plan to leverage Philips' expertise in medical technology, clinical applications, and clinical informatics, and salesforce.com's leadership in enterprise cloud computing and customer relationship management (CRM).

salesforce.com  and salesforce.com Team Up for Healthcare IT Cloud Royal Philips and salesforce.com announced a strategic alliance in which they will work towards developing a new platform of cloud-based healthcare information technologies. The two parties plan to leverage Philips'' expertise in medical technology, clinical applications, and clinical informatics, and salesforce.com''s leadership in enterprise cloud computing and customer relationship management (CRM).   The envisioned platform, based on the Read More

Cloud ERP Wars Intensifying in Full Force(.com)


The first of week of May marked a flurry of news by up-and-coming cloud enterprise applications vendors. During salesforce.com’s Cloudforce event in Chicago, Kenandy, Inc. announced release 2.0 of Kenandy Social ERP, the first cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system built entirely on Force.com, salesforce.com's social enterprise cloud computing platform. The new release adds

salesforce.com  enterprise applications vendors. During salesforce.com ’s Cloudforce event in Chicago, Kenandy, Inc. announced release 2.0 of Kenandy Social ERP , the first cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system built entirely on Force.com , salesforce.com''s social enterprise cloud computing platform. The new release adds financials and order management to Kenandy''s manufacturing management core, specifically for product companies. The first time I heard about Kenandy was at Dreamforce 2011 last summer, Read More

Selligy Takes Mobile CRM to New Levels


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salesforce.com  and Alchemist Accelerator and salesforce.com also participated).   Selligy''s activity-based mobile application uses the context of the mobile phone—including location, calendar, e-mail, and mobile data—to bypass time-consuming and manual processes found in most customer relationship management (CRM) systems (born in the 1990sand accessed via laptop, salespeople had computing power on the road for the first time). By making CRM much easier and faster for salespeople to use, about 800 sales teams Read More

Enhanced Social and Mobile Capabilities for Concurforce


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salesforce.com  Concurforce is built on salesforce.com ’s Force.com cloud platform with native social and mobile business apps, and leverages the T&E management services of the Concur T&E Cloud. The application delivers a simple and familiar experience for salesforce.com users, saving them time and improving productivity. Concurforce allows users to perform the following activities: Business travelers can access itineraries from the TripIt mobile trip organizer, to create and submit accurate, in-policy expense Read More

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salesforce.com  of Dreamforce 2010 , salesforce.com ’s annual user conference, which has over the past several years become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture for enterprise applications market observers. My post concluded that while Dreamforce 2009 was mostly about continued growth of the  cloud computing  trailblazer and unveiling of Salesforce Chatter , the company’s nascent social platform and collaboration cloud (as duly  covered by my blog series) , the overall Dreamforce 2010 Read More

Talking to an Unrelenting Cloud Enthusiast - Part 1


During my several years of attending events organized by the cloud computing evangelist salesforce.com, such as Dreamforce and Cloudforce, Xactly Corporation has always had a prominent stand at the expo floor (another fixture at these events has been BigMachines, and not surprisingly the two vendors are close partners). In a nutshell, Xactly’s on-demand software lets sales professionals know, well

salesforce.com  the cloud computing evangelist salesforce.com , such as Dreamforce and Cloudforce , Xactly Corporation has always had a prominent stand at the expo floor ( another fixture at these events has been BigMachines , and not surprisingly the two vendors are close partners ). In a nutshell, Xactly’s on-demand software lets sales professionals know, well, exactly what they are getting out of their sales wins. The company''s flagship software, Xactly Incent , helps sales representatives and other sales Read More

Progress-ing Towards ERP On-Demand


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Is Kenandy Turning into a Manufacturing Workday?


In anticipation of the upcoming Dreamforce 2013 mega conference by salesforce.com, we recently had an intro briefing with Kenandy’s top brass. The new company’s chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) is Sandra “Sandy” Kurtzig, an enterprise software industry pioneer who founded former ASK Computer Systems with the veteran enterprise resource planning (ERP) product ManMan in 1972, and helped

salesforce.com  2013 mega conference by salesforce.com , we recently had an intro briefing with Kenandy ’s top brass. The new company’s chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) is Sandra “Sandy” Kurtzig, an enterprise software industry pioneer who founded former ASK Computer Systems with the veteran enterprise resource planning (ERP) product ManMan in 1972, and helped grow the company into one of the ten largest software companies in the world at the time (ASK was acquired in 1994 by Computer Associates , now Read More