Did you know that Salesforce.com is bringing their Salesforce Essentials event to Calgary in April 2013? Salesforce Essentials Calgary will take place on Wednesday April 3, 2013 at the Telus Convention Centre and will focus on the theme of ‘connect with your customers in a whole new way’. This half day event will include: a keynote address with Salesforce.com experts and guest speakers, live product demos and real life use cases, a cloud expo featuring cloud partners, lunch and networking opportunities, and optional breakout sessions in the afternoon.
What’s new at Salesforce.com? According to a recent blog post by Bloomberg.com, February 26th is the day that Salesforce.com is going to formally announce their new company focus/tagline: “customer companies”. This new company tagline will replace the current “social enterprise” tagline (as Salesforce.com was unable to secure a trademark for that term). On Tuesday February 26th, Salesforce.com is hosting a special announcement event called “Live From New York: Marc Benioff Unveils Customer Company Transformations” in New York City so that Salesforce partners and customers can learn more about the new “customer companies” tagline.
It doesn’t look or feel like spring yet but the Salesforce CRM Spring ’13 release is right around the corner. Here are the latest features that will benefit small and medium businesses (SMB):
Did you know that Salesforce CRM is the top CRM application on the market?. Businesses around the world are using Salesforce CRM, from small and medium sized businesses to large corporations. Here is our top 5 list of reasons why your business should use Salesforce CRM:
As more small and medium sized businesses migrate to the cloud, the Force.com platform is becoming a trusted alternative to legacy application platforms. Force.com is the preferred choice for database driven, browser-based applications that are also social and mobile. Force.com™ applications can also take advantage of the the Salesforce AppExchange, a pool of over 1500 business apps in all categories to address specific functionality where an add-on makes more sense than custom development.