Salesforce.com Rolls Out New CRM Platform

Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM  ) has a fresh product for sale. The company today released its latest customer relationship management suite, Salesforce1. By its description, it is "a new social, mobile and cloud customer platform built to transform sales, service and marketing apps." It allows users to access the company's offerings from a wide variety of devices, and similarly to connect with their customers. 

Salesforce.com said that existing clients are being automatically upgraded to the new platform. In the press release announcing the news, the company specified Automatic Data Processing and Brown-Forman as two of those clients.

Salesforce.com offers a Salesforce1 mobile app in two versions, one standard and another for administrators.

The announcement comes a day after the company released its fiscal Q3 2014 results. For the period, revenues rose steeply to nearly $1.08 billion, from the year-ago quarter's $788 million. Non-GAAP net income grew to $57.6 million ($0.09 per diluted share) from Q3 2013's $49.6 million ($0.08). 


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  • Report this Comment On November 19, 2013, at 8:48 PM, dj235 wrote:

    Push out API and open source technologies and call it salesforce 1.

    Then try and sell @ $25 per user per month.

    Mobile yes, pay $25 per user per month to develop on open source framework? No thanks.

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