CRMCulture is proud to announce its partnership with Salesforce.com, as a Silver Cloud Alliance Partner. Over the last seven years CRMCulture has built hundreds of CRM solutions from a diverse array of industries on Pivotal CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM systems. The addition of the Salesforce.com platform into the company’s repertoire will expand its highly scalable and integratable solutions and offerings, based on a solid foundation of CRM innovation.
“Salesforce.com is an excellent opportunity for CRMCulture to leverage its CRM expertise on a growing and exciting platform,” says Jason Robbie, VP of Sales and Marketing at CRMCulture. “Salesforce.com is the proven enterprise cloud leader, that continually delivers technology that helps businesses increase sales and improve customer satisfaction. We’re really excited about the technology, and how quickly we can scale CRM solutions for small and medium sized businesses”.
CRMCulture is known in the Aptean Pivotal CRM circles as an innovator and leader in CRM solutions with its successful product and services offerings. A three-time Pivotal Partner of the Year winner, CRMCulture has revolutionized the Pivotal platform with its Productivity Pack and Power Toolkit solutions.
“Success in this market requires specialization and a recognizable niche”, points out Robbie. “We are exceptionally adept at rescuing CRM implementations that have failed to launch. CRM implementation projects are particularly complex, and require equal parts of expertise and relationship to be successful. We offer a one hour assessment absolutely free, that can provide you with a CRM “health check” – essentially, is your CRM really working for you?”
Salesforce.com is an enterprise cloud computing company that provides business software on a subscription basis. The company is best known for its on-demand Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions. Salesforce was founded in 1999 and went public in June 2004. Salesforce has been a pioneer in developing enterprise platforms through its innovative AppExchange directory of on-demand applications, and its Force.com “Platform as a Service” (PaaS) API for extending Salesforce.