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About Sales Software was founded in 1999 by former Oracle executive Marc Benioff, who pioneered the concept of delivering enterprise applications via a simple Web site.

Since its founding, has achieved remarkable recognition with customers, partners, investors and the media. The company attributes their success to products that are easy to learn and use, can be up and running in weeks or days, fast ROI, and customer dedication.’s provides an array of CRM and business application services, which enable customers and subscribers to systematically record, store, and act upon business data; and to help businesses manage customer accounts, track sales leads, evaluate marketing campaigns, and provide postsales services. As you would expect from a company named after the sales organization,’s software includes powerful SFA features. Sales Force Automation Software

The company’s flagship sales force automation (SFA) application gives businesses the upper hand with their sales data. Comprehensive and easy to customize, Salesforce empowers companies to manage people and processes more effectively, so representatives can close more deals. With sales software, your sales team spends more time selling and less time on administration. You’ll enjoy:

  • Point-and-click customization for SFA that fits the way you sell
  • Real-time analytics that empower your business to make better decisions
  • Instant global deployment for offline and online use
  • Award-winning ease of use that results in widespread adoption’s software services are available through enterprise edition, professional edition, and team editions. also provides consulting and implementation services, and training.

The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California. More than 501,000 subscribers at 24,800 companies worldwide depend on Salesforce to manage their customer relationships.’s software is used by companies of all sizes, in all industries, around the globe including: ADP, Corporate Express, Daiwa Securities, Expedia Corporate Travel, Dow Jones Newswires, and Nokia.