Salesforce.com is a leader in pay-as-you-go enterprise cloud computing. It specializes in CRM software products for sales and customer services - and produces products for building and running business apps. Salesforce has recently developed a social networking product called Chatter for its business apps.
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If you thought the new bromance between Benioff and Ellison was unbelievable before, just find out what he said at TechCrunch Disrupt on Tuesday.
Firm buys SAP, Oracle and software-as-a-service implementation firms to boost growth.
The CRM giant touts lots of friendly third-party deals, but it looks like Salesforce working harder on covering its bases inside and out.
UPDATED: The San Francisco-headquartered company acknowledged that it got a big revenue boost this quarter with thanks to its acquisition of ExactTarget.
The second half outlook will be the primary focus following Salesforce's second quarter results. A sales reorg, early traction from an Oracle partnership and the future of the company's market cloud are top issues.
Salesforce.com gives the mobile workforce (or at least those who want to join) another nudge with a Chatter Mobile update.
Salesforce.com is tuning into Chinese and Russian Internet sources — albeit in a less controversial fashion than the NSA.
Salesforce's net income has been hit by acquisition and other investments. Should customers care as Microsoft is urging them to? A look at Microsoft's rather flimsy case.
If you're looking for an indication of how hot the file sync and share market is, look no further than Dropbox's announcement yesterday that it has over 175 million registered users. But who leads this market? Results from a new Forrester Wave might surprise you.
Google and Salesforce.com are among those banding together in opposition to a new licensing rule over online news content.
The Ellison and Benioff show was a great example of how competition turns to co-opetition and then true love once there are enough enterprise dollars at stake.
In an eagerly awaited discussion (or match-up), Larry Ellison and Marc Benioff talked it out in front of media and analysts on Thursday.
UPDATED: Amid the numerous Hadoop announcements spilling out on Wednesday, there are some leadership changes too.
Oracle got everything it wanted including a marketing pitch via its cloud partnership with Salesforce. Meanwhile, Salesforce has some serious strategic items to worry about.
The people are rather surprised.