Case Study: Salesforce

Case Study: Salesforce

Salesforce Delivers Value Faster with a Modern System of Agreement With a record of continuous high growth, here’s a closer look at how the CRM company drives speed and efficiency using a modern system of agreement.

With well over $10 billion in revenue, serving more than 150,000 customers, and plans to grow 100% in the next few years alone, Salesforce needs no introduction.

Since they began the cloud software movement in 1999, Salesforce has revolutionised CRM software with cloud technology. Today, Salesforce helps its customers use the cloud to improve the way they interact with their customers across sales, service, marketing, and more.

Key to the company’s continued success is its “trailblazer” ethos: Just as its co-founder/CEO Marc Benioff sparked a cloud revolution by challenging the status-quo, Salesforce encourages employees to innovate, whether they’re a top executive or entry-level employee.

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