Salesforce
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What is Salesforce doing?

We bring companies closer to their customers.

Deliver the personalized experiences your customers expect with Salesforce Customer 360, our integrated CRM platform. Get powerful, connected tools to improve your marketing, sales, e-commerce, customer service, IT, and more.

What is Salesforce for?

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Attract more buyers with personalized marketing.

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Get more customers by learning about their needs and interests.

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Provide the shopping experience your customers expect.

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Respond faster to your customers' queries and build trust with them.

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Automate administrative tasks by creating the custom applications you need.

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More than 150,000 companies, of all sizes, are building their business with Salesforce.

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What values does Salesforce stand for?

Our founding values guide every decision we make and help us drive change.

Since our beginnings in a small San Francisco flat in 1999, we've believed that for a company to succeed means making a positive impact on the world around it. That's why we've dedicated some of our time, capital and products to improving education, equality and the environment for all.

Salesforce our Values: Trust, Customer Success, Innovation, Equality

What do we bring to others?

Our technology is helping to create new jobs, new communities and new life opportunities.

By becoming a Salesforce customer, you're not just acquiring a CRM platform; more importantly, you're joining a community of more than 10 million innovators, disruptors, and federators that we call Trailblazers. With Trailhead's free online training, they gain the skills they need to improve their businesses and careers.

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