Salesforce has its sights set on passing SAP as the largest enterprise applications company in the world, with momentum that is underscored by strong growth in the company’s latest quarter, CEO Marc Benioff said Thursday.
Speaking during the company’s quarterly call with analysts, Benioff described Salesforce’s first quarter of its fiscal 2022, ended April 30, as the best first quarter in company history. Revenue climbed 23 percent during the quarter, year over year, to reach $5.96 billion.
At solution provider Anexinet, clients have adopted Salesforce’s Customer 360 data management platform to add personalized experiences for end customers, Steve Tranchida, vice president of digital solutions at Blue Bell, Pa.-based Anexinet, told CRN.
The Salesforce channel partner has even developed its own accelerator program to help clients quickly build a strategy around Customer 360 with Salesforce’s clouds for marketing, commerce, experience and service, Tranchida said.
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