August 12, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 12 -- Salesforce.com, the world's #1 CRM platform, today announced Salesforce Performance Edition, a new Salesforce Edition that will combine the world's #1 CRM apps and platform—Sales Cloud, Service Cloud and Salesforce Platform—together with clean, targeted lead and customer data from Data.com, coaching and feedback tools from Work.com, trusted identity services from Salesforce Identity and more. Performance Edition will bring together the innovations companies need to drive amazing growth, achieve new levels of customer satisfaction and maximize sales and service success in today's social and mobile world.
With the rapid adoption of mobile devices, social networks and cloud computing, customer expectations have changed. During this time, salesforce.com has expanded its portfolio of #1 CRM apps and platform solutions—Sales Cloud, Service Cloud and Salesforce Platform—and introduced new offerings, including Work.com, Data.com and Salesforce Identity. With Performance Edition, salesforce.com is bringing together everything leading companies need to maximize performance across sales and service.
Salesforce.com's most successful customers, including Facebook, Kelly Services, Schumacher Group and Varsity Brands have combined salesforce.com capabilities over time to transform into high performance customer companies.
About Performance Edition
Based on the feedback and best practices of salesforce.com's most successful customers, Performance Edition will deliver the combination of capabilities that companies need to maximize performance and become customer companies. Performance Edition will be salesforce.com's most comprehensive solution for sales and service, combining Sales Cloud, Service Cloud and Salesforce Platform with all of the additional capabilities in Unlimited Edition, as well as:
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