SAN FRANCISCO, CA — June 3, 2002 — Salesforce.com, the market leader in online customer relationship management (CRM), announced today that Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff will give a management presentation at the seventh annual Enterprise Outlook conference, taking place in Burlingame, CA, June 4-5, 2002. This year's event presents a carefully selected group of promising private companies in the rapidly changing market for enterprise software and services.
Benioff will deliver a company presentation on Tuesday, June 4, 2002 at 11:55 a.m. and again at 12:45 pm in the Santa Barbara Room at the San Francisco Airport Marriott in Burlingame. The presentation will focus on salesforce.com's unique Web Services-based model for delivering enterprise-class CRM solutions and the company's successes in its market segment. Benioff will also discuss market opportunity moving forward, financial history and goals, an overview of the technology and salesforce.com's product strategy in the coming year.
"Enterprise Outlook has long been the forum for an influential audience to network with each other and communicate their goals and visions for the technology industry," said Benioff. "We're excited to share with this highly select audience the pattern of success that salesforce.com has demonstrated and our vision for a innovative and lucrative future."
Organized by Technologic Partners, Enterprise Outlook (www.enterpriseoutlook.com) is the premier conference focusing on emerging, privately held companies involved in the growing markets of collaboration, business process integration, supply-chain software, and other business critical functions. Enterprise Outlook illuminates the key issues facing these companies as they are jostling for a position in each sector. The conference offers investors and executives a close-up look at as many as 100 companies, as detailed by their CEOs in two days of management presentations. The agenda also entails keynote speeches by leading industry executives, product demonstrations, and ample opportunities for networking between investors and top management.
Salesforce.com currently has over 4,600 customers for its online CRM solution, including global leaders such as le Meridien, Autodesk, and Daiwa Securities SMBC Europe. Salesforce.com delivers its CRM solution as an online information utility via a Web Services infrastructure. In the past year, salesforce.com has added more CRM customers than Siebel, PeopleSoft, Oracle and SAP combined.
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