Former lead for SAP CRM solution at Accenture to create an integration ecosystem at salesforce.com
SAN FRANCISCO — February 27, 2006 — Salesforce.com [NYSE: CRM], the technology and market leader in on-demand customer relationship management (CRM), today announced the appointment of Cindy Warner as senior vice president, Global Integration Services. Warner will be responsible for leading and creating a salesforce.com ecosystem that provides seamless integration with point solution providers and enterprise solution providers. Warner will report to John Freeland, President of Worldwide Operations.
Warner joins salesforce.com with over 23 years of direct line management experience with Fortune 500 companies as well as executive management experience in both project and strategic planning roles. Most recently, as a Partner and the Global SAP CRM Solution Director at Accenture, Warner identified processes and technology that drove development of efficient and effective customer operations for Fortune 500 organizations and championed SAP CRM initiatives that generated a new revenue stream in excess of $350 million annually. Warner's consulting client portfolio included Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, PepsiCo, Diageo, Conair, Hewlett Packard, SBC, Mitsubishi Motors of America, Visteon and Warner Music. Prior to Accenture, Warner managed similar responsibilities as a Vice President and Global SAP CRM Solution Director at Capgemini, LLP. In addition to management consulting experience, Warner previously held executive positions at Gillette and FedEx.
"Our customers need the capability to seamlessly integrate world-class CRM with legacy ERP applications. Cindy Warner's expertise in global software integration will help us create a superior integration ecosystem," said John Freeland, President of Worldwide Operations, salesforce.com. "Warner is a respected expert in the CRM space and brings an unparalleled level of CRM expertise across many industries. We are very pleased to have her onboard."
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