Companies can now build and run any Web site or Web application in real-time on the Force.com cloud platform
Force.com Sites creates smarter sites and Web applications by inheriting Force.com capabilities including analytics, workflow and approvals, programmable logic, and more
The Force.com cloud platform sets the enterprise standard for development and deployment in the cloud with no hardware and no software
SAN FRANCISCO - June 15, 2009 - Salesforce.com [NYSE: CRM], the enterprise cloud computing company, today announced the availability of Force.com Sites, a revolutionary new capability that expands the world's leading cloud platform to deliver real-time Web sites and Web applications. With the addition of Force.com Sites, companies can now use Force.com to build and run applications for their internal business processes as well as public-facing Web sites - entirely on salesforce.com's real-time cloud computing platform.
The availability of Force.com Sites dramatically expands Force.com's role in enterprise cloud computing by providing companies the fastest way to build and run Web sites and applications in real-time without requiring any software or hardware infrastructure.
Force.com Sites - Run Your Web Site on Salesforce.com's Cloud
Web sites built with Force.com Sites benefit from the proven security, reliability and scalability of salesforce.com's real-time platform. Building your Web site using Force.com Sites requires only a few steps to get up and running:
Results from the Force.com Sites Customer Preview Program:
Force.com - Salesforce.com's Enterprise Cloud Computing Platform:
Force.com Sites Add-on Pricing
Force.com Sites is now included with all Force.com Editions:
Additional monthly page views are available for $1,000/month for up to 1,000,000 additional monthly page views (regardless of Edition).
Comments on the News:
"Force.com Sites dramatically expands Force.com's leadership in cloud computing for the enterprise. With Force.com Sites, customers can now run any Web site in our cloud. We expect the community to unleash entirely new kinds of applications and innovations that realize our vision of 'The End of Software,'" said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, salesforce.com.
"We were up and running in a matter of days and now, three months later, a third of our Group Trips are booked online," said Tim Wierzbicki, Manager, NJ TRANSIT.
NJ TRANSIT's Group Trip Request site: http://njtransit.force.com/grouptrips
"We built and manage our Web site on Force.com Sites - at a fraction of the cost," said Shirley Gaynor, Associate Director, Future Leaders.
Future Leaders recruiting site: http://www.future-leaders.org.uk/
"With Force.com Sites, we'll be able to extend Dell IdeaStorm to social networking sites like Facebook, so we can reach entirely new communities," said Vida Killian, Manager, Dell IdeaStorm.
Dell IdeaStorm: http://www.ideastorm.com/
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