Newly Released Online Customer Relationship Management Service Recognized with Perfect Score
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — May 22, 2001 — Salesforce.com, the worldwide market leader in online customer relationship management (CRM), today announced it received a five-star rating from PC Magazine for its newly released online CRM service which includes sales force automation, customer support management and marketing automation components. The review will appear in the June 12 issue of PC Magazine.
"Companies no longer have to tolerate risky, expensive, and difficult to use software that can take months or years to install," said John Dillon, president and CEO of salesforce.com. "We're pleased that we have been able to create a robust online CRM service that is recognized by an industry leader like PC Magazine."
Salesforce.com was the only service reviewed to receive a perfect rating. PC Magazine reviews provide unbiased, detailed technical analysis of a product's features, performance, ease of use, design and competitive positioning. This honor comes only two months after the release of salesforce.com's integrated CRM service.
As the first complete CRM service to be offered online, salesforce.com was created to help companies improve productivity, maximize efficiency, gain competitive advantage and enhance long-term relationships with their customers. Salesforce.com combines powerful online customer relationship management with a low total cost of ownership and rapid time to value.
Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way. For more information about Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), visit: www.salesforce.com.
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