New public podcast channel keeps salesforce.com community connected by providing free access to a wide range of industry, product and platform-focused digital audio content via the iTunes Music Store
SAN FRANCISCO — April 4, 2006 — Salesforce.com [NYSE: CRM], the technology and market leader in on-demand customer relationship management (CRM), today announced the availability of a set of Best Practices for AppExchange podcasts at the new Salesforce.com on iTunes. These sessions provide customers and partners with useful insight from product experts, peers and industry leaders, to successfully apply the value of AppExchange across their business. The Best Practices for AppExchange podcasts feature:
"With Salesforce.com on iTunes, partners and customers are able to connect with industry and product experts and hear directly from peers working on similar business initiatives," said Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, salesforce.com. "We are continuously thinking of new ways to keep our community active and engaged, and to empower them to be successful. By making these podcasts available, they now have yet another tool to tap into the extensive knowledge and insight of the entire salesforce.com community."
To access Salesforce.com on iTunes please visit www.salesforce.com/itunes. Salesforce.com on iTunes is a companion resource to other Salesforce.com community initiatives, for further information and to visit Salesforce.com's own best practice website go to www.successforce.com
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