Salesforce.com Chairman and CEO to Speak at Ninth Annual Nikkei Global Management Forum in Tokyo
Tokyo – October 26, 2007
Marc Benioff to take the stage with CEOs of the world’s leading companies at Japan’s most
prestigious business conference
– Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the
market and technology leader in on-demand business services, today announced that Marc Benioff,
chairman and CEO of salesforce.com, will present at the Nikkei Global Management Forum (NGMF) on
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at 3:40 p.m. (JST), at the Tokyo Prince Park Tower Hotel. More than
500 senior executives are expected to attend what is the most highly rated business conference in
Benioff will be speaking alongside the CEOs of the world’s leading companies including Paul
Otellini, President and CEO, Intel Corp; Glenn Tilton, CEO UAL Corp. and United Airlines; Jeffery
Kindler, Chairman and CEO, Pfizer, Inc.; Tsuneji Uchida, President and COO, Canon Inc.; Olli-Pekka
Kallasvuo, President and CEO, Nokia Corp.; Shigetaka Komori, President and CEO FUJIFILM Holdings
Corp.; Shoei Utsuda, President and CEO Mitsui Co, Ltd.; Gerard Kleisterlee, President and CEO,
Royal Philips Electronics; and Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase and Co., among others.
The theme of the NGMF 2007 is “Corporate Management Challenges New Targets.” In
addition to presenting how Software-as-a-Service enables innovation and business success for
companies of all sizes, Benioff will take part in a ‘fireside chat’ with senior staff writer Waichi
Sekiguchi from the The Nikkei in the final conference session entitled, “Innovation: The Key to New
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