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Re: Economic Woes Bode Well for Salesforce.com
Posted by Erika Morphy on 2008-05-28 15:50:30
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Salesforce.com was created during cloudy economic times, and its business model -- per-user, per-seat pricing when the market offered nothing but million-dollar enterprise-based pricing -- took off precisely for that reason. Now the company, which has since remade itself into an enterprise class vendor that is still available at moderate enough pricing, is reaping the benefits of its original case to business as the economy worsens. For the fiscal first quarter, Salesforce.com reported net income of $9.6 million, or 8 cents a share.





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Re: Economic Woes Bode Well for Salesforce.com  Erika Morphy  2008-05-28 15:50:30
Salesforce?  ncl209  2008-06-10 12:14:39
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