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  1. Yurij Said,

    December 5, 2005 @ 9:54 pm

    Hello Salesforcers,

    I’ve noticed that there have been a number of messages with questions about using salesforce.com offline or inside of Outlook, so I thought I would drop in my (somewhat bias) 2 cents.

    I work for a company called InvisibleCRM, and we have created several new applications for salesforce.com that will make your life as a CRM user much easier.

    They include OutlookForce which builds Salesforce into Outlook and works completely the same offline as online. All your records available anytime, without downloading in advance, without uploading the results, all reports, emails, and changes captured and synced whenever you reconnect. And it is built into Outlooks forms so it works exactly like Outlook.

    The same idea for documents; all stored on the desktop, all changes synced automatically and delivered the desktops of other users.

    There are several other applications with equally cool features, and they’re all designed for the end user, to make Salesforce.com work for you.

    We’re going to be running some live WebEx demonstrations over the next few weeks that are open to everyone and will show off the entire suite. Just go to: http://www.invisiblecrm.com/webex and register for a session.

    See you there.

    Yurij

  2. Vad Said,

    December 21, 2005 @ 8:02 am

    Hi, there!

    I think there is something that all of us missing – an off line backup into what we like and are used to – MS Outlook. Strange that it was not done by now. Look what happened yesterday. Had we have that type of solution we could’ve hardly noticed a day power-off. I go visit them – do you?

  3. Kingsley 2.0 Said,

    April 22, 2006 @ 1:00 am

    List of Salesforce.com bloggers…

    Both employees and others (I don’t care, as long as they’re interesting):

    Scott Hemmeter – Perspectives on Salesforce

    Mark Mangano – Salesforcewatch.com
    Charlie Wood – Moonwatcher
    Saul Weiner – A Zulu in Silicon Valley
    Brian Rozmierski – …

  4. Jenefer Herron Said,

    June 15, 2006 @ 5:39 am

    Please provide me a list of customer of salesforce.com

  5. Scott Hemmeter Said,

    June 15, 2006 @ 5:46 am

    Jenefer – I am sorry, but I do not have a list of Salesforce customers. You need to speak with an account rep from Salesforce to answer your questions.

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