Joining the dots
If its experiences in 2018 so far are anything to go by, Salesforce only shows signs of speeding up instead of slowing down.
In the fiscal 2018 year, the company has powered nearly two trillion B2B and B2C transactions across services likes sales, marketing and commerce, putting it in a strong position.
Now it’s going to consolidate that position even further by deepening its partnership with Google and its analytical products.
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