Microsoft and Salesforce Partnership Announced, Includes Extensive Product-Integration

Salesforce will now offer support for Windows, Windows 8.1, build “interoperability Salesforce including Office 365,” Microsoft’s subscription-based productivity suite, and integrate OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, and Outlook . With Salesforce’s expanding customer base, this is potentially a huge deal for Microsoft since Salesforce already has a huge customer base that Microsoft will be more than happy to work with, while Salesforce will likely look to attract Microsoft’s more conservative customer base by providing more focused integration of their product base. Read the full story here.


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