Salesforce.com saw a 82 pct increase in revenues of the last quarter to a total of $54.6 m.
The company that seems to be single-handedly proving that software as a service is the next big thing made a $3.6 m profit, reached 13,900 customers and a total of 227,000 users.
The idea for the company's hosted CRM solution is mind-boggling simple. Or as one user said it at last year Dreamforce User Conference in San Francisco when asked if he would ever consider going back to the old fashioned SAP-style solution: "Are you asking if I would rather start paying more?"
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