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Emcee:  Neil H Type:  Unmoderated
Offers CRM solutions

NYSE: CRM Proposed)

Covered by Seth Shafer knows the power of good customer relations. Founded in 1999 by chairman and CEO Marc Benioff, the company offers hosted applications that manage customer information for sales, marketing, and customer support, providing clients with a rapidly deployable alternative to buying and maintaining enterprise software.'s applications are used for generating sales leads, maintaining customer information, and tracking customer interactions. The company's services can be accessed from devices including PCs, cellular phones, and personal digital assistants. Customers include Time Warner, Wachovia, and Nokia. Benioff owns about 30% of the company
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11I have started a board devoted to SaaS companies: Subject 57203 Given the hugeGlenn Petersen-7/17/2007
10The NetSuite IPO will be high profile, if for no other reason than the fact thatGlenn Petersen-7/8/2007
9CRM inks a deal with GOOG. Probably the first step on the road to a closer relatGlenn Petersen-6/5/2007
8A bit of history on ASP / CRM / software leasing industry via NYT: Salesforce.cSam Citron-6/24/2004
7CRM priced at $11.Glenn Petersen-6/23/2004
6<b> sets higher goal for stock offering</b> Petersen-6/22/2004
5The IPO has been delayed for a month. The SEC was concerned thatGlenn Petersen-5/18/2004
4<b>It's Not Google. It's That Other Big I.P.O.</b> May 9, 2Glenn Petersen-5/15/2004
3<b>Software Company Takes Advantage of I.P.O. Loophole</b> nytimes.Glenn Petersen-5/15/2004
2Key Numbers Company Type Private (NYSE: CRM Proposed) Fiscal Year-End JanuaryNeil H-3/31/2004
1Software IPOs to spring up soon, RightNow lead list of likely newNeil H-3/31/2004
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