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CoreValue Named a ‘Registered’ Salesforce Partner

February 2, 2017

February 1, 2017 – Salesforce.com announced today that CoreValue Services, LLC has been named to the official Partner Tier.  

In order to reach that level of recognition, CoreValue met all Consulting Program Provisional criteria and is considered fully enrolled in the Program.  This provides CoreValue with the ability to activate its partner Service Listing on its AppExchange.

According to Chris Dressler, CoreValue CEO, “For our clients, this recognition confirms our ability to meet the needs of today’s dynamic cloud technologies. As a team of certified Salesforce developers we are excited to be a part of the Program.”

As a ‘Registered’ Salesforce Partner, CoreValue will have the ability to work with leading mobile and social  technologies, pursue new opportunities and accomplish successful business outcomes for its customers.  With sales implementation and a comprehensive range of certifications, the company feels that they will be able to develop even more robust proficiency within specific Salesforce products, fulfil customer demand, and enhance a fully profitable Salesforce practice.

About CoreValue

CoreValue, a Software and Technology Services firm, provides Mobility and traditional Cloud based CRM implementation services, Mobile applications in industries such as Pharmaceutical, Medical, Media, Telecommunication, and Marketing. Customers trust CoreValue to provide Infrastructure services utilizing qualified and experienced staff in Data Science, Data Management, Database Services, Quality Assurance and traditional development. For more information please visit corevalue.net

About Salesforce

Salesforce is the world’s first and most popular cloud CRM system. More than 100,000 companies rely on this dynamic web-based platform. Salesforce CRM provides a complete solution that includes feature-rich solutions for marketing, sales, services, partner and community management. For more information please visit www.salesforce.com

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