by Ron Miller
Salesforce launched Einstein, its artificial intelligence platform just one year ago this week. As it celebrates its first birthday, it’s worth taking a look back at the first year and looking at a couple of enhancements they’re adding as a birthday surprise.
by Bob Evans
CLOUD WARS: As Salesforce.com tops a $10-billion annualized-revenue run rate and aims for $20 billion by 2020, CEO Marc Benioff has become even more emphatic in stating that Salesforce's ongoing and often-breathtaking success is due primarily to the company-wide obsession with making its customers successful.
By Parker Harris
At Salesforce, our core value of Innovation drives our work each day — along with our values of Trust, Growth and Equality. That's why we're thrilled to announce that Forbes has once again named Salesforce the World's #1 Most Innovative Company in 2017
by Michael Catford
The world’s number one CRM platform, Salesforce, is used by businesses the world over to not only manage client relationships, but to help them sell, service and market in a smarter way than ever before.
by John Mannes
SQL is about as easy as it gets in the world of programming, and yet its learning curve is still steep enough to prevent many people from interacting with relational databases. Salesforce’s AI research team took it upon itself to explore how machine learning might be able to open doors for those without knowledge of SQL.