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CRMFYI Welcomes Model Metrics as a Sponsor

I want to extend a warm welcome to Model Metrics as a sponsor of CRMFYI. Model Metrics is a Salesforce.com Premier Consulting Partner, which means to you is that Salesforce is not one of the things they do, itís all they do. They have a great team of developers and consultants that are ready to take on your business process and technical challenges.

If you didnít catch the Visialforce demo from Model Metrics at Dreamforce Europe earlier this year, check out this video. Scroll through the video highlights of Dreamforce to find Adam Caplan, the Model Metrics CEO show off an app they built. Adam shows a demo of Salesforce running on the iPhone in a way youíve never seen before. The demo shows walking into an auto dealership and selecting the car you want on an iPhone, then finding where that car is available. You wouldnít guess it was Salesforce on the back-end, but it is.Model Metrics

More than just consulting services though, Model Metrics now has a great iPhone app called Expense2GO which brings together enterprise expense reporting, Salesforce.com, and the iPhone. See much more about Expense2GO from Model Metrics and from my review of it here at CRMFYI. Even better, take it for a test drive in the iTunes App Store.

In the coming months, Iíll be introducing you to more about Model Metrics so check them out and see what they can do for your organization.

Thank you Model Metrics for sponsoring CRMFYI!


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