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The Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity
The Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity

 
April 8, 2013 9:04AM
SFVision Kicks Off the Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity -- Daily Salesforce Tasks Are Easy, Fast and Efficient with Game-Changing iPad App
 



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Founded in 2012, SFVision develops and delivers innovative mobile applications for Salesforce users. The company focus is on accelerating productivity and increasing the use of Salesforce data out in the field. The SFVision Technologies team has decades of experience in Salesforce user implementations and deep understanding of the Salesforce and Apple iOS software architectures. To learn more about SFVision Technologies, visit sfvision.com or connect on any of our social media channels:

Twitter: @SFVision
Facebook Profile: www.facebook.com/SFVision
YouTube: www.youtube.com/sfvisiontech

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