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Salesforce Fuels Competition With Microsoft With Quip Acquisition

Salesforce has reached an agreement to acquire Quip, a word processing, spreadsheet and collaboration platform, for approximately $582 million, not including Salesforce Ventures’ existing investment in Quip, according to recent SEC filings. The acquisition is a step toward the productivity suite business for Salesforce and a clear competitive move against Microsoft as the two companies vie for leadership in the cloud-based tech market.

MHI Global Acquires CSO Insights To Expand Sales Research Offerings

MHI Global CSO Insights placeitMHI Global, a sales performance and customer management company, has acquired CSO Insights, a sales effectiveness research and benchmarking firm. The acquisition intends to provide sales leaders with resources such as benchmark studies, global sales performance research and advisory services to increase revenue.

The acquisition intends to increase CSO Insights' global reach to help MHI Global clients understand the challenges facing sales organizations, why those problems exist and what companies are doing to optimize their performance moving forward.

SugarCRM Announces Acquisition, Integration With IBM & Others In Social Business Expansion


Now serving more than 7,000 customers and 800,000 end users in 80 countries, SugarCRM used its SugarCon event last week to announce an acquisition and debut new additions to Sugar 6, all aimed at enhancing the company’s leadership position around “social business.”

During the event, SurgarCRM announced it has acquired iExtensions CRM from iEnterprises, Inc. for an undisclosed sum. iExtensions has been a leading CRM solution for IBM Lotus Notes, and in 2010 was the winner of the Best in Lotusphere Showcase award.

The newly acquired functionality adds enhanced support for IBM collaboration tools inside Sugar 6.  The added features include native Notes support as well as Notes email and calendar plugins, and a connector to the IBM Domino product line.

SugarCRM Announces Acquisition, Integration With IBM & Others In Social Business Expansion


Now serving more than 7,000 customers and 800,000 end users in 80 countries, SugarCRM used its SugarCon event last week to announce an acquisition and debut new additions to Sugar 6, all aimed at enhancing the company’s leadership position around “social business.”

During the event, SurgarCRM announced it has acquired iExtensions CRM from iEnterprises, Inc. for an undisclosed sum. iExtensions has been a leading CRM solution for IBM Lotus Notes, and in 2010 was the winner of the Best in Lotusphere Showcase award.

The newly acquired functionality adds enhanced support for IBM collaboration tools inside Sugar 6.  The added features include native Notes support as well as Notes email and calendar plugins, and a connector to the IBM Domino product line.

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