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We consider India a key market and intend to maintain our financial commitment there. The director of Hyperforce at Salesforce

Published On 10 May 2023 03:40 PM


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According to Salesforce's Hyperforce product director Matthew Parin, the company has put a lot of resources into India over the years, increasing the number of employees and opening new offices to accommodate the needs of its rapidly expanding customer base in one of its fastest growing regions. As Parin described it, Hyperforce is a reimagining of Salesforce's platform architecture designed to bring its worldwide customer base a more ....


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