International Partner Program Launch
By: Val Cassidy, International Partner Manager, Salesforce.org EMEA
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Saleforce.org International Partner Program. The program will help to harness the expertise, skills and dedication of our top consulting partners across EMEA to provide greater impact to our nonprofit and education customers.
Through the Salesforce 1-1-1 model we have been able to put world class technology into the hands of 28,000 nonprofits worldwide. These organisations both inspire and amaze us with their innovative approaches to technology application – whether that’s in fundraising, program management, student recruitment, or analytics. Much of this innovation is directly influenced by our consulting partners who work alongside us and share our goal of improving the state of the world. With their expert domain and technical knowledge, and their commitment to the nonprofit and education sectors, our consulting partners are key to our customers success. We are delighted to be providing an infrastructure to support them in doing this, through the Salesforce.org International Partner Program. At launch we welcome 27 partners to our community.
We want to focus our efforts on partners that have invested in us and our community. The program marks the beginning of a new way of working – with added structure and cohesion, ensuring we put in place the resources and support needed to make our partners as successful as possible. Through the Salesforce.org International Partner Program, our partners will have access to more enablement and go-to-market support to fulfill our combined vision.
As we grow the program, we will be focused on building a broad and diverse ecosystem of partners, across geographies, domains, key solution lines and causes. To learn more about how you can join the Salesforce.org International Partner Program for consulting partners and for more specifics on the program please email [email protected].
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Here’s what some of our partners are saying:
CloudSymphony – “We’re excited by the International Partner Program. It’s a sign of the growing ecosystem to support not for profit clients on their Salesforce journey. And that journey will help many to flourish and in so doing help impact thousands of lives. We have high hopes and high expectations for the programme and welcome its launch.” – Martin Jervis, Interim CEO, CloudSymphony
Giveclarity -“Giveclarity is excited to be part of the Salesforce.org International Partner Program 2016. It’s a great initiative which will help charities and other non-profits find the most suitable partners to work with.” – Julia Whitehead, Head of Marketing, Giveclarity
Pracedo – “We are thrilled to be a part of the International Partner Program launch. Pracedo is committed to the nonprofit community through our participation in Pledge 1%, and for the past six years we have enjoyed working with nonprofits because of their passion and enthusiasm. It is immensely rewarding to see how Salesforce technology empowers organisations to be more effective. The International Partner Program will only maximise the impact Salesforce already has on the community, and it’s something we are proud to be involved with.” – Matthew Schutz, Pracedo
Purple Vision – “We believe that the International Partner Program will provide a framework for engagement and collaboration that will leverage the skills and experiences of all partners in the Salesfroce.org family, and deliver world class outcomes for nonprofit customers and their missions.” – Steve Thomas, Managing Director, Purple Vision
Vera Solutions – “We are proud to continue working with Salesforce.org through the International Partners Program. In the five years we’ve been working with the Salesforce.org team, we’ve benefited tremendously from their expertise, network, and leadership in the sector. They share our mission of using technology to help social sector organizations become more effective and efficient, and we’re pleased to continue working in partnership toward that end.” – Zak Kaufman, CEO, Vera Solutions
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