Salesforce.org Acquires roundCorner
Salesforce.org acquired roundCorner. roundCorner was the first Salesforce.org Platinum App Partner for the nonprofit market in North America and provides fundraising solutions and industry expertise to meet the needs of the largest global organizations today. Now, the world’s #1 CRM for social good organizations is coming together with enterprise industry experts to deliver the best technology solutions for the social sector.
Salesforce.org and roundCorner have a shared vision of customer success. roundCorner enterprise fundraising technology and managed services complement our cloud-based solutions and professional services that empower our community of approximately 40,000 customers. Together, we are striving to create a better world where social good organizations can focus on what matters – their constituents and their beneficiaries be it students, survivors, the homeless, educators, children, wildlife or our planet.
We are furthering our commitment to empowering organizations to achieve their missions by providing the best technology through Nonprofit Cloud, Education Cloud, and Philanthropy Cloud. Collaborating with our community to develop comprehensive product solutions to solve the world’s most difficult problems remains at the heart of our approach. We’re thrilled to add roundCorner’s talented team to our own and to provide roundCorner customers with continued support.
This announcement marks an important milestone in our commitment to investing in fundraising solutions and services for our Salesforce.org cloud technology. Together with our partners and the ecosystem, we are proud to offer the most comprehensive technology solutions for those who change the world.
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