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Introducing Salesforce for Google Apps

 

Today we are excited to announce that we have expanded our partnership with Google and together have delivered an industry-changing new product called Salesforce for Google Apps. It went live last night at 11pm PST to all salesforce.com customers.  Salesforce for Google Apps is a simple, yet powerful combination of Web-based business applications that streamline communication and collaboration and have the power to change the way you work.

With Salesforce for Google Apps, you can now run your favorite desktop applications and your Salesforce applications side by side by accessing Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, and Google Docs all seamlessly from within Salesforce.  Watch the product tour or if you’re already a Salesforce customer, you can get started now.

 

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Salesforce for Google Apps can help you run your business in the following new ways:

 

Salesforce and Gmail - Send Gmail to contacts from inside Salesforce or log emails in Salesforce from Gmail

Salesforce and Google Talk - Chat with colleagues right from within Salesforce

Salesforce and Google Docs - Create and attach Google Docs to records inside Salesforce for real time collaboration

Salesforce and Google Calendar - Synchronize your Salesforce meetings, campaigns, and events with Google Calendar

Salesforce and Google Start Page - Access your most important business information, including Salesforce dashboards, and search the Web from a single page.

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