The purpose of the report is to give business and technology executives an understanding of the changing partner landscape, highlighting the key market changes in the past two years, as-well-as the shift in the Salesforce service ecosystem. Salesforce has a long history of empowering businesses to be agile, and to understand their customers better, and has now reinvented itself again to be a partner for digital business transformation, something key for success in the digital economy.
Acquisitions, strategic alliances and partnerships have caused dramatic change in the Salesforce service ecosystem, and have made it increasingly difficult for application development and delivery professionals to understand the full capabilities of service partners. The report urges businesses to consider key elements when selecting a partner, including the type of firm they want to work with, product-specific knowledge, size, industry, geography and cultural fit.
Frédéric Demierre, Partner & Salesforce Practice Manager, blue-infinity Linked by Isobar, says, “We're honoured that an esteemed organisation like Forrester recognises us in this report. We believe our differentiated Salesforce value proposition helps brands and businesses embrace the full potential of digital. We attribute this recognition to our team of “cloud native” professionals, who are constantly seeking to push the boundaries of Salesforce solutions."
blue-infinity Linked by Isobar was named a Salesforce Gold Consulting Partner in 2015, which was increased to Platinum status at the end of 2016, based on exemplary consulting and technical expertise, a solid understanding of business needs, and outstanding customer satisfaction.
This year, blue-infinity Linked by Isobar launched the Salesforce Academy in their Leiria, Portugal and Brno, Czech Republic offices, fuelled by the rising demand for the team’s complete suite of Salesforce expertise, and in June expanded their Salesforce Center of Excellence team with a new base in Zurich.