Salesforce, Google form new strategic partnership

Salesforce and Google have inked a strategic cloud partnership. As part of the agreement, Salesforce has named Google Cloud as a preferred public cloud provide, and will be using the Google Cloud Platform for its core services as part of its international infrastructure expansion.

Salesforce and Google will also offer integrations that connect Salesforce with G Suite, as well as Google Analytics.

In addition, Google will continue to use Salesforce as its preferred CRM provider.

The announcement is part of Dreamforce, Salesforce’s annual conference currently under way in San Francisco, California.

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