Salesforce has released an incredible report that marks the future of SAS as something even brigther than we think. As a platform cooperating with thousand of developers, Salesforce have some stunning numbers:

1.9M Jobs

“Worldwide, Salesforce’s ecosystem will enable the creation of 1.9 million jobs within the Salesforce customer base from the use of cloud computing between the end of 2015 and the end of 2020.”

No time no gain

Salesforce is leading the way to a model based on Customer success, especially on saving time for our administrators, that become the key of the development of Appexchange, Apps, Consulting and itself.

That means tat saving time is earning money, exactly:

$389B impact on GDP

“Over the same period, the benefits of cloud computing accruing to Salesforce customers will add $389 billion in new business revenue, or GDP impact, to their local economies.”

“Salesforce is way too expensive for me…”

The biggest lie ever! The CRM leader have some interesting data… Many organizations are maintining outdated software just because they think moving to the cloud is too much for them. In the meantime, they are expending huge budgets for IT trying to manage the relationship with their customers based on old tools, loosing a lot of benefits on the way.

This report shows that, when organizations move to the cloud, they can shift their budget supporting much more.

4M AppExchange Installs, Salesforce sucess

“Salesforce customers have installed apps from the Salesforce AppExchange — the world’s longest-running and largest business apps marketplace — more than 4 million times.”

We are proud to be a member of the this ecosystem. There are more than 3,000 different apps being downloaded more than 4,000,000 times. We all built for the same platform and thats our strength, that makes our customers capable of have any application from de Appexchange ready to use, and with a great Community of salesforce experts and developers used to help Customer and give them support.

Read Salesforce’s press release, or check out the entire report. It is reading worthy.