Wednesday, Microsoft and Salesforce announced plans to extend their partnership at the Dreamforce 2015 event in San Francisco.
The two companies will work together to connect the Salesforce Customer Success Platform to Microsoft Office productivity apps and services.
“Customer success is at the heart of everything we do at Salesforce, including our partnership with Microsoft,” said Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, Salesforce.
“Our collaboration has been so successful, now we’re doubling down and delivering even more innovation that will help our mutual customers be more productive and connect with their customers in a whole new way.”
The two companies plan to deliver new solutions that integrate Salesforce with Skype for Business, OneNote, Delve and Windows 10 to empower companies to connect with their customers and collaborate more effectively.
Microsoft and Salesforce will work together to bring
# Skype for Business Integration with Salesforce Lightning Experience
# OneNote integration with Salesforce Lightning Experience
# Salesforce integration with Office Graph and Office Delve
# Salesforce1 mobile app for Windows 10
“Furthering our mission to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more, is the motivating force behind our partnership with Salesforce,” said Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Corp.
“As a platform and productivity company, we are focused on bringing together the best of Microsoft Azure, Office and Windows with partners like Salesforce to empower our mutual customers to network, collaborate, communicate and discover information in more effective ways.”