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Dazeworks appointed Salesforce partner in Sri Lanka


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Salesforce.com is a cloud computing and social enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider based in San Francisco. Named the World’s #3 Most Innovative Company in 2018 by Forbes, the global leader in customer relation management has appointed Dazeworks as its consulting partner for Sri Lanka. 

The office is located at the East Tower of the World Trade Centre, Echelon Square in Colombo. With this new milestone, Dazeworks plans on widening their network of services throughout the technology industry in Sri Lanka. 

Salesforce, founded in 1999, is the worldwide pioneer in enterprise cloud computing and is rated the number one sales application in the world. Their technology and customer management software is specifically designed to bring increased simplicity, integration, efficiency and perceivability to businesses with peerless expertise in customer relationship management. 

Salesforce has over two million users worldwide with over 100,000 corporates having implemented it in some form or the other across their organisation. Salesforce’s customer relationship management software instantly streamlines and automates business processes. Dazeworks is the only listed (https://www.salesforce.com/ap/services/partners/srilanka/) Salesforce partner in Sri Lanka and is a pure play Salesforce consulting company with consistent bouts of innovation. It delivers top-notch cloud solutions to companies. Driven by Salesforce MVP Shivanath Devinarayanan, its goal is to deliver an architecture that supports the most efficient and secure IT environment meeting a company’s business needs. 

The Dazeworks team in Sri Lanka is led by its Director Chamil Madusanka who is also the founder of Sri Lanka Salesforce Developer User Group, Sri Lanka Salesforce Saturday and is a 2X Salesforce Author. He authored the book of Learning Force.com Application Development (ISBN 9781782172796) and Visualforce Developer’s Guide (ISBN 9781782179818). He is the Sri Lanka Salesforce Platform Developer User Group Leader who is an experienced hand on the platform.

With nine global locations and 80+ clients in the US, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia, Dazeworks have proved their expertise by working hand-in-hand with them for projects in implementation, development, system integration and data migration.

Its expertise ranges from small projects which have set technical blueprints to complex long-term projects which need a full-time developer in place. Its expert developers provide extensive architectural guidance to client projects so as to allow them highest returns from their Salesforce investment. It provides implementation services such as enterprise architecture planning, configuration and customisation, data migration and system integration, reporting and analytics.


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