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Salesforce.com Makes Forbes’ List of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies

This week Forbes confirmed what we’ve long since known, that salesforce.com is not only one of the best companies around, but that they are also ethical, responsible and trustworthy, as they enter Forbes’ list of the 100 most trustworthy companies.

Most notably, salesforce.com was ranked amongst the top 10 of the most trustworthy large-cap companies. The annual list, compiled by independent financial

analytics company Audit Integrity, is made up of the American businesses that have consistently demonstrated transparent and solid corporate governance and management.

“It is a tremendous honor to make Forbes’ List of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies,” said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of salesforce.com. “Business transparency is incredibly important to our organization and we are therefore extremely proud of this accomplishment.”

At Resource on Demand we very much enjoy partnering with salesforce.com in their foundation scheme, which according to their website has given 192,972 volunteer hours, 8,539 donated and discounted licenses and $20,190,348 to enable positive and social change.

Our involvement with the foundation is set to reach new heights soon, so watch this space, but we are immensely proud to work in an ecosystem that has such a positive reputation.

If you want to work within the ecosystem as well, we can assist you in training and placing you with the right organisation for you, just contact us on 020 8123 7769 or email us using rod@resourceondemand.com and we’ll get you started.