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Dispatches from 2012 Dreamforce, San Francisco, CA

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September 18, 2012 - Dreamforce is salesforce.com's four-day annual conference for users and developers, about cloud computing and the social enterprise. This story is a compilation of news announced in conjunction with the conference and will be updated throughout the day.

Persistent System announces its expansion into SMB social enterprise services, which includes Salesforce Chatter enablement, collaboration portal development and Radian6.
“We are excited to extend our SMB social enterprise service offerings,” said Ranga Puranik, EVP Technology Initiatives & Strategic Alliances, Persistent Systems. “Today's SMBs are looking for cloud-based software solutions that are reliable, scalable, and cost-effective. Our extensive experience in this space addresses this need by offering companies rapid, intelligent and economical migration of software and applications to the cloud.”

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