TeamSpirit Inc. wins “AppExchange Partner of the Year” at Salesforce Partner Summit 2016 in Tokyo

On Tuesday June 14, TeamSpirit Inc. was awarded “AppExchange Partner of the Year” by Inc. in recognition of its success with 75,000 users across 600 companies in four years. This is TeamSpirit’s second award since receiving the “Best OEM Application Award” in 2014.

TeamSpirit Inc. scored the highest sales growth among AppExchange applications in Japan. They are the 1st AppExchange Gold Partner in Japan and their contribution to the AppExchange business is highly recognized. We expect them to continue to develop a new product range and grow even further.

quote from at the Partner Summit 2016

Prior to the awards ceremony, Mr Ogishima, CEO of TeamSpirit Inc., addressed the audience. He expressed his gratitude first to TeamSpirit customers, extending it next to business partners who had supported the company in sales and service, with many becoming customers. He then spoke about the advantages of forming an ecosystem on the Salesforce platform and the distinction of PaaS.

“The key reason why a small startup like TeamSpirit is chosen even by large companies is because our service is built on the PaaS base platform of Salesforce. Unlike other cloud service providers, TeamSpirit can enjoy Salesforce’s interoperability and scalability, and simply focus on developing our application without having to worry about infrastructure,”

“Within the Salesforce ecosystem, we also benefit from other application partners who help us to extend TeamSpirit’s standard functions; system integration partners who can support us where we are lacking in expertise, and sales partners who help us promote TeamSpirit in markets where we do not have reach. We want to take this opportunity to thank our ecosystem for helping us serve our customers better.”

To commemorate this momentous award and demonstrate our commitment to further business growth, Mr Ogishima announced that TeamSpirit would be participating as a sponsor at Dreamforce 2016, held in San Francisco in October 2016.

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