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    2. SalesFix Awarded Salesforce Gold Partner Status

    SalesFix Awarded Salesforce Gold Partner Status

    Over the last few years, we have seen a huge surge in growth for Salesfix.

    • We’ve grown exponentially by 50% each financial year, employed even more fantastic staff, which means we now have 10 certified staff from a total staff base of 15.

      We are proudly one of only 3 Gold Partners in Australia and we have a total of 56 certificates between us.

      As a result in 2016, SalesFix was awarded Gold Partner status with Salesforce.

      One of only 3 in Australia, this Gold Partner status has been earned by our continuing dedication to provide excellent service to our customers and continually keeping up-to-date with the Salesforce platform. It was only made possible by the fantastic, certified team of individuals working for SalesFix, and I feel very lucky to be working with such a dedicated team.

      The Gold Partner status follows up our Silver Partner status awarded in 2015. At the time, Salesforce introduced a new Partner Value Score (PVS) to the Salesforce community, based on a number of key elements: revenue, knowledge (or certifications) and customer service.

      These elements determine higher levels of Salesforce partnership around the world.

      A quick look over the App exchange reveals that as a Gold Partner, SalesFix is part of a select group.

      • Gold Consulting Partner – 3 in Australia (including SalesFix)
      • Global Strategic partner – 12 worldwide
      • Choosing a partner recognised by Salesforce and their partner program reassures you (via evidence-based scoring) that you are choosing the right one.
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