SOURCE: SFVision Technologies, Inc.
EL DORADO HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 20, 2012) - SFVision Technologies, Inc., an innovator in developing mobile apps for Salesforce.com users, today announced that it will donate partial proceeds of the sales of its flagship product, SFVision for Salesforce™, to the Wounded Warrior Project. The company committed to make a donation of $1 per unit sold at Dreamforce 2012, and is excited that the donation from that event is double the original projections. The company also announced it will continue to support key charities on a permanent basis.
"Philanthropy runs deep within SFVision. Many of our employees come from the Salesforce.com business ecosystem where the culture of public giving has been deeply ingrained in our DNA. I have been personally influenced by the great work of Marc Benioff in this area," said Kevin Mooney, President and CEO of SFVision.
"As we work hard on constantly improving the best mobile platform for Salesforce mobile users, we are also working hard on supporting key communities that are near and dear to our core values. This Thanksgiving week we cannot find a better way to express our gratitude but to make an important donation to the Wounded Warrior Project," continued Mooney.
About SFVision Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 2012, SFVision develops and delivers mobile applications for Salesforce.com users. The company focus is on accelerating productivity and increasing the use of Salesforce data out in the field. The SFVision Technologies team has decades of experience in Salesforce user implementations and deep understanding of the Salesforce and Apple iOS software architectures. To learn more about SFVision Technologies, visit sfvision.com or connect on any of our social media channels.
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