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Seismic is now Available for the Salesforce1 Mobile App

SAN DIEGO – June 5, 2014 Seismic, the leading sales enablement solution, today announced it has launched on the Salesforce1 Mobile App, helping accelerate business transformation for the connected world. Seismic now empowers sales reps to connect with prospects and customers without exiting the Salesforce1 Mobile App. By enabling sales reps to access and create collateral from their mobile devices that is up-to-date and tailored to each unique sales interaction, Seismic maximizes the impact of the Salesforce1 Platform.

Leveraging the power of Salesforce1 Customer Platform, the new social, mobile and cloud customer platform built to transform sales, service and marketing apps, Seismic is immediately available for deployment on Salesforce1.

“As the world becomes increasingly mobile, Salesforce1 will become the main destination for sales reps,” said Doug Winter, CEO, Seismic. “Within Salesforce1, sales reps will need a single place to go to access presentations, contracts and reports that are relevant, current and customized — that place is Seismic.”

With Salesforce1, Seismic enables access to customized content from mobile devices. By connecting all sources of customer data to sales materials, Seismic delivers relevant content to sales reps in the field, saving them time and improving sales interactions.

“Companies are looking to transform the way they build apps to better engage with customers in today’s social, mobile and connected world,” said Ron Huddleston, senior vice president ISV and Channels, salesforce.com. “With solutions such as Seismic built on the Salesforce1 Platform, now customers can get their apps and data in one place, where everything is connected and in the context of their business.”

This summer, Seismic will hold a roadshow demonstrating to salesforce.com customers how Seismic gives on-the-go sales teams an easy yet powerful way to customize sales materials and connect any corporate data source to its sales materials. Stops will include New York, Boston, Toronto, Chicago and San Francisco.