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Cloud Sherpas Announces Platinum Sponsorship of Salesforce.com at CeBIT in Sydney

Salesforce.com at CeBIT invites attendees to connect with customers, partners and employees in entirely new ways with social and mobile cloud technologies  Sydney, Australia, May 27, 2013 – Cloud Sherpas (www.cloudsherpas.com ) today announced it will be a Platinum sponsor at the Salesforce.com at CeBIT event in Sydney, Australia. Cloud Sherpas is a leading cloud services brokerage. With experience managing CRM strategy, deployment and implementation for some of the largest companies across the globe, Cloud Sherpas has helped thousands of organisations adopt, manage and enhance cloud technologies. The event will be held 28th to 30th May 2013 at the Sydney Convention and Entertainment Center in Sydney, Australia.  Cloud Sherpas will be at booth CE02 in the Salesforce.com Cloud Expo. “Cloud Sherpas is thrilled to be a Platinum sponsor of Salesforce.com at CeBIT in Sydney. We work with some of the largest companies across Australia to help them manage their CRM projects, and there has been quite a bit of buzz surrounding the size and scope of this event,” said Paul Mansfield, APAC general manager, Cloud Sherpas. “We are especially excited to have our own staff and many of our clients presenting in the various breakout sessions throughout the week. One of ...

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Cloud Sherpas [www.cloudsherpas.com] is a leading Google Apps Reseller, systems integrator and application developer. Our Google Apps Certified Deployment Specialists have migrated tens of thousands of users from legacy, on-premise messaging systems to Google Apps and Google App Engine. We help organizations adopt cloud computing to innovate and dramatically reduce their IT expenses. SherpaTools for Google Apps [www.sherpatools.com] is a free app from Cloud Sherpas that enhances the functionality and ease-of-use of Google Apps for both administrators and end-users.

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