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SalesMethods Closes Record Fiscal Year Fueled by Customer Adoption

23rd July 2014, London - SalesMethods, a premium Salesforce partner, which specialises in delivering software and services to drive high performance sales in Salesforce.com, today announced its most successful year to date. During the most recent fiscal year, SalesMethods experienced a 200% percent year-on-year growth, the highest growth rate since the company's inception in 2011.

SalesMethods' customers have led the trend of organisations globally, and across different industry sectors, in identifying and using sales tools to enable them to realise the full potential of their sales organisations.

By year-end, March 31st 2014, SalesMethods had added a record number of new customers, with global organisations of all sizes, all focused on making their improved sales performance a strategic priority. Sales have come from United States, UK, Europe, Asia and Africa, and include an impressive list of companies including: Dovetail, iDirect, Manpower Group and TechnologyOne.

Michael Conner, CEO, SalesMethods said: "We've been delighted with the progress that we've made this year, and we are very flattered that our larger competitors continue to follow our lead. We have extended our leadership in the sales performance arena, and have further cemented our position as innovators, in bringing the 'how to do' of sales to complement the 'what to do' of CRM.

He continued: "Moving forward, we will continue to focus on providing the Salesforce market with the most flexible software and services available. We intend to accelerate our growth by adding to our sales enablement capabilities and continuing our global expansion. We are enjoying our current rate of customer adoption, and are taking huge pride in helping our customers to be even more successful with their sales goals."

In March 2014, SalesMethods appointed Michael Conner as the company's Chief Executive Officer. Michael took over the CEO reins from Steve Bale, an Oracle veteran, who sits on the management board and became Chairman. Richard Gilder continues in his role as EVP Sales, taking on the responsibility to drive new business opportunities throughout the firm's worldwide market.

About SalesMethods:
SalesMethods, established in 2011 and a premium Salesforce partner, drives high performance sales in Salesforce.com. As a new breed of sales software company, SalesMethods is challenging the legacy incumbents by helping businesses to deploy their chosen sales methodology, manage its evolution and realise the full potential of each sales organisation. By understanding the challenges in delivering change in the sales environment, SalesMethods enables organisations to more effectively win, keep and grow customers.

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