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Salesforce.com Launches New Force.com Checkout for Enterprise Cloud Computing

Makes buying and selling applications easier

Salesforce.com has unveiled Force.com Checkout, a new set of services to accelerate customer and partner success with buying and selling enterprise cloud computing applications. Customers can use Force.com Checkout as a single source for finding, trying, buying, and deploying salesforce.com applications and partner-built Force.com applications via the Force.com AppExchange. Together, the Force.com platform, AppExchange, and Checkout offers a comprehensive set of services for developers and partners to build and sell native Force.com applications.

Force.com Checkout is launching as a pilot program with 12 partners and 19 partner applications. These companies have built and delivered applications that run 100 percent natively on the Force.com platform and showcase the types and kinds of business applications that can be delivered in the cloud.

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