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Infosys is recognized as a Market Maker by capioIT

capioIT’s latest report, “Salesforce.com Global Systems Integration and Services Providers Capture Share Report – 2020,” places Infosys as a Market Maker. We are delighted to celebrate this achievement with our parent company. 

“Infosys has rightly become a leader in the Salesforce Systems Integration and Services market,” said Phil Hassey, CEO of capioIT and author of the report. “This is driven by excellence in customer satisfaction, industry solution development and working closely with Salesforce.”

In the report, capioIT describes Infosys’ top capabilities using its established methodology. The report evaluated 14 providers around the globe with an objective, market-based analysis of 17 key attributes. 

Infosys’ global Salesforce footprint—spanning Simplus in North America and APAC and Fluido in EMEA—is an impressive practice with certified professionals in a wide variety of Salesforce technologies and with hands-on project experience in countless industries. Infosys was also recognized by capioIT as a Market Maker in its “Salesforce.com Asia Pacific Systems Integration and Services Providers Capture Share Report – 2020” report. 

Download the full report now, or learn more about Simplus and our parent company, Infosys, on our partner page here. Together, we bring the best expertise in Salesforce consulting to businesses across all industries.

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