FinancialForce vs Mavenlink
Last updated: March 26, 2015
FinancialForce cloud ERP is a comprehensive and innovative financial management system that takes a fresh approach to a traditional business function. This online accounting application combines the power of the Force.com cloud with a groundbreaking accounting system design. FinancialForce Accounting is native to Salesforce CRM.
Mavenlink is a modern software platform for professional and marketing services organizations. It is the only solution that helps services firms establish an operational system of record that facilitates their business lifecycle, including key capabilities like resource management, project management, collaboration, project accounting, and BI.
FinancialForce vs Mavenlink in our news:
2015. FinancialForce cloud ERP raises $110M to take on SAP and Oracle
FinancialForce, the cloud ERP built on top of the Salesforce1 platform, announced a new round of funding, landing $110M in additional investment. As the cloud matures, we are seeing more back off functions like ERP moving to the cloud and beginning to gain traction. Up until now, it’s a market that has been dominated by the usual suspects SAP, Oracle and Microsoft, but cloud players like FinancialForce and NetSuite are beginning to make some noise. FinancialForce itself is an interesting player. FinancialForce is built on Force.com and certainly sells itself as the logical ERP product for Salesforce customers. It has gone beyond this, however. While FinancialForce still works admirably well with Salesforce customers, it is a credible offering in its own right.
2010. Top 10 Most Popular Apps in the Google Apps Marketplace
Google Apps Marketplace - online marketplace for Google Apps add-ons - was opened on March. During 10 first months it has collected 250 applications used by about 4 million users. Recall that to add your own application to Google Apps Marketplace, you need to link Google-authorization, pay $100 and pass through moderation. According to Google, the most popular Google Apps add-ons are project management system, CRM systems and accounting services (these are the very tools that are not available in Google Apps by default). Here are the top 10 most popular applications in the SaaS marketplace in 2010: