Archima Announces It Has Joined The Salesforce Partner Program

Archima Focuses on Helping Customers Rapidly Achieve Measurable Business Value From Salesforce Solutions

Archima Solutions,  a collaboration-driven consulting firm announces that it has joined the Salesforce Partner Program. Archima is an Implementation Partner dedicated to providing companies with Salesforce Services and Staffing Solutions. Archima focuses on helping customers rapidly achieve measurable business value from Salesforce solutions which are centered around their customer and employee initiatives.

Archima Announces It Has Joined The Salesforce Partner Program
Chris Thompson

“We believe being an organization centered on diversity, curiosity, and imagination will drive innovation for our customers. We are inspired by the personal experiences we share with our customers and the limitless impact our employees can have on their success,” said Chris Thompson, Managing Director of Archima Solutions.

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The Archima team was built with the understanding that customers are not only looking for Salesforce technical experts, they also want a partner that brings with it global capabilities paired with years of business process and digital transformation experience. Archima places significant emphasis on the customer and employee experiences and collaborates with their customers through strategic workshops that lay the foundation for their Salesforce journey.

Archima Solutions, founded in 2017, is a business solutions company providing Salesforce Cloud Implementation Services, Managed Cloud Services, and Strategic Staffing Services. Archima is headquartered outside New York City, with offices in Florida, Atlanta, India, and Dubai. Archima is an MBE Certified minority-owned company.

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Recently Salesforce announced the acquisition of B2B Commerce Platform CloudCraze. In March, Salesforce had signed a definitive agreement to acquire CloudCraze, a leading B2B commerce platform built natively on Salesforce. CloudCraze had received $30.6 million in funding, including a $20 million round in 2017 that included participation from Salesforce Ventures and Insight Venture Partners.

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