27 March 2015

Bloomberg joins salesforce.com partner programme

17 July 2014  |  1649 views  |  0 Source: Bloomberg

Today, Bloomberg announced it has joined the salesforce.com Partner Program to bring cloud-based enterprise information archiving to Salesforce1 for Financial Services.

As part of the salesforce.com Partner Program, Bloomberg will provide its enterprise information compliance archiving service, Bloomberg Vault, to financial services and other regulated entities that use Salesforce1 for enterprise-wide collaboration.

"Bloomberg Vault now enables Salesforce1 for Financial Services users to access Bloomberg's industry expertise and proven track-record of providing information compliance and e-discovery tools to financial services firms," said Harald Collet, global head of Bloomberg Vault. "Salesforce1 for Financial Services is subject to the same regulatory compliance requirements as any other form of business communication. Bloomberg Vault can help firms capture, manage, archive and retrieve communications sent using Salesforce1 and other business communications services."

Bloomberg Vault for Salesforce1 Financial Services helps users seamlessly capture, transform and archive Salesforce Chatter activities, such as posts, comments, content sharing, private messages, surveys or changes to access controls and user permissions. Using Bloomberg Vault, firms can oversee employee communication and collaboration activities that fit into pre-defined compliance policies. It also helps companies identify communications that may require further review.

"Financial services companies are looking to transform the way they connect with customers, partners and employees to thrive in today's connected world," said Ron Huddleston, senior vice president, global ISV and channel alliances, salesforce.com. "Salesforce1 for Financial Services is a critical platform for many leading financial institutions. Now, financial services firms can use Bloomberg Vault to manage compliance and archiving requirements for Salesforce1 to accelerate business success in the office or right from their mobile devices with Salesforce1 Mobile App." 

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