Cloud-based software provider Salesforce has invested significantly in India over the years, adding more jobs and expanding office space to support its rising customer base in one of its fastest growing markets, says Matthew Parin, Hyperforce product director, Salesforce.
Hyperforce is a reimagination of Salesforce's platform architecture geared to deliver a more powerful and scalable platform to support growth and success of Salesforce's global customer base, Parin explained. In other words, it will empower Salesforce customers to securely deploy Salesforce apps and services from anywhere while using the scale and agility of the public cloud.
According to IDC, the Salesforce economy in India will create 1.3 million jobs and USD 66.4 billion in new business revenues by 2026.
Salesforce is also driving immense growth for its partner ecosystem in India, which will make USD 6.55 for every USD 1 Salesforce makes locally by 2026, Parin told PTI.
"India was our first market for Hyperforce... customers across all industries - not just those who are highly regulated - are prioritising trust and safety, and Hyperforce provides solutions for these demands," he said.
The company has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Hyperforce to achieve its goals and because they share similar values and responsibility regarding sustainability.