Shares of salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE:CRM) ended Monday session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down -0.20 points or -0.28% at $70.19 with 11.73 million shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $70.50, the shares hit an intraday low of $69.88 and an intraday high of $71.21 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $45.37 billion and the numbers of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 685.00 million shares.
salesforce.com, inc. (CRM) on Sept. 26, 2016 delivered Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP), an open and flexible new solution for nonprofits to manage donors, campaigns, volunteers, programs, grants and more, all in one place.
Built on the world’s #1 CRM, NPSP combines the best of Salesforce with an open source industry-standard data architecture that allows organizations to deploy a customized solution to meet their unique needs, and ultimately advance their mission. Nonprofit customers can also leverage best practices, code, documentation and other resources from the Salesforce.org global community of thousands of nonprofits and partners to solve problems and add new innovations.
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“We’ve entered the Age of Impact. The measure of nonprofit success is not the amount of dollars raised—it’s the impact made on the communities these organizations serve,” said Allyson Fryhoff, senior vice president of sales at Salesforce.org. “Salesforce.org has been committed to the success of nonprofit organizations from day one, and we’re thrilled to introduce the Nonprofit Success Pack to help them succeed on their critical missions.”
“Thanks to the power of NPSP, RallyPoint/6 (RP/6) has the ability to not only manage our entire service member and veterans program in one centralized location within Salesforce across every site in the country, but we can see the incredible outcomes and impact of our work in real-time right at our fingertips,” said Kylee Durant, COO of RP/6, a growing nonprofit organization serving troops and their families as they transition back to civilian life.
“Relationships matter and authentic relationships matter even more,” said Jay Banfield, Chief Officer of Innovation and Scale and California Managing Director at Year Up. “We’re using the Nonprofit Success Pack for donor management, and leveraging the interests of so many different stakeholders.”
Shares of JD.Com Inc(ADR) (NASDAQ:JD) ended Monday session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down -0.30 points or -1.12% at $26.54 with 11.18 million shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $26.54, the shares hit an intraday low of $26.35 and an intraday high of $26.61 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $39.09 billion and the numbers of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 2.89 billion shares.
JD.Com Inc(ADR) (JD) on Aug. 31, 2016 announced it will be the exclusive authorized online retailer in China for the popular Wolf Blass Red Label brand, comprising 12 wines, including two wines that will be available for the first time on a Chinese e-commerce platform, Moscato and Pink Moscato.
This announcement represents an expansion of the strategic partnership between Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), one of the world’s largest wine companies, and JD.com launched in June 2015. Since then, the range of TWE wines available on JD.com has increased to include eight of its brands, encompassing more than 50 wines, with JD.com becoming one of TWE’s largest e-commerce partners in China.
“Our partnership with JD.com has enabled us to continue to grow brand awareness and consumer demand for our wines in China, and we are very excited to further expand this partnership to include our popular Wolf Blass Red Label,” said Robert Foye, TWE’s President and MD Asia, Europe & Latin America. “JD.com’s deep understanding of China’s rapidly growing audience of wine consumers, commitment to providing the best imported wines, reputation for authenticity, and seamless logistics solutions make it the ideal e-commerce partner for us in China.”
“The addition of TWE’s popular Wolf Blass Red Label brand to our offering is an exciting development that reflects our strong collaboration with them over the past year,” said Carol Fung, president of JD.com’s Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Business Unit. “As demand for imported wine among Chinese middle class consumers continues to grow, JD.com is solidifying its position as the trusted go-to source for an ever-expanding range of top-quality imported wines. Our strategy of directly sourcing from leading international brands and introducing wines from outstanding wine producing regions allows us to offer consumers some of the best values on top wines from around the world.”