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JET BI on Top Salesforce Consulting Firms

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05 June 2017
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According to the reputable B2B research platform, Clutch.com,  JET BI was listed on the Top Salesforce Consultants and Consulting Firms.

The rating is independent, based on the clients’ reviews, overall performance indexes, and successful Salesforce projects.  We believe that certified developers, dedicated QA team, and individual approach to each project became our success recipe.

Earlier JET BI was listed on the ‘Top Force.com Developers & Consultants’. We are proud to keep the strong position among SFDC service providers and to retain our title of trusted business partner. We are also pleased to be named among top Salesforce consultants and we are set up to keep on delivering high-quality consulting services and developing best Salesforce solutions to our clients.

  • Salesforce implementation and customization
  • App development for ISV`s
  • Systems integration

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