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Acteva Offers Salesforce.com Partner Program
The program is designed to allow the Salesforce user to take event registrations from their existing Web site or invite any combination of leads, contacts and campaign members to participate in an event, and then check their participation status in Salesforce.
One firm which no doubt qualifies for the program is Idealist Consulting, since it has recommended ActevaRSVP to over 150 of their active clients. Rob Jordan, President of Idealist Consulting, said aside for the association with the company, "we obtained a royalty-free license of their product, ActevaRSVP, which we gave to one of our clients to use as a showcase for prospective clients."
As a member of the program, Salesforce CRM consultants get a directory listing on ActevaRSVP.com, co-marketing opportunities - including joint press releases, case studies and events - and access to ActevaRSVP product management and Tier 2 technical support.
They also qualify for a royalty-free license to ActevaRSVP Unlimited Edition, estimated by Acteva (News - Alert) at a $1,740 annual value. And as part of Salesforce.com Foundation's Power of Us program, ActevaRSVP will be donating an ActevaRSVP Nonprofit Enterprise license to any one qualified nonprofit of each partner's choosing.
The objective of this corporate philanthropy program is to provide Salesforce.com partners with a model to make contributions to their communities through a donation of time, equity, and products to nonprofits who need their expertise.
Acteva's participation will include donating its RSVP tracking for Salesforce CRM. This functionality lets Salesforce.com's nonprofit customers take registrations and track RSVPs for all types of free events, including meetings, workshops, trainings, seminars, retreats, volunteer programs, parties and what have you.
David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi