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Techrockies: Salt Lake City-based Simplus, the venture-backed sales quoting software and services provider, said Friday that it has acquired CirrusOne, a provider of consulting services for the sales quoting and billing market. Financial terms of the buy were not announced....

Published by: Amy Cook, Silicon Slopes February 1, 2018 For the fourth year in a row, Salesforce in 2017 ranked №1 CRM Provider in an annual report by International Data Corporation (IDC), based on the market giant’s 26 percent growth. What does this mean to the average person, you might wonder? With its customer base of more than 150,000 and continued growth, it means plenty of opportunity...

Published by: Amy Cook, Money Inc January 31, 2018 Simplus, a Platinum Salesforce Partner and Quote-to-Cash implementation provider, has announced that it is offering the full portfolio of Salesforce Training as an official Authorized Training Reseller (ATR). In addition, since November, Simplus instructors have led Salesforce Configure, Price, Quote (CPQ) learning sessions in Chicago, San Francisco, and remotely on behalf of Salesforce in their training...

Published By: Karissa Neely, The Daily Herald November 16, 2017 A number of Utah companies ranked well on the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Domo debuted at 71 on the list, the highest of any Utah company. “This recognition is a testament to our team’s continuous focus on...

Salt Lake City-based Simplus, the provider of consulting services for Salesforce, has acquired CRM Manager, a consulting firm which is also backed by Salesforce Ventures, the company said on Monday. Financial terms of the acquisition were not announced. According to Simplus, the acquisition is its fourth since it received its Series A funding from Salesforce Ventures and others in Q3 of 2016....

Published by: Weldon Mckenzie, Simplus October 3, 2017 The ever so fondly-named ASC 606, otherwise known as the new standard in revenue recognition, is no policy to bat an eye at. Issued by both the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board, the new standard intends to, as Deloitte puts it, “replace the existing guidance with a single industry-neutral revenue recognition model that...