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Cargas, Salesforce enter consulting partnership

August 17, 2021 By    

Cargas has partnered with Salesforce, a business solutions company, to support Salesforce’s customer relationship management (CRM) products.

As a consulting partner, Cargas will implement and support Salesforce solutions for sales, marketing, service and more. Cargas will also implement integrations between Salesforce and other products, including Sage Intacct for enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs, and Cargas Energy, the company’s proprietary fuel delivery software.

“By adding Salesforce to our partnership portfolio, we ensure our customers get the best solution for their business,” says Esther Angell, vice president of CRM Products at Cargas. “And it doesn’t just benefit our customers; companies looking to upgrade their customer experience technology can come to us and evaluate two leading CRM products on the market: Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce.”

Through the partnership, Cargas becomes one of a few Salesforce certified consultants in south central Pennsylvania. Cargas says the partnership is part of its sustainable growth strategy, which aims to bring new jobs and opportunities to the company and to its community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

“We’re excited to add Salesforce expertise to our team so we can help our customers market, sell and support their customers,” says Nate Scott, president and CEO of Cargas. “This builds upon our 20-plus years of experience implementing, integrating and extending CRM applications for our customers.”

Cargas is an employee-owned software company with 161 employees. Cargas Energy, the company’s software for fuel delivery and HVAC service companies, integrates tools for fuel delivery, customer service, HVAC service and cylinder exchange operations.

Salesforce has received recognition for innovation from Forbes, PCMag and Gartner. The company takes a cloud-based approach to its software, seeking to help businesses access data at anytime and from any location.

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