MIL’s partnership with the CRM company has facilitated an increase in the number of workers on Salesforce-based projects and in its customer base, MIL said Monday.
The company added it currently works on Salesforce projects with the International Trade Administration, Securing America’s Future Energy and BOMI International.
Marisa Daily, MIL executive vice president, said the company looks to expand its offerings, gain growth opportunities for its personnel and address client needs under the new partnership.
The company said its areas of expertise in Salesforce include enterprise Web presence management, knowledge management, aggregated search, enterprise customer registration and profile management, strategic consulting, CRM Web integration as well as system audit and training.
MIL also noted its Salesforce evangelist Sarah Deutsch has been recognized as one of the top performers in the Salesforce community and received a Salesforce MVP award.
MIL provides professional services in financial and administrative systems, information technology, engineering, C4 integrated systems and cybersecurity to its federal clients, including the State Department, Commerce Department, Justice Department, Treasury Department and Federal Aviation Administration.