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CRM – Salesforce.Com Inc

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✔ COMPLIANT

★★★

IT Services & Consulting | USA

Business: PASS

Salesforce.Com Inc has cleared the Business screen. Its business activity is compliant with the Shariah standard. If you find this result mistaken or questionable, let us know in the comments.

Financials: PASS

The financials pass all the three standards we check against.

FTSE

Debt/A4.22%
Cash/A9.34%
(AR+C)/A9.34%

AAOIFI

Debt/MC1.34%
Cash/MC2.77%

DJIM

Debt/24MC1.32%
Cash/24MC2.91%
AR/24MC%

Total Analysts: 51

Recommendation Rating

1.8

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1 = STRONG BUY | 2 = BUY | 3 = HOLD | 4 = UNDERPERFORM | 5 = SELL

Analysts’ Price Targets

Mean 320.5

Low: 211.9

High: 385

Market cap208563900000
Assets66301000000
Dividends per Share
Revenue Growth28.7

Salesforce.com, Inc. focuses on customer relationship management (CRM) technology. The Company’s Customer 360 platform delivers a source which connects customer data across systems, applications and devices to help companies sell, service, market and conduct commerce from anywhere. It focuses on cloud, mobile, social, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI), which enables companies to transform their businesses. It also enables third parties to use its platform and developer tools to create additional functionality and applications that run on its platform. Its customers use its Sales offering to store data, monitor leads and progress, forecast opportunities, gain insights through analytics and relationship intelligence and deliver quotes, contracts and invoices. Its helps to connect their service agents with customers across any touchpoint. It also helps its customers resolve routine issues with predictions, recommendations and chatbots across digital channels.

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Responses

      1. But Saleseforce is not a financial company, how can they have interest income, I can’t get that? They produce CRM software, not give loans

        1. Because they use their extra cash to earn interest and make short-term investments. From their annual report: “Investment income consists of income on our cash and marketable securities balances.” In fact they mention in their report that this segment reduced due to low interest rates this year.