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- Salesforce.com Inc. has partnered with software developer Infoteria Corp. to develop a program that enables clients to link their office systems with its software and other leased programs for the smooth exchange of data. Companies that already have office systems for management of sales and accounting hesitate to use on-demand software products like those offered by Salesforce.com because they normally need to invest a big amount in order to remove redundant and outdated data when linking systems. The new program, a modified version of Infoteria's system-linking application Asteria 3 solves this problem. The new software will go on sale, priced at 4 million yen...

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