Nexternal Makes Ecommerce Solution Available on Salesforce.com’s AppExchange 2

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The Commerce Connector is a free turnkey application integrated with Sales Cloud 2

Nexternal is a great option for customers who want an integrated shopping cart platform.

Nexternal Solutions is proud to announce its Commerce Connector Application has been added to the salesforce.com AppExchange 2. The Commerce Connector is a free turnkey application that automatically pulls sales, product and customer information from Nexternal’s Ecommerce System into the Sales Cloud 2. Commerce Connector automatically books transactions performed and translates them into won opportunities records for customers. Sales and customer service employees now automatically have a holistic view of their customer’s ecommerce activities including order information within the Sales Cloud 2.

Alex Gile, president of Nexternal states, “Late last year we noticed something interesting; a number of our high volume clients were also using salesforce.com. We thought it would make sense to provide a free turnkey integration that could be used by all of our clients, not just those with large integration budgets. Salesforce.com is the clear leader in cloud computing so aligning ourselves with them provides tremendous benefits to merchants who use both systems.”

Kendall Collins, chief marketing officer at saleforce.com says, “Nexternal is a great option for customers who want an integrated shopping cart platform. Now companies doing either b2b or b2c ecommerce can visit AppExchange 2 and add ecommerce to their Sales Cloud 2 implementation with a few clicks.”

The development effort was led by Jerry Hewett, senior developer at Nexternal. Hewett states, “The Commerce Connector lives in the cloud on AppExchange 2. Mutual clients simply check a box and the Commerce Connector will pull in order information from their Nexternal storefront. It's about as simple as it gets.”

The first install of the application was done by Steve Steiner who runs DAMMAD Inc. Steiner had been looking for an integration shopping cart application for a long time and was thrilled to see Nexternal pop up on AppExchange 2. “I now have a beautiful, super functional shopping cart that feeds data directly into my salesforce.com account. I couldn’t be happier.”

About the Force.com Platform and AppExchange

Force.com is the only proven enterprise platform for building and running business applications in the cloud. The Force.com platform powers the Salesforce CRM (http://www.salesforce.com/) applications, more than 800 ISV partner applications like those from CA Technologies, FinancialForce.com and Fujitsu, and 160,000 custom applications used by salesforce.com’s 77,300 customers such as Japan Post, Kaiser Permanente, KONE and Sprint Nextel. Force.com also enables developers to make any enterprise app social by leveraging the social collaboration components including profiles, status updates, and real-time feeds available with Chatter.

Applications built on the Force.com platform can be easily distributed to the entire cloud computing community through the salesforce.com AppExchange 2 marketplace http://www.salesforce.com/appexchange/, now featuring the ChatterExchange.

About Nexternal Solutions

Nexternal Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of web based ecommerce software. Founded in 1999, the company’s unique ecommerce system is used by hundreds of clients in many diverse industries. Nexternal’s software features an always on screen shopping cart with integrated marketing and fulfillment tools allowing merchants to maximize revenue while minimizing operating costs. Nexternal’s software was rated five out of five stars by Internet.com and is a three time Codie awards finalist. Clients include Alcoa, Hershey, Taser, Chandon, and USA Today. With locations in Carlsbad, CA and New Canaan, CT, Nexternal provides industry leading customer service. For more information, contact Nexternal Solutions, Inc at 800.914.6161 or http://www.nexternal.com.

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