Vision-e’s Readies eContacts Application for Salesforce Government Cloud Use

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eContacts allows users to take a picture of their business card with a mobile device and upload the data as a Salesforce Lead or Contact. The new clearance allows government organizations and agencies to adopt eContacts for use within their Salesforce Government Cloud organization.

Vision-e announced today that its mobile business card application, eContacts, is ready for Salesforce Government Cloud adoption. Government Cloud is backed by Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) approvals, allowing government agencies to use eContacts with the support of a cloud infrastructure build specifically for U.S. federal, state, and local government customers, government contractors and federally funded R&D Centers.

eContacts, a mobile application that allows users to take pictures of business cards and upload them to their CRM as leads or contacts, was launched in March of this year on the Salesforce AppExchange. Now that eContacts is Government Cloud ready, it is accessible to government employees who use the Salesforce platform.

“The process of readying eContacts for .Gov cloud use ensures that government users of Salesforce feel confident in our application’s security,” Jule Limoli, Vision-e Chief Executive Officer, said. “Our goal is to continue to innovate to provide our customers with best-in-class applications.”

To learn more about eContacts, visit the Salesforce AppExchange.

About Vision-e:
Vision-e is a Salesforce ISV partner and provider of sales solutions that helps businesses of all sizes and budgets streamline their organization to become more productive, efficient and profitable. Founded by sales professionals who believe customers come first, no matter what, Vision-e provides one-of-a-kind business productivity applications and customized, enterprise services from certified Administrators.

For more information on Vision-e, go to or call 1-888-611-2679. Vision-e is headquartered in Fairfield, NJ.

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