CRM Report: eForce Sees Revenue Spike

Privately-held eForce, a provider of e-business strategies, said Monday that its revenues rose 115 percent for the first quarter of the year to $4.3 million and its work force expanded rapidly to keep up with a growing customer base.

The Hayward, California-based company added dot-com clients, Guru, and others to its client list last quarter. The company also signed alliances with CRM providers during the quarter.

eForce’s Fortune 1000 clients include the Bank of America, Visa International, Charles Schwab and Intel.

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