Marc Benioff - Quotes

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You must always be able to predict what's next and then have the flexibility to evolve. ---->>>

The world is being re-shaped by the convergence of social, mobile, cloud, big data, community and other powerful forces. The combination of these technologies unlocks an incredible opportunity to connect everything together in a new way and is dramatically transforming the way we live and work. ---->>>

The future of communicating with customers rests in engaging with them through every possible channel: phone, e-mail, chat, Web, and social networks. Customers are discussing a company's products and brand in real time. Companies need to join the conversation.

The future of communicating with customers rests in engaging with them through every possible channel: phone, e-mail, chat, Web, and social networks. Customers are discussing a company's products and brand in real time. Companies need to join the conversation.

Presentation skills are key. People who work for you represent your brand. You want them to present themselves - and represent you - in a certain way. ---->>>

I always knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I started my own software company in high school and went to college to study entrepreneurship. ---->>>

Journalists immediately think of me as a resource for a quote or comment because they know that I will be available to offer fresh insight and meet their deadlines. ---->>>

You can do things in every part of the world. You can do things in every discipline. You can do large things, you can do small things. But it takes a while to figure out what you actually want to do. And it changes. As you change your interests and desires in philanthropy change, I think you have to be open to that change. ---->>>

In business, we say that people overestimate what you can do in a year and underestimate what you can do in a decade. This is true in philanthropy as well. ---->>>

Learning how to interact with customers is something that anyone starting any business must master. It's an amazing opportunity to be able to learn the ropes at an established company and then employ your expertise at your own company. ---->>>

Most of all, I discovered that in order to succeed with a product you must truly get to know your customers and build something for them. ---->>>

I love software and I love technology. ---->>>

I think the most surprising thing about giving is it takes a while to find out what you're really interested in and what you really want to do. ---->>>

The only constant in the technology industry is change. ---->>>

If someone asks me what cloud computing is, I try not to get bogged down with definitions. I tell them that, simply put, cloud computing is a better way to run your business. ---->>>

My approach to politics is that I'm not a Democrat or a Republican. I'm an American and I always support candidates I think are great for the country. ---->>>

There are a lot of politicians who are just obstructionists. ---->>>

Although I loved working on technology - I've always been a computer geek at heart - my professors encouraged me to get a real-world job working with customers. ---->>>

I have failed a lot in my philanthropy, where I will make philanthropic contributions and they just won't be effective. ---->>>

In school all I wanted to do was build technology. That's what I loved. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-25, 1964
Birthplace: San Francisco, California
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Occupation: Businessman
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Marc Russell Benioff (born September 25, 1964) is an American internet entrepreneur, author and philanthropist. He is the founder, chairman and CEO of Salesforce, a large enterprise cloud computing company. As of March 2016, he owns approximately $3 billion worth of Salesforce shares. Benioff started Salesforce in March 1999 in a rented San Francisco apartment and defined its mission in a marketing statement as “The End of Software” (wikipedia)