“Our momentum going into Dreamforce positions us for a strong finish for the year, closing fiscal year 2014 at $4.05 billion,” Benioff said.
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“We’re heading right to $5 billion next year,” he said. “There is just no other enterprise software company delivering this kind of growth.” (To be fair, the veracity of that claim depends on how you define “enterprise software company." SAP saw its Q3 revenues hit $5.4 billion. Adobe, conversely, clocked about $995 million.)
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