Sunya Norman is Director of Sustainability at Salesforce, where she leads sustainability communications and stakeholder engagement initiatives. She is also a champion of Pledge 1%, an integrated philanthropy movement Salesforce cofounded to encourage other companies to leverage their resources for social impact.

Sunya is passionate about creating happy, healthy communities. She has an MBA from Presidio Graduate School, a BA from Brown University and over ten years of experience building sustainability programs at diverse organizations, ranging from nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies. Her best days involve bringing people together, problem solving and crafting stories to inspire change. We caught up with her for an interview, marking Earth Day.

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SAN FRANCISCO —April 17, 2019—Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced new Einstein services that enable admins and developers to build custom artificial intelligence — all with just a few clicks or a single line of code.

The use of AI has become increasingly prominent in business. More than six billion predictions are generated every day by Einstein AI capabilities embedded across Salesforce, putting the power of machine learning at the fingertips of millions of sales, service, marketing and commerce professionals. Einstein enables business users to be smarter and more productive, so they can spend time and resources on what matters most — their customers.

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This year Forrester recognized Salesforce as a leader in low-code application development in its recent report “The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development Platforms for Application Development & Deployment Professionals, Q1 2019.” On the Salesforce Platform team, we believe it’s for good reason — we’ve been a pioneer in low-code application development since the company’s founding in 1999.

Forrester found that the vendors evaluated in this report offer a comprehensive declarative development approach, one that allows professionals to define data, logic, flows, forms, and other application artifacts without writing code. Vendors also support many business use cases.

Forrester specifically called out Salesforce’s strong features for data and content management, identity and access management, platform administration, and event-based apps, anchoring the product’s value as a development platform. Salesforce’s robust partner roster and long list of security certifications were also highlighted as strengths.

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SAN FRANCISCO—March 20, 2019—, the social enterprise of Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, is bringing the power of Salesforce Einstein Artificial Intelligence to empower nonprofits and higher education institutions of all sizes, enabling them to deepen engagement with their constituents and students, make smarter decisions and operate more efficiently. During AI for Good Week, will showcase how innovative organizations including College Forward, Reading Partners, Arizona State University and Taylor University are using Einstein to accelerate their impact.

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ORLANDO, FL – HIMSS 2019 –Feb. 11, 2019 – Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today delivered new innovations to Salesforce Health Cloud that improve healthcare through connected, intelligent patient engagement. Health Cloud brings the world’s #1 CRM to healthcare, enabling providers like Piedmont Healthcare and 180 Health Partners to personalize patient interactions and improve outcomes. With new Social Determinants of Health capabilities, care teams have a complete patient profile, empowering them to connect the care journey and deliver the personalized experiences that patients expect.

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NEW YORK  NRF 2019: RETAIL’S BIG SHOW – January 14, 2019 – Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced new innovations across its Commerce Cloud platform that enable companies to bring artificial intelligence, visual search, inventory availability services and more to an entirely new generation of commerce experiences. Today, discovering and shopping for products doesn’t happen exclusively on ecommerce sites, and brands need agile and flexible ways to stay ahead of where shoppers research or transact next. The latest advancements in Commerce Cloud empower companies to embed innovative commerce experiences into every customer touchpoint – through voice, in mobile or social apps, in store, in marketplaces and even in connected products.

Click here for more information On how Salesforce is bringing artificial intelligence, visual search, inventory availability services and more to an entirely new generation of commerce experiences!

Built on the Salesforce App Cloud, the new Lightning Experience combines the new Lightning Design System, Lightning App Builder and Lightning Components to enable anyone to quickly and easily create modern enterprise apps.

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