Amplifinity understood the potential to take the concept of referrals and scale it digitally to create a consistent channel for demand generation and customer acquisition. The company envisions to become the leader in referral software for companies with direct sales. It continues to innovate for the needs of B2B companies with features that drive referrals from their customer and partner networks. In addition, Amplifinity continues to add value to its Salesforce Managed Package integration.
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