reported revenue growth of 22%, bringing its quarterly revenue up to $4 billion — 22% year-over-year growth for the San Francisco-based software giant. The company cited organic and inorganic growth with its acquisitions of Tableau, and ClickSoftware.

“Following an outstanding quarter, we’re raising our FY20 revenue guidance to $16.9 billion at the high-end range,” said co-CEO Marc Benioff during an analyst call.” With our Customer 360 vision, Einstein AI and the millions of Trailblazers innovating on our platform, Salesforce has never been better positioned for the future.”

customer data platform (CDP) space, as he and co-CEO Keith Block referenced its Customer 360 platform several times during Thursday’s analyst call. While the list of CDP vendors grows to help marketers pull together their data, Benioff said that’s something Salesforce has been working on for “the past twenty years.” We can expect to hear more about Customer 360 at Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference in November.

“Now, we have really been very strategic in building out our Customer 360 platform. This is our vision that really is at the heart of what’s happening at the fourth industrial revolution,” Benioff said during Thursday’s call. “Everybody knows, the fourth industrial revolution is under way. Everyone and everything is getting connected. But behind all of those things is the customer.”

Benioff expects Customer 360 will be a “huge growth engine” for the company over the next decade.

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