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Reprints Desk Medical Reprint Service Now Available to Life Science Professionals on the Force.com AppExchange
Date:5/19/2009

Reprints NRx for the Force.com AppExchange saves time for reprint buyers by integrating the quote and order initiation process from within Salesforce CRM

Santa Monica, Calif. (PRWEB) May 19, 2009 -- Reprints Desk, Inc., the content workflow company, today announced the availability of Reprints NRx for the Force.com AppExchange from salesforce.com. Built using the Force.com platform, Reprints NRx for the AppExchange is a procurement service that enables buyers in healthcare marketing and communications, sales, product management, and medical affairs, to request quotes and place orders for reprints of peer-reviewed articles from within Salesforce CRM. Buyers of article reprints use them in promotions and in educational programs.

Salesforce CRM customers and prospects can deploy and test drive Reprints NRx for the Force.com AppExchange and also watch a video demonstration, download an informational datasheet, and view screenshots, specifications and other information by visiting the Force.com AppExchange from salesforce.com online at https://www.salesforce.com/appexchange.

"Reprints of peer-reviewed research add significant value to marketing and educational efforts in life sciences-oriented industries," said John Blossom, President and Senior Analyst at Shore Communications, Inc. "The Reprints NRx service for the Force.com AppExchange enables sales and marketing professionals in life sciences to order and to track the distribution of high-quality custom reproductions of these materials as a direct part of their workflow in the Force.com platfor
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