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In 2006, Rob Stevens and Martin Tyte founded BrightGen. They formed a Salesforce partnership back when Salesforce was still mainly just a CRM. When we were taking black cabs not Ubers and staying in hotels instead of Airbnbs.
They saw potential for other businesses to modernise, achieve their goals and transform using Salesforce technology. Traditional IT systems and services had a poor reputation: complicated, cumbersome and ineffective. Worst of all, they would de-prioritise customer care and long-term success.
Rob and Martin vowed to change all that. Helped by the flexibility of the Salesforce platform, we began freeing customers from laborious legacy systems. The results for customers were greater efficiency and the ability to adapt in ever-changing environments allowing them to power ahead of the competition.
BrightGen’s model was to provide an exceptional level of Salesforce skill – people with the knowledge of the platform that could help any organisation use it to full effect. In addition, we understood the importance of a fast return on investment. So from day one, our consultants and project managers have gained a detailed understanding of a customers’ business before making fundamental changes or recommendations.
Now, more than ten years on, not only is BrightGen still thriving. We have delivered more than 600 successful implementation projects. We commit to hiring and nurturing the best Salesforce talent, and we do the right thing for each customer.
Our growing business remains one that places a great importance on fairness and its customers’ long-term strategy. Through our three main services – Projects, Service Management and BrightGen-developed apps – we enable organisations to reach their potential. More than a decade after we started our Salesforce partnership, we still believe in guiding customers to success with:
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