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Salesforce took a horizontal turn when it bought Quip

When Salesforce purchased Quip last summer for $750 million, it seemed on its face to be an unusual acquisition for the cloud CRM company. Salesforce tends to go hard for more vertical targets like Demandware, which it purchased for 2.8 billion last June. In fact, at a press conference this week at Dreamforce, Salesforce president, vice chairman and COO — yes, he has all those titles…
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