Computer Futures, the specialist tech recruitment arm of UK-headquartered SThree plc, today announced they have been approved as a registered consulting partner of Salesforce in the US, UK, Benelux, DACH and Japan regions.

The news is a major boost to the company’s ambition to become the leading global Salesforce recruiter.

Computer Futures provides temporary and full-time staffing solutions to new and existing customers in all industries and across all the various cloud platforms within the Salesforce Eco-System.

In order to gain registered consulting partner status, Computer Futures had to undergo an extensive vetting process by Salesforce. The recruiter was able to demonstrate the expertise and resources necessary to help customers maximise the ROI from their investment in Salesforce solutions and products.

Avnish Kotecha, Director of Computer Futures’ Global Salesforce practice said: “We are delighted to have achieved partner status with Salesforce as this is a major step in our quest to become the most valued staffing partner within the Eco-system.

“Our Salesforce practice was launched 5 years ago and we have already provided staffing solutions to over 80 customers around the world. As a registered partner, we look forward to expanding our customer base while providing an even better service and expertise to our clients and candidates within the Ohana. We also look forward to partnering with account executives and customer success teams to ensure that all Salesforce customers are aware of how and where to source Salesforce talent in a market where demand far exceeds supply.”

Salesforce has a tiered program for registered partners with a scoring system determined by an annual evaluation of performance. The categories evaluated include the level of engagement by the partner with Salesforce, the amount of Trailhead expertise within the organisation and from success stories provided by customers.

Computer Futures has made a significant investment across all three of these areas, including the recent appointment of Salesforce expert, Stephanie Herrera as a Global VP. Stephanie said: “Since joining Computer Futures at the beginning of the year, I have been impressed by the level of expertise and dedication to the Ohana by Computer Futures across all the regions we operate in.

“At the moment, we have three major Salesforce businesses in the UK, USA and Benelux regions. Our goal for the remainder of 2019 is to expand in those regions while also growing our new business in Tokyo and launching in DACH. Becoming a registered Salesforce partner is a key milestone in that journey.”