Salesforce Is Rumored To Be Paying Big Bucks For Another Company [Updated]

By: Chris Crum - July 9, 2012

Update: It’s no longer a rumor. GoInstant made the announcement. According to AllThingsD, the price was $76 million.

Saleforce is getting ready to buy GoInstant for over $70 million, according to the Wall Street Journal, who cites “people familiar with the matter”.

Neither company has officially confirmed the rumor.

GoInstant offers a co-browsing product, which lets two or more people browse the web together.

“Think of GoInstant as a ‘3rd browser in the cloud’ where multiple participants connect and co-browse together,” the company says.

GoInstant

Other recent Salesforce acquisitions include ChoicePass, Buddy Media and Stypi.

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