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Salesforce CMO Quits

Stephanie Buscemi, Salesforce’s CMO, is leaving the company after more than 6.5 years and is being replaced by Sarah Franklin, Salesforce’s general manager of Platform. So reports Forbes.

salesforce“Change is constant, and our biggest leaps of growth are with change,” Buscemi tweeted. “After 6.5+ years, I've decided to leave @Salesforce for the next phase of my journey.” As of press time, there were no additional details about Buscemi’s departure.

Buscemi joined Salesforce in 2014 and has served in a number of roles since that time. As CMO, she led Salesforce’s 1,700 marketers.

Franklin tweeted that she is “incredibly humbled, honored, grateful to be working with the best team in the biz.”

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