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rima khanrima khan 

I have built a replacement for Salesforce.com/Force.com, and need some feedback.

Over the last 4 months I have built a substantially decent attempt at a replacement for the Force.com platform (the backend API platform, the metadata layer, and the front-end UI/UX). Small set of screenshots here:
http://imgur.com/a/8MT42
I'm at the point now where it is very usable for a technical user base, and I'm looking for some feedback on how to effectively promote it and grow an initial userbase.
I know I'll never compete with Salesforce (or all of the other CRM vendors) on pure CRM, but given the sheer size of that marketplace and the flexibility of my solution (completely metadata flexible, very rich architecture design options, pure Universal Javascript, etc..).
Also, so as to not bury the biggest feature: It can be database-agnostic (on a per-schema/object basis), which means you don't HAVE to store all of your data in the cloud, you can mix and match some data there with old data in your HR space or Oracle DB, or mix in a few Redis/Cassandra clusters.. It is quite flexible.
rima khanrima khan

Over the last 4 months I have built a substantially decent attempt at a replacement for the Force.com platform (the backend API platform, the metadata layer, and the front-end UI/UX). Small set of screenshots here:
http://imgur.com/a/8MT42
I'm at the point now where it is very usable for a technical user base, and I'm looking for some feedback on how to effectively promote it and grow an initial userbase.
I know I'll never compete with Salesforce (or all of the other CRM vendors) on pure CRM, but given the sheer size of that marketplace and the flexibility of my solution (completely metadata flexible, very rich architecture design options, pure Universal Javascript, etc..).
Also, so as to not bury the biggest feature: It can be database-agnostic (on a per-schema/object basis), which means you don't HAVE to store all of your data in the cloud, you can mix and match some data there with old data in your HR space or Oracle DB, or mix in a few Redis/Cassandra clusters.. It is quite flexible.
my issue has been solved!!

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