SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Salesforce.com Inc on Thursday reported better-than-expected quarterly sales of $835 million, backed by strong sales of its cloud-based services. The company, which provides sales and marketing software to companies like Coca-Cola and Ford Motor, beat analysts' revenue forecasts of $831 million. For its 2014 fiscal year, which began Feb. 1, Salesforce expects sales of between $3.82 and $3.87 billion, inline with Wall Street ...
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