Revenue from the price change will be reinvested into the review process to reduce wait times for partners
Starting September 1, Salesforce.com customers will be paying a higher price for an initial security review of their paid apps for AppExchange.
Salesforce.com said the volume of apps in AppExchange has grown exponentially with the expansion of its partner ecosystem.
The company said revenue from fees will also be used to provide partner education around security and trust throughout the app design process as well as increase operational support to prevent unnecessary delays during the security review.
Stock exchange lowers latency and increases availability with HP
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