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Salesforce, which provides customer relations technology, will announce the plan this week while management is in France, UBS analyst Brent Thill said in a note.

Europe currently accounts for only 18 percent of the company's revenues, yet the segment is growing the fastest at 41 percent, Thill noted.

A new local data center in the U.K is expected this year, with similar centers planned for France and Germany in 2015.

"This could open pent-up demand and further accelerate growth," said Thill, calling Salesforce "one of our top large-cap growth ideas."

Thill, currently traveling in France with the company's managers, maintains a Buy rating and a $58 target.

Salesforce traded recently at $57.21, down 1.36 percent.

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