What's Going On With Salesforce Stock Today?

Salesforce Inc CRM shares are trading higher. The company announced general availability and pricing for its GPT-powered features Wednesday morning

What Happened: Salesforce announced general availability of Service GPT, Sales GPT and the Einstein GPT Trust Layer. 

Sales GPT will be included in Sales Cloud Einstein for $50 per user per month. Service GPT will also be included in Service Cloud Einstein for $50 per user per month. Both products include a limited number of Einstein GPT credits. 

"Salesforce’s generative AI features, which take an open ecosystem approach and are powered by real-time, proprietary data, are empowering every organization to tap into the productivity and efficiency benefits of AI while ensuring enterprise-grade trust and data security remain at the center," said Clara Shih, CEO of Salesforce AI.

What Else: Deloitte on Wednesday announced a new connectivity-based approach to ESG data collection and sustainability management that incorporates technology from Salesforce and AT&T Inc T.

AT&T's suite of asset management solutions provides direct connectivity with emissions sources and Deloitte Digital's Sustainability 360 offering, which is powered by Salesforce, provides a platform for ESG data management.

The collaboration aims to help organizations streamline processes, enhance data integrity and accelerate the identification of sustainability improvement opportunities.

Salesforce is scheduled to report second-quarter financial results on July 26.

See Also: Why VMware Stock Is Rising Wednesday

CRM Price Action: Salesforce shares were up 3.31% at $235.17 at the time of publication, according to Benzinga Pro.

Photo: courtesy of Salesforce.

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