Now it can be told – QuickBase’s Biggest Customer

Well, we’ve been pretty excited over the last few weeks, as we have been working with a big new customer. We have finally gotten permission from his communications team to be allowed to talk about his use of QuickBase.

Santa Claus is now a QuickBase customer.

Listen to interviews with the QuickBase team on what the announcement means to us:

Read the whole story at: http://www.accesspr.com/in/qbs/santabase/index.html

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  • http://webappsatwork.blogspot.com/ Jane McCarty

    Poor Santa! I can’t even imagine how he is going to handle all the stuff he has to each next year, let alone the money he should pay for licensing that application.

    http://webappsatwork.blogspot.com/2008/12/santa-youd-better-watch-out.html

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  • http://webappsatwork.blogspot.com Jane McCarty

    Poor Santa! I can’t even imagine how he is going to handle all the stuff he has to each next year, let alone the money he should pay for licensing that application.

    http://webappsatwork.blogspot.com/2008/12/santa-youd-better-watch-out.html

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  • Mike Chatelain

    Funny! Way to go QB Team! (Please switch my status field on the big man’s list to “nice” — thanks.)

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    Philip Gross Reply:

    Sorry, Mike. We don’t have the ability to change status on Santa’s lists; Even us QuickBase folks can’t see users data unless it is shared with us.
    You’ll have to earn that present on your own merits!

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  • Mike Chatelain

    Funny! Way to go QB Team! (Please switch my status field on the big man’s list to “nice” — thanks.)

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    Philip Gross Reply:

    Sorry, Mike. We don’t have the ability to change status on Santa’s lists; Even us QuickBase folks can’t see users data unless it is shared with us.
    You’ll have to earn that present on your own merits!

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