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Fargo's Sundog picks up manufacturing award

FARGO-A Fargo marketing and technology company recently picked up an award for its work in manufacturing.Sundog Interactive, which is headquartered in Fargo, 2000 44th St. S., and also has an office in St. Louis Park, Minn., was awarded "Best Bol...

Sundog employees (from left) Johnathon Rademacher, Allison Pankratz, Greg Ewing-Lee, Damie Berkey, Bobbiann Froemke, Ryan Sybrant and Chuck Tomanek represented the business Nov. 7, 2017, at the 2017 Lightning Bolt Trailblazer Awards in San Francisco. Special to The Forum
Sundog employees (from left) Johnathon Rademacher, Allison Pankratz, Greg Ewing-Lee, Damie Berkey, Bobbiann Froemke, Ryan Sybrant and Chuck Tomanek represented the business Nov. 7, 2017, at the 2017 Lightning Bolt Trailblazer Awards in San Francisco. Special to The Forum

FARGO-A Fargo marketing and technology company recently picked up an award for its work in manufacturing.

Sundog Interactive, which is headquartered in Fargo, 2000 44th St. S., and also has an office in St. Louis Park, Minn., was awarded "Best Bolt for Manufacturing" Nov. 7 during the first annual Lightning Bolt Trailblazer Awards in San Francisco.

Salesforce, a San Francisco-based cloud computing company, honored award recipients at its Dreamforce 2017 event that put the spotlight on its partners and customers across several industries.

Sundog was recognized for its partnerDRIVEN Market Share Analysis Bolt solution, now available on the Salesforce Bolt Marketplace, that gives manufacturers an interface to look over data, set quotas or prepare for upcoming sales periods.

The business has worked with manufacturing clients for more than two decades and has worked with Salesforce as a partner since 2007.

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"This award from Salesforce, our largest partner, truly distinguishes Sundog as a leader in the manufacturing space," Chief Technology Officer Johnathon Rademacher said in a written statement.

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