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DEFINITION: Apex is a development platform for building software as a service (SaaS) applications on top of Salesforce.com's customer relationship management (CRM) functionality. Apex allows developers to access Salesforce.com's back-end database and client-server interfaces to create third-party SaaS applications. Apex includes an application program interface (API) that developers can use to access user data  … 
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CRM SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  on Salesforce.com. This API allows developers to use common SaaS components, like Web widgets or a multi-tenant database, without the need to develop much of the infrastructure traditionally associated behind SaaS programs.Apex applications are usually hosted and run directly from Salesforce.com's servers. No installation on a user's local PC is necessary because of this hosting. A user simply purchases a given Apex program through AppExchange, Saleforce.com's Web portal for add-ons to CRM. The user is then able to access the program through the standard interface. Once created, an application … 

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