Facebookster Inc. Hires 100th Developer

According to Facebookster's CEO,

Salman Ghaznavi, it's not just about volume: "Quantity isn't actually our focus; we have a strong training regimen to constantly improve the skill sets of our developers, including working with external training institutes such as Adobe Certified Experts and iPhone specialists to constantly increase expertise and keep Facebookster on the cutting edge of app development."

In addition, Facebookster reports that they have migrated from a third-party CRM system to a new proprietary CRM, in order to better serve the needs of their growing and diverse clientele.

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