Conga (formerly known as AppExtremes) is the leading developer of software-as-a-service solutions that complement salesforce.com through the generation of complex documents, spreadsheets and associated process automation. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, Conga support hundreds of customers ranging from small businesses to the Fortune 500, including Andersen Windows, CNN, Kaiser Permanente, Procter & Gamble and Salesforce.com. Conga solutions are widely deployed by many of the leading salesforce.com consulting partners including akaCRM. Since the release of its first solution in 2007, Conga has been an avid supporter of nonprofit organizations through deep discounts and technical support for organizations including American Red Cross, Council on Foreign Relations, Heart and Stroke Foundation Of Ontario, Make-A-Wish, Stop Hunger Now and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The company also has a strong commitment to support of the environment through the purchase of alternative-energy credits to offset its energy use.
Conga Composer - Bring out the best in salesforce.com with Conga Composer, the most popular document generation and reporting solution on the AppExchange. Create quotes, proposals, account plans and more from custom objects, related lists and images! Conga Composer easily retrieves and merges fields from one or many related objects or lists into Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF form or HTML email templates – without programming. From a simple quote or proposal to complex account plans and activity reports, one click generates and delivers output to the desktop, via email, as an attachment, or for electronic signature. Template options include dynamic repeating tables, conditional hide/display tools and on-the-fly currency formatting. Template storage secures sensitive templates, allows pre-defined template selections and Template Groups for specific subsets. Beyond merging, a rich array of process-management features include saving copies of merge output, activity-logging and updating fields in source records.