Successful Salesforce implementations all begin with a methodical approach to preparation. While the actual plan may end up looking different from organization to organization,
Why do customers still experience fragmented interactions with brands? Businesses are drowning in customer information but starving for the wisdom to improve the customer journey.
Now that Dreamforce 2015 is rapidly approaching, I wanted to share my thoughts on how to make the most of it. A lot has changed since my first
As part of their increased emphasis on industry-specific solutions, Dreamforce is offering more sessions specifically focused on the Insurance industry than ever before. Many of these sessions
Now that the Salesforce Agenda Builder is live, the sheer number of sessions can be overwhelming. There are lots of informative sessions, but decisions have to be made on which ones you attend.
In our final installment of our Surviving Dreamforce 2015 series, we discuss how you can network both with apps and in social settings. Missed the first two posts in the series?
Catch up here: Part 1 and Part 2.
Dreamforce 2015 is a just over a month away. To ensure that you are prepared, here is Part 2 of our mini blog series, Surviving Dreamforce 2015. If you missed Part 1 – Planning Ahead – you can find it here.
Even for seasoned veterans, Dreamforce can be a little bit daunting. With this mega-conference coming up in just a couple of months, we’ve polled our team to get the best tips and tricks to help you survive this incredible week in San Francisco.
Dreamforce is Salesforce’s largest annual event and is a huge deal in the cloud computing world. It consistently surpasses attendees’ expectations by showcasing new technologies, respected speakers, and innovative case studies.
Raw data imports and a dashboard designer are among new mobile features for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud.
According to a recent Harvard Business Review study, business success is now more dependent than ever on the customers’ relationship with the company. Yet while customer service demand rises, so continues an increase in business’ demand for better data and analytics.
As Salesforce.com’s Sales Cloud continues to improve and mature, you will start to hear the term “Customer Success Platform” rather than Customer Relationship Management. While the Sales Cloud aims at making sales