With the news coming that Salesforce and Data.com are breaking up, a lot of businesses are scrambling around to find a suitable Data.com replacement for their business. This seems like the right time to switch allegiances, because no one wants to stick
These days businesses are all about staying one step ahead of their market, and in order to do that they need access to the best data available. Recent surveys showed that 81% of business owners believe that the key to their success and failure in the
Measuring sales performance in Salesforce should be simple. However, with so many different metrics involved, it gets confusing and tricky, especially if you’re not well acquainted. The standard way to measure sales is to track quota attainment or goal achievement, but those things mainly impact performance.
Although Salesforce has a powerful built-in data importing wizard, many advanced administrators prefer to use the third party data loader for moving records from one device to another. This is because the data loader is much easier to use and offers powerful features that you may not get with the built-in import wizard.
Salesforce makes it very easy to import leads, opportunities, and contacts into the right category during the data transfer process. In this blog post, we review how the Salesforce import data function is designed to improve the proper organization of accounts.
Salesforce is a leading CRM and lead generation platform that offers effective solutions for sales and marketing team. The platform is being used by thousands of businesses around the world to significantly improve their sales lead management function.
Data migration is an important task that should be performed with due diligence and care. The process is susceptible to errors and any mistakes made at the time of exporting the data, or uploading it to a new CRM system, can cause confusion and loss of productivity for the organization.