Having just achieved my 10th Salesforce Certification, Application Architect, I wanted to share a little about why I chose Salesforce consulting as a career change and what I learned in the process. If you’re working in sales and thinking about a career change to Salesforce, I hope it helps and if you want any advice, feel free to DM me on LinkedIn!
Based on several studies over the past 20 years, around 50-70% of CRM projects fail.
Getting it right isn’t easy; which is why Salesforce Consulting Partners like Appdraft exist. Here are just a few examples of the complexities that you’ll need to tackle; whether or not you’re into DIY!
Sales Forecasts help businesses understand how they’re tracking against revenue expectations.
The Forecast and Quota tools in Salesforce Sales Cloud are some of the most under-used but effective tools in the Sales Cloud suite.
This article looks at Forecasts in detail, together with some recent advancements in the Salesforce Spring ’22 release.
Xero is one of the most popular accounting apps for SME’s. Salesforce Sales Cloud is the world’s number one CRM. What happens when you combine the two? At the very least, you can expect the Sales teams to be able to focus their efforts more strategically on the right clients; but the sky’s the limit! […]
Brief explainer of the options available in Salesforce for integrating email
Top tips for making the most of Salesforce Sales Cloud; including leveraging automation, mobile experience and integrations.
The things no Salesforce Sales Cloud instance should be without!
Should you be worried about robots stealing your job? ‘Robots’ are an emotive epithet; is this just a continuation of a theme of efficiency driven by technology?
People love spreadsheets. They’re a comforting way to push data around and track changes. BUT, there are many reasons why spreadsheets don’t work beyond the most basic of use cases. Here’s why we shouldn’t be afraid to shake off the limitations of spreadsheets and move towards a database structure.
‘It’s a training issue’. ‘I’m afraid it’s user error’. We hear these justifications frequently in a customer service environment when something goes wrong. But how often should we really be attributing ‘user error’ to bad system design? Whilst it might be idealistic to say that the right system can design-out all propensity for error, it’s […]
‘I’m too busy’. ‘I’m not great with computers’. ‘I’ve got my rolodex, I don’t need a CRM’. Salespeople are a tricky bunch. The great ones have their idiosyncrasies and sales managers will often be inclined to overlook them as long as the team delivers new business. But a good team is only part of the […]