Salesforce.com pumped out a lot of news and information at its Dreamforce 2014 conference last month. Now the company is following up with a series of webinars for folks ready to study up on the new technologies announced at the show: Project Wave, Lightning and Customer Success Platform.
Dip in from the comfort of your desk and continue learning about new Salesforce.com offerings and best practices for managing sales territories. Attend in real time to ask questions and interact with fellow participants. Register soon to hold your spot.
An Insider’s Discussion with the Creators of Salesforce1 Lightning
Tues. Nov. 11, 2014 1:00 pm Eastern
Learn how your team can use the latest Salesforce1 Platform Lightning products to build innovative apps for every device shape and size. Join Salesforce.com experts Jon Sigler, SVP of Platform Product and Andrew Waite, VP of Platform Product.
Project Wave: Salesforce Analytics Cloud
Wed. Nov. 12, 2014 at 3:00 pm Eastern
Project Wave helps sales organizations get and analyze data to deliver targeted business insights. Learn how GE Power & Water is using Salesforce Analytics Cloud, with help from PwC, to enable its sales organization to find new opportunities and grow revenue effectively.
A Sales Executive’s Guide to Making 2015 a Blowout Year
Thurs. Nov. 13, 2014 at 1:00 pm Eastern
Join sales and marketing experts as they discuss best-in-class, modern sales techniques and technologies, guaranteed to get you closer to your customers while setting your sales teams up for success. With Apttus CMO Kamal Ahluwalia and Ceridian’s Larry Dunivan.
Best Practices for Territory Management
Tues. Nov. 18, 2014 at 1:00 pm Eastern
Sales territories influence everything from how you staff and retain your sales teams, to how well they perform, to how much visibility you have into your sales performance. Yet many organizations find territory management a challenge. Join Data.com experts and Kevin Micalizzi from Salesforce.
Best Practices for Data Governance and Stewardship in Salesforce
Tues. Dec. 9, 2014 at 11:00 am Eastern
When managing customer data, it’s important that everyone in the organization treats it as a corporate asset. Understanding the people, processes, and systems that consume that data is a good first step. Then, establish best practices for managing that data that meets the needs of both users and the organization. Join experts from Data.com and Traction on Demand to learn more.