10 Benefits of Using Salesforce for Your Business
Hiring an Assistant vs. Hiring Oppty: A Cost Benefit Analysis
In today’s business climate productivity hacks like automation and data integration are no longer perks to new technology; they’re necessities.
Phenomenal new tools and processes arise every year, but they’re missing seamless workflow and integration amongst platforms. Fortunately, integration is ripe throughout Salesforce, alongside virtually any productivity feature you could imagine.
Still not sold? Here are a few more reasons why you should use Salesforce for your business.
Benefits of a Single Platform from an Employee's Perspective
When busy work gets to be a little too much, an assistant is often one of the first few thoughts that gets thrown on the table.
Within the United States, the average time to hire an administrative assistant is approximately 35 days, not including the time it takes to get your new employee up and running (which can take upwards of 1-2 years depending on work experience). In addition to your time, an average hires costs around $7,654 to completely onboard.
Is there a cheaper option?
5 Ways IT Will Change in the Next 10 Years
As someone who’s been in your shoes, we recommend you consolidate to a single platform for your day-to-day activities, especially for the sake of your employees.
What do your employees get out of this?
How Your Salesforce Administrator will Thrive while Working with Oppty
Your IT team definitely feels like a necessity with the advent of new tech in almost every industry, however, IT has stagnated towards a very reactive position in the marketplace. Your database falls off the face of the cloud and you’re left flailing your arms in frustration.
We know, it’s definitely not the first time you’ve felt that way. We’ve been there...
Therefore, It isn’t a question of if, but when your systems and software will have some down time.
Fortunately, new tech, trends and business models are paving the way for the better, as we can expect to see some great innovations on top of what we’ve seen already that’ll deal with these roadblocks as proactively as possible.
5 Reasons Why Today is the Best Time to Implement Salesforce
Some of the best things in life come in pairs. What’s salt without pepper? Peanut butter without jelly? Optimization without Oppty?
This mantra rings true within Salesforce throughout the Administrator / Partner relationship. Every company that decides to set up shop with Salesforce doesn’t have both, but we do recommend a look down both avenues.
How has Tech Changed in the Last Decade?
When is the best time to implement Salesforce?
The real answer is day one of your business ventures... The second best answer is yesterday, and a nice runner-up is as soon as you finish reading this…
Benefits of Using a Single Platform
The past ten years have seen the inception of self-driving cars, virtual reality gaming, and thousand-dollar smartphones that run better than most computers you could get your hands on in 2009.
Tech is opening new doors as the live, work, and play environment evolves towards less downtime and more uptime, as we continue to filter out the monotonous aspects of life to focus more on deep, meaningful work.
Why Do So Many Salesforce Implementations Fail?
Growth is an essential part of survival in the lifecycle of a business, however, that process isn’t always as smooth as it can appear.
The evolution of a business’ environment goes through a myriad of iterations from adding employees and locations to adding a bunch of different software.
Wait… a bunch of different softwares? That sounds like it can get messy.
It can and does. Fast.
With the proper direction & Salesforce partner your business’s software will be the foundation to build a rocket upon and scale it to the moon.
This is the reality of a proper Salesforce implementation.
It’s something to be excited about!
When the company leadership knows the direction this can go, having the right understanding and attitude comes naturally and it trickles down.
Many have failed without this understanding.