The 4 Stand Out Aspects of Salesforce Summer 11
It's All About Revenue
JUNE 10, 2011
While this release is not heavy on features by Salesforce.com standards, the company has been on an acquisition spree as of late and the Dreamforce keynote only a few months away, so I expect to see a lot more in the works. For me, four things in this release stand out: The rapid development of Chatter features. Salesforce.com’s development of numerous Force.com features and tools. The commitment to deliver features requested by Salesforce users. Analytics continuing to be a top level feature. Analytics. Chatter. Force.com.
May The Force Be With You: 4 Takeaways From Cloudforce 2011
It's All About Revenue
MARCH 4, 2011
Salesforce.com thinks the SaaS industry is ready for a re-launch. Cloud 2 ” is now the fundamental underpinning of Salesforce.com’s application strategy. Embracing this new reality, Salesforce is rolling-out a number of new social features. If implemented properly, these features will create a social media command center baked into the proven Service Cloud application. Again this question is routed directly to an agent for response. A new agent console, and enhanced analytics to manage the increased data follow. by Andrew Sinclair | Tweet this. VMforce.
Genoo Aims to Shake Up Marketing Automation Market
FEBRUARY 14, 2010
The company’s new marketing automation platform enables users to create complete websites as well as microsites and landing pages, automatically send emails triggered by specific actions, configure lead scoring, and integrate with Salesforce.com. Additional marketing users (with full editing privileges) are $49 per month, while sales users (access to leads only, with ability to update information about a lead, synchronize with their Salesforce.com account, view lead interest profile or push leads back to nurturing from within their Salesforce.com account) are $9.95 per month.
Treehouse Interactive Refines Its Features and Targets Larger Firms
Customer Experience Matrix
NOVEMBER 29, 2010
Summary: Treehouse Interactive has been slowly enhancing its marketing automation system with features that appeal to experienced users. One telling statistic is that about half its new customers are replacing an existing marketing automation system – a sure sign that Treehouse offers features that only an experienced marketer will realize are missing from other products. A bit of background: Treehouse’s started in 1997 with the Sales View sales automation product. The system also has an “instant polling” feature to embed surveys within any Web page. Here's an update.