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ADM-201 Administration Essentials for New Admins ADM201

Exam ID : ADM-201
Exam Title : Administration Essentials for New Admins ADM201 (Salesforce)
Questions : 60
Pass Marks : 65%
Duration : 105 minutes
Exam Type : Multiple Choice

Administration Essentials for New Admins is designed for:
• New system administrators responsible for the setup, configuration, and maintenance of their organizations Salesforce applications
• Other groups that would benefit from deepening their knowledge of Salesforce, including power users, sales operations, and IT managers
You can take this course in person or in a virtual classroom. Participants can save travel expenses by taking the class virtually. Both formats provide demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and personal attention from the instructor as well as interaction with your peers. For the virtual class, all you need is a web browser and a telephone to watch, listen, and get hands-on experience with the application.

Customize your application, including page layouts, fields, tabs, and business processes
• Create a secure Salesforce environment
• Maintain and import clean data
• Create high-value reports and dashboards
• Set up workflow automation

Getting Around the App
• Understand the data model and navigation
• Find answers in Help & Training
Getting Your Organization Ready for Users
• Set up the company profile
• Configure the user interface
• Set up activities and calendars
• Configure search settings
• Set up Chatter
Setting Up and Managing Users
• Manage user profiles
• Create and manage users
• Troubleshoot user login issues
• Understand SalesforceA capabilities
• Set up Chatter Free and Chatter external users
• Understand Salesforce1 settings
Security and Data Access
• Restrict logins
• Determine object access
• Set up record access
• Manage record access with the role hierarchy
• Deal with record access exceptions
• Control access to events
• Manage field-level security
Customization: Fields
• Administer standard fields
• Create new custom fields
• Create selection fields: picklists and lookups
• Create formula fields
• Work with page layouts
• Work with record types and business processes
• Maintain data quality
Managing Data
• Import new records using import wizards
• Update existing records with the data loader
• Keep records up to date with Data.com and social accounts and contacts
• Mass transfer records between users
• Back up data with a weekly export
• Mass delete records
Reports and Dashboards
• Run and modify reports
• Create new reports with the report builder
• Filter reports
• Summarize report data with formulas and visual summaries
• Print, export, and email reports
• Build dashboards Automation
• Manage email administration
• Set up workflow rules and Process Builder
• Automate leads and cases
Managing the Support Process
For virtual classroom attendees, this content is delivered as an online module.
• Automate the support process
• Understand the Salesforce Console
• Enable collaboration in the Service Cloud
• Analyze support data with reports and dashboards

The Salesforce Certified Administrator test has the following characteristics:
 Content: 60 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions
 Time allotted to complete the exam: 105 minutes
 Passing score: 65%
 Registration fee: USD 200, plus applicable taxes as required per local law
 Retake fee: USD 100, plus applicable taxes as required per local law
 Delivery options: Proctored test delivered onsite at a testing center or in an online proctored environment. Click here for information on scheduling an exam.
 References: No hard-copy or online materials may be referenced during the exam.
 Prerequisite: None required; course attendance highly recommended

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Salesforce, the titanic San Francisco corporate software company, is conducting layoffs — a first this year for the tech behemoth.

Details remain sparse, but according to Protocol and a laid-off employee who posted on LinkedIn, about 90 employees were affected. (A majority of the affected staffers were contractors in the company's recruiting department, a Salesforce spokesperson told SFGATE; as we’ve previously noted, Salesforce has been vague about whether contracted workers count as “employees,” or “Ohana.”)

“While limited hiring continues, most departments have reached their hiring goals for the fiscal year,” a Salesforce spokesperson told SFGATE. 

During an especially tumultuous time for the tech industry, Salesforce appeared to be a rare anomaly: a tech giant continuing to thrive amid headwinds. Salesforce’s total revenue for fiscal year 2022 was $26.5 billion, a 25% year-over-year increase.

The company recently took over San Francisco with its latest iteration of Dreamforce, the company’s first in-person event since the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 40,000 people were in attendance. Still, during the conference, co-CEO Marc Benioff alluded to the idea of “some level of normalization” after the pandemic period of mass growth for Salesforce and other tech companies. 

“Everything is still bigger, but there is definitely some overage that has to be dealt with,” he said in a press conference during the event. “I don’t think anyone will disagree with that.”

In addition to the layoffs, Protocol reports, Salesforce is enacting a hiring freeze through January 2023. The move is small but significant; large tech companies, on the whole, have been reluctant to conduct layoffs even as startups and other fledgling companies are shedding employees. 

The Salesforce representative did not provide details about what severance benefits affected workers will receive.

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Killexams : Genie, the new data layer in the Salesforce platform that makes application silos disappear
(l-r) Muralidhar Krishnapasad, Steve Fisher, Rahul Auradkar (@philww)

After four years as CTO of eBay and a decade prior to that leading the engineering of Salesforce’s platform and brand, Steve Fisher had settled into a comfortable retirement two years ago, enjoying a state-of-the-art theater at his oceanfront home. But just as it seemed the credits were about to roll on his career, his phone buzzed.

It was a FaceTime call ... I looked down and my phone is buzzing and there's a picture of Marc [Benioff] and I thought ‘Oh that's unusual.’

The Salesforce CEO was calling to discuss the work his company had been doing to solve one of the most pressing challenges facing large enterprises today. Their customer data is trapped in a sprawling mess of digital marketing and CRM tools that have sprouted up over the years. Fisher knew from his own experience at eBay what it takes to bring all that data together, overlay it with AI, and then meet customer expectations for a consistent, relevant experience across touchpoints that vary from email, advertising, web and mobile to call centers. He'd also been thinking that this was a platform that all businesses, not just web giants like eBay, were going to need, as digital channels become ubiquitous. Fisher says:

I just was feeling the itch that somebody needs to build that platform. And that's when Marc called. And I said, 'You know, I think we need to build this platform.' And Marc said, 'Well, we're building it, so why don't you come over and help us out?'

Benioff introduced him to the team that were working on the project and Fisher was sold. He recalls:

I thought, I've just got to do this. I can't just spend the next 30 years watching movies and sitting on the beach. I've got to go build this product. And that's what I wanted to come back to do — build this product and really bring it to life across the entire Customer 360 ...

There's lots of companies that can deliver a piece of the solution, but who else can really put it together and really put the end customer at the centre and deliver that consistent, relevant, magical experience for them? I just didn't think that anybody else other than Salesforce could really do that. And it was just too compelling for me.

A step change in the Salesforce platform

The project, now called Genie, launched at Dreamforce last week. Like several of its competitors, Salesforce had been building a Customer Data Platform (CDP) to connect data across those separate application siloes and achieve a single ‘360-degree view’ of the customer — a long-promised goal that vendors still struggle to deliver. But it then decided to build something with a broader reach, able to bring together not just everything that marketers needed to interact with customers, but extending across every aspect of CRM, encompassing sales and service too. Fisher explains:

We launched a version of this for marketers that we called the CDP. That was our opportunity to prove out the technology, test out the technology, get some customers, get some feedback — but that wasn't really the vision. We're a CRM company and our vision is to provide personalized engagement across every touchpoint, human, digital, in-store. That's basically our mission, to build customer relationships.

Genie therefore represents a step change in the way that Salesforce architects the platform on which all its applications run. He elaborates:

I think now, with Genie, it's really probably the biggest step forward we've made since back in 2004, 2005. Bringing this hyperscale, real-time data, optimized for engagement, optimized for analytics, optimized for AI — but deeply connected into the Salesforce platform.

Under the surface of Genie

Genie's been described as a data lake, which technically is accurate, but as a metaphor conveys completely the wrong impression. We think of a lake as a smooth body of tranquil water, whereas Genie is a tumult of rapid cross-currents, at the nexus of countless weirs that channel the rushing inflows and outflows of data. At a briefing last week, Fisher and two colleagues outlined the key elements that Genie brings to the Salesforce platform. There's a lot of underlying technology that handles the massive data flows — my notes mention a "big data hyperscale infrastructure" — but what's really important is that Genie is a new layer of abstraction that normalizes data from multiple sources so that it can be analyzed and acted upon as a single dataset.

Data can come from any source, whether it's any of the Salesforce applications, from web or mobile interactions, or via an API from other enterprise applications and data stores, and it's then turned into a Salesforce data object by applying any of over fifty extensible data models, or customer graphs, which cover entities from people and accounts to consent, loyalty, security and so on. These out-of-the-box data models can be tuned to specific requirements and they can apply fuzzy matching with probabilistic scoring to help automate the process of ingesting data. There's an identity resolution tool that automatically joins up records across different IDs for the same individual. Muralidhar Krishnaprasad, EVP Software Engineering, who leads the Genie project, explains why these graphs are important:

The power here is this. These are virtual models. That means even though your data is coming from a hundred different sources, you can logically map to this model so that the rest of your applications don't have to worry about what your schema was.

Working on this normalized data, it's then possible to view standardized segments, dashboards and calculated insights or trigger actions such as business flows, customer journeys, or the creation of reports in Tableau. For example, Health Cloud is now shipping a unified health score that aggregates all the device feeds from customers or patients. In another example, marketers can create segments and then personalize experiences or commerce journeys.

Genie has a multi-layer structure to accommodate data sources with different cadences, ranging from real-time to batch, and a real-time cache layer is able to respond to requests within milliseconds, which is essential for certain customer-facing applications. Administrators can specify dataspaces with restricted access to a slice of data, which allows specific teams or business units to work on their own projects without impacting others. Data can also be exposed into Snowflake without copying or into AWS Sagemaker to create complex ML models.

Playing in three CRM product segments

Another way of looking at this is that Salesforce has broken down the silos that separate data between applications and built a common data layer that not only feeds all its CRM applications but is also available to machine learning, AI and analytics. Effectively, the data has become 'headless' although Salesforce doesn't align itself with the new generation of composable commerce and content vendors that take a more best-of-breed ecosystem approach to CRM.

Curious about where Genie is taking Salesforce, I asked David Schmaier, President and Chief Product Officer at Salesforce, for his take on the trend towards composable applications. His response was that Salesforce views the CRM market as falling into three segments based on product architectures. The first of these is the declarative CRM market. He explains:

We're by far the leaders in the declarative CRM market, declarative meaning it comes out of the box, and you can use clicks not code to tailor it to the way your business works, and we even go further than that with industries. We're bigger than the sum of everybody else in that space.

There's a self-subscribe CRM market, a product-led segement which targets small businesses with ready-to-run, packaged solutions. Salesforce plays here too, as he explains:

That's where we launched Salesforce Easy, which is really for SMBs, sort of a simple C360 Suite. We took it from 27 clicks to sign up for Salesforce to three. You put in your email, you put in your credit card, and bam, you're in. And then you can import your contacts and you're off and running. And we think this is really cool. We have a whole Easy initiative just to make everything easier and simpler.

The other segment is the API-first CRM market, characterized by headless commerce and content vendors, in which best-of-breed components are co-ordinated via universal API management. Salesforce is the leader here too, he says, quoting a recent study by API platform vendor Postman which finds Salesforce is by far the leading source of APIs that businesses call. But while Salesforce is able to support a composable approach, he sees this as a smaller market, limited by the challenges of co-ordinating this kind of architecture. But Salesforce still accommodates customers that want to take this approach, as he explains:

Even though we sometimes lead with the declarative approach, if somebody really asks for a composable headless architecture, we listen, we don't mandate. The customer's really always right.

My take

Don't underestimate the importance of Genie. It's a major upgrade to the data layer within the Salesforce platform, and a fundamental break with the traditional vertically-stacked architecture of enterprise applications. This has been forced by the need to deliver data instantly wherever it's needed, whether that's in customer interactions where, as Schmaier likes to emphasize, "milliseconds matter", or to expose ever-larger datasets to machine learning and data analytics. This is the inexorable pressure of the move to Frictionless Enterprise with its emphasis on real-time response and on-demand resources.

The next question this raises in my mind is whether Genie represents Salesforce moving towards what I've started calling a Tierless Architecture, in which data becomes an API-first resource that's available to any touchpoint or service. I find Schmaier's response here interesting. Salesforce still leads with what he calls a declarative product, in which the application comes ready-built but with huge choice in how it's configured. He sees that as distinct from the composable market, where the engagement layer is more flexible and therefore requires a greater level of technical resource to deliver a finished application. I suspect the distinction is more a matter of degree. The composable vendors are on track to provide more toolkits and templates to get closer to an out-of-the-box offering, while Salesforce is providing more and more flexibility in how the application is structured. Genie may be a pivotal moment towards the convergence of these two approaches, and I expect to see continuing pressure on Salesforce to maintain its momentum towards a more composable architecture.

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Killexams : Do You Think Salesforce (CRM) can Yield Strong Results in the Long-Term?

Oakmark Funds, an investment management company, released its “Oakmark Select Fund” third quarter 2022 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. The fund declined 5.9% in the third quarter, roughly in line with the S&P 500 Index. For the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2022, the fund fell 23.6% compared to a 15.5% decline for the S&P 500 Index. In addition, you can check the top 5 holdings of the fund to know its best picks in 2022.

Oakmark Funds discussed stocks like Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) in the Q3 2022 investor letter. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) is a technology company that provides customer relationship management technologies to connect companies and customers. On October 11, 2022, Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) stock closed at $142.57 per share. One-month return of Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) was -11.05% and its shares lost 49.87% of their value over the last 52 weeks. Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) has a market capitalization of $142.57 billion.

Here is what Oakmark Funds specifically said about Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) in its Q3 2022 investor letter:

Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) has become a dominant global player in sales, customer service, commerce and marketing software over the past 20 years. The company earns 80% gross margins and grows 20% organically. Plus, virtually all of its revenue is recurring. We see Salesforce as a great business that we’ve admired from afar for a long time. More recently, the organization has made some changes at the top that prompted us to take a closer look at the stock. New CEO Bret Taylor and CFO Amy Weaver are bringing a culture of financial discipline. We believe this renewed focus on profitability and capital return, combined with Salesforce’s strong underlying business characteristics, will yield strong results. The current valuation of 3.9x next year’s revenues represents a significant discount compared to publicly traded peers and recent private market values in the software space that have similar growth profiles. We view this discount as an opportunity to invest in a great business at a good value.”

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Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) is in 10th position on our list of 30 Most Popular Stocks Among Hedge Funds. As per our database, 116 hedge fund portfolios held Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) at the end of the second quarter, which was 114 in the previous quarter.

We discussed Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) in another article and shared the list of best stocks for long-term growth. In addition, please check out our hedge fund investor letters Q3 2022 page for more investor letters from hedge funds and other leading investors.

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Killexams : Salesforce Launches Automotive Cloud

Salesforce today launched Automotive Cloud, a product for automakers, dealers, and automotive finance groups that is powered by Driver 360 and uses industry-specific automation, intelligence, and real-time analytics across the customer and vehicle life cycle.;

Automotive Cloud is designed to help deliver exceptional service and experiences across every customer interaction, drive revenue through better lead conversion and collaboration, and leverage industry-specific automation, intelligence, and real-time analytics.

"The automotive industry is facing a new digital imperative amid massive upheaval brought on by the rise of direct-to-consumer models and the dawn of the electric vehicle age," said Achyut Jajoo, senior vice president and general manager of manufacturing and automotive at Salesforce, in a statement. "But, with great disruption comes great opportunity, and companies accelerating into the digital-first future with technology like Automotive Cloud can gain a competitive edge while simultaneously future-proofing their businesses."

With Automotive Cloud, marketers can rank and route qualified leads to local dealerships. Dealer managers can view purchase agreements over time to track the performance of inventory and find out which dealers are meeting forecasts. Service teams can set up alerts notifying them when leases are about to expire or automatically remind customers when they are due for an oil change or alert them about product recalls.

Salesforce Automotive Cloud includes the following features:

  • Driver Console, which provides service teams with a view of every customer interaction through continuous touchpoints and customized alerts, from car browsing and purchase history to service journeys over time.
  • Household Management, which allows automotive companies to bring together their data to create a holistic picture of household vehicle ownership and previous interactions so they can personalize support, offers, and sales.
  • Vehicle Console, which gives access to vehicle information, such as odometer readings, vehicle market value, and real-time service and repair information.
  • Automotive Data Foundation, which encourages interoperability, intelligent data protection, global regulatory compliance, and data sharing.
  • Automotive Lead Management, to enrich leads with unique customer and vehicle history so marketers can route the most high-value leads straight to their preferred dealerships along with a complete snapshot of their wants, needs, and histories.
  • Dealer Performance Management, which allows users to analyze dealership performance by region and monitor lead pipelines to coordinate sales agreements, site visits, partner collaborations, demand forecasts, and channel incentives.
  • Flow for Automotive, which provides automation with click-based configuration and integration tools for branded and automated experiences like vehicle order status updates or shipment delay notifications.
  • Analytics for Automotive, with purpose-built dashboards that provide an overview of sales and business performance, customer and asset life cycle, and revenue trends.
  • Salesforce Genie, to unify customer and vehicle data across channels and interactions, such as customer inquiries, service requests, and vehicle data into a single, real-time customer profile.
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Killexams : Salesforce to drive digital transformation and job creation in SA

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Killexams : Top 10 Salesforce Consulting Companies in India 2023

Salesforce is the number one savvy CRM platform for all types of businesses. Recognized by market leaders for CRM technology, Salesforce delivers out-of-the-box solutions by integrating the latest technology. Salesforce is committed not just to connecting with the CRM industry but also representing the future of business across diverse industries. Even though the basic functionalities of Salesforce alone help companies to stand out, integrating them with the latest technology like artificial intelligence, machine learning and many more can bring outstanding results. Salesforce’s secure and creative cloud technology allows users to be enhanced and updated with every single innovation to keep them up and running at the most pace.

As Salesforce is one of the most used CRM in various industries such as banking systems, financial services, enterprises and insurance sectors, retail, healthcare, ed tech, government and almost every other sector. The adoption rate of Salesforce development for digital services and cloud over the past two years. Due to the increased number of proficient and budget-friendly offerings, various organizations around the globe reach out to salesforce development companies in India to get better service offerings.

To efficiently leverage this platform to maintain customer relations, businesses might need a suite of compatible and quality solutions in Salesforce development. The Salesforce development companies in India offer organizational operations and promote a notable enhancement in customer retention for various industries. There are diverse Indian Salesforce consulting companies available, but it's essential to find the right Salesforce partner that provides customized solutions as per the business requirements. Examining each and everything takes sufficient time. After executing in-depth research and analysis, the team of TopSoftwareCompanies.co has shared the list of the top 10 Salesforce consulting companies in India in 2023. To make this list trustworthy, the team has researched many companies from Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi and all major states in India.

The List of Top 10 Famous Salesforce Consulting Companies in India 2023

1. Hyperlink InfoSystem
Hyperlink InfoSystem established its business in 2011 as a mobile app development company that delivers top services like AI, IoT, Big Data, Salesforce, Metaverse, NFTs, and many others. With 11+ years of experience in the IT industry, the company has worked with more than 2,500+ global clients for their custom tech requirements. Hyperlink InfoSystem is recognized as one of India's leading Salesforce consulting companies. They deliver extensive Salesforce development services, including planning, designing, and implementing Salesforce solutions. Furthermore, the company analyses CRM identifies growth opportunities, and provides the best business solutions.

2. Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp.
Cognizant, which was founded in 1994, is a top supplier of Salesforce services, including design, consulting, implementation, and support. To deliver the finest project in accordance with clients' needs, they are consistently improving their Salesforce competence.

3. IBM
IBM enables Salesforce Einstein and IBM Watson to transform your processes by releasing the potential of data across Salesforce clouds. They carry out this activity over the whole Salesforce platform and the customer life cycle, including sales, marketing, customer service, and commerce.

4. Accenture
Accenture is one of the top international partners for Salesforce. When it comes to developing, fostering, and advancing transformative talents using Salesforce products, they are a dependable leader. Accenture has completed over 1529 Salesforce projects. They encourage innovation to Excellerate how our lives function.

5. TCS
TCS provides customers with profitable and affordable services and enables them to make use of the full range of Salesforce products, TCS uses a broad cloud-based platform in Salesforce. With experience in several sectors, the company's staff of Salesforce specialists and developers numbers over 4 million.

6. FPT Software
FPT Software is a global technology and IT services provider headquartered in Vietnam, with more than USD 513 million in revenue and 20,000 employees in 26 countries. As a pioneer in digital transformation, the company delivers world-class services in the Smart factory, Digital platforms, RPA, AI, IoT, Cloud, Salesforce, AR/VR, BPO, and more.

7. Crowe LLP
Crowe LLP is a public accounting, consulting, and technology firm with offices around the world. Crowe uses its deep industry expertise to provide audit services to public and private entities. The firm and its subsidiaries also help clients make smart decisions that lead to lasting value with its tax, advisory and consulting services, helping businesses uncover hidden opportunities in the market – no matter what challenges the markets present.

8. Grazitti Interactive
Grazitti Interactive is an international strategic partner, assisting brands to grow with their CRM strategy, paving the way for long-term growth. It is trusted for its extensive expertise, innovative solutions and products, and outstanding support throughout. Salesforce’s technology and expertise are connected together to allow them to transform your sales, marketing, and commerce cloud strategy.

9. Zensar
Zensar has been a reputable partner for over 10 years and is a Salesforce Silver Consulting and Implementation partner. It is positioned to oversee customers' accolade-winning initiatives in the manufacturing, financial, insurance, and retail sectors.

10. HData Systems
HData Systems delivers all of today's trending innovation solutions, including Blockchain, Big Data Analytics, Data Science, Salesforce Development, Artificial Intelligence, and many more. HData Systems delivers eye-catching solutions to businesses, starting from startups to enterprises, to achieve their goals efficiently with better decision-making strategies to boost their ROI.

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Killexams : Salesforce Automotive Cloud creates ‘single source of truth’ for auto industry

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After financial services, health and education technology, Salesforce is focusing on the auto industry with the launch of Automotive Cloud, a dedicated product to help key industry stakeholders make the most of the data available to them.

In the digital age, the auto industry is witnessing an unprecedented transformation, with vehicles being more connected than ever and new selling and servicing models (like D2C and subscriptions) coming to the fore. The shift has increased the volume of data available to all involved parties, starting from companies manufacturing the vehicles to dealers and financers making them available to customers.

However, when it comes to mobilizing this wealth of information for customer benefit or revenue growth, companies have traditionally struggled. According to McKinsey, only 1% of automotive customers are fully satisfied with their car-buying experience, and just a quarter of automakers and dealers believe their companies have adapted well to selling online.

“The automotive industry is facing a new digital imperative amidst massive upheaval brought on by the rise of direct-to-consumer models and the dawn of the electric vehicle age,” said Achyut Jajoo, SVP and GM of manufacturing and automotive at Salesforce. “But with great disruption comes great opportunity, and companies accelerating into the digital-first future … can gain a competitive edge while simultaneously future-proofing their businesses.” 

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To make this happen, Salesforce has introduced Automotive Cloud. The product uses Driver 360, which leverages the full power of Customer 360 to create a single, real-time view of the entire customer and vehicle lifecycle for automakers, dealers and automotive finance groups. It brings together information from all available sources, including customer interactions and milestones, helping automakers not only deliver improved service and experiences, but also drive revenue through better lead conversion and collaboration.

Driver 360 offers out-of-the-box solutions with industry-specific data models and processes, including driver console, vehicle console and AI and analytics capabilities. 

The driver console, as the company explains, provides service teams with a complete view of every customer interaction through continuous touchpoints and customized alerts, from car browsing and purchase history to service journeys. This enables teams to effectively personalize support, offers and sales. Similarly, the vehicle console stitches together comprehensive vehicle information, such as odometer readings, vehicle market value and real-time service and repair data, for automaker, dealer or finance groups.

Meanwhile, under AI and analytics, the Automotive Cloud provides intelligent automation with click-based configuration and integration tools to simplify the building and delivery of branded and automated experiences, such as vehicle order status updates or shipment delay notifications, to help team members complete more tasks with fewer resources. It also offers purpose-built dashboards that provide a detailed overview of sales and business performance, customer and asset lifecycle and revenue trends to drive efficiencies at scale.

Adoption already underway

Multiple auto industry players, including Astara and Toyota Financial Services, are already looking to use Salesforce Automotive Cloud to transform customer experiences. The solution will be generally available starting from October 17, 2022.

“With Automotive Cloud, we will be able to increase the competitive advantage for our entire mobility ecosystem by connecting customer data and vehicle management together within the same platform,” Antonio Rodríguez López, chief strategy and transformation officer at Astara, said. “This will allow us to deliver the best customer experience and to increase our customers’ lifetime value.

According to Salesforce’s own research, 93% of auto industry leaders think that first-party data (similar to that used by the Automotive Cloud) will help substantially Excellerate the overall customer experience — whether during the vehicle browsing, purchasing, financing or post-purchase phase.

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Killexams : Demand Generation Software Market Analysis, Research Study With Oracle, DemandGen, Salesforce

New Jersey, United States, Oct. 07, 2022 /DigitalJournal/ The Demand Generation Software Market research report provides all the information related to the industry. It gives the markets outlook by giving authentic data to its client which helps to make essential decisions. It gives an overview of the market which includes its definition, applications and developments, and manufacturing technology. This Demand Generation Software market research report tracks all the recent developments and innovations in the market. It gives the data regarding the obstacles while establishing the business and guides to overcome the upcoming challenges and obstacles.

Demand generation software helps marketers expand their reach into new markets, drive consumer interest, promote new products, create PR buzz, and re-engage existing customers. These solutions can be used to Excellerate conversion optimization and sales cycles. The demand generation software market is growing globally owing to ease of implementation, integration options, mobile support, and customer service facilities. Rapid industrialization, infrastructure development, digitalization, and continued population growth are generating demand for new products and services, driving the demand generation software market.

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Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:Oracle, DemandGen, Salesforce, DemandBase, Marketo, Tableau, HubSpot, Integrate, Trello, Unbounce

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Firstly, this Demand Generation Software research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Demand Generation Software report.

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Brand Advocacy Software, Gamification Software, Lead Generation Software, Loyalty Management Software

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SMEs, Large Enterprises

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Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

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Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

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Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

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Chapter 12 Global Demand Generation Software Market Forecast

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Killexams : Acrobat Sign enhances e-signature capabilities with Document Builder for Salesforce

Sellers sell. That’s what they’re born to do. And that’s what the companies who hire them rely on them to do. But there’s so much more to making deals than the handshake. It still takes hours, days and sometimes even weeks to track down all the required data and put together accurate sales documents. And the more time sales representatives spend creating documents, the less time they can spend on selling. From finding opportunities and creating relationships to understanding the customer’s needs and finding the right solution, sales is a process, filled with documents – opportunity reports, sales contracts, service agreements and so many more.

These documents have traditionally been created manually because they contain customised data – SKUs, pricing, terms and conditions, industry- or location-specific requirements and more – that is specific to each customer, situation and deal. Salesforce users typically store this type of information in Sales Cloud, which gives everyone across the organisation access to important documents.

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For years, Acrobat Sign has integrated with Salesforce to help organisations like yours close business faster with trusted e-signatures. Adobe is adding Document Builder to Acrobat Sign for Salesforce — at no additional charge. Now you can automate the time-consuming process of creating sales documents and close deals even faster while freeing up your sales representatives to do what they do best – sell. Contact Dax Data, local Adobe distributor, to find out how your organisation can achieve this with Acrobat Sign.

Automated document generation

Document Builder is a strategic new addition to the Acrobat Sign for Salesforce integration that enables sales teams to automatically generate accurate, data-driven documents in Salesforce instantly.

With Document Builder in Acrobat Sign for Salesforce, your organisation can:

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Acrobat Sign has been proven to help customers close business faster and reduce costs. According to Forrester Consulting’s Total Economic Impact of Acrobat Sign report, Acrobat Sign delivered 30% faster transaction speeds and generated a staggering 519% return on investment. And organisations that integrate Acrobat Sign with Salesforce boost productivity even more with the ability to send, track and archive approvals inside the sales platform they rely on.

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