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    S2 A009  Tobin 091907 S2 A009 Tobin 091907 Presentation Transcript

    • Visibility and Control with Sales Analytics Track: Sales II: Advanced Strategies Thomas Tobin, salesforce.com Jennifer Wobser, FFF Enterprises
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    • Agenda  How to get a good picture of sales performance  The Current dashboard  What can help from the Summer ’08 Release  How FFF Enterprises uses the latest features  The NEW and improved dashboard  What’s coming next in the Winter ’08 Release  What to take away from Dreamforce
    • What do you care about?  You care about how your sales are performing  Sales admin, or a sales manager, or Salesforce admin, or even the VP of sales  And these are the questions you want answered  What leads are coming in?  What deals are in what stages?  What deals should come in?  Which customers is the company talking to?  That sales users can make their own reports?
    • Current Dashboard
    • What is behind your current dashboard?  “Run As” admin user to see all data - state of the company Activities filtered on number of opportunities Count of leads by lead date < “last 7 days” per stage status Converted leads, Number of opportunity Leads by company conversion date < “last per close/lost reason name create date < 7 days” “last 7 days” Activities list filtered on date < “last 7 days”
    • How did we start making it better? 1) Pictures of the past, present and future  Opportunity trend report  Opportunity history to see changes  Opportunities by stage 2) KPIs in metrics – e.g. opportunity close ratio
    • What will help you from the Summer ’08 Release  Custom Report Types  Make the Report Wizard do what you want  Top-N  Make tabular reports limited and available in dashboards
    • Demos  Custom Report Type Creation  Top-N report
    • Jennifer Wobser FFF Enterprises, IT Admin jwobser@fffenterprises.com
    • All About FFF Enterprises Company Logo Here The Nation’s Largest Bio-pharmaceutical Distributor Nationwide distribution of biopharmceuticals, plasma products, vaccines, and trial drugs - Commitment to making a difference in healthcare • INDUSTRY: Biopharmaceutical Distribution • EMPLOYEES: 200+ • GEOGRAPHY: Headquarters based in Temecula, CA • # USERS: 90+ • PRODUCT(S) USED: Premium Support, Voice2Insight, AppExchange Mobile, and 6+ AppExchange Applications
    • Why we are heavy users of custom reports at FFF  Track sales and activities  Compare outside and in-house reps  Get metrics on time invested vs revenue  Reps view sales history on account  Reps target existing accounts with few recent activities and historical purchases  Management and metrics  Executives track sales reps and have targets for their activities  Metrics are tailored to each rep by territory and department
    • Our key challenges to report adoption FFF Salesforce Users:  Want to create reports easily  Want to only see the fields that they are familiar with  When editing reports, would get lost in the fields Salesforce Admin:  Would like the users to be self sufficient in running their own reports  Wants the reports to resemble data entry screens
    • How we solved the adoption problem  Custom Report Types drive adoption if built appropriately  It pays to build Custom Report Types for “normal users” with commonly used fields  Users love the simplified experience!  Custom Report Types allowed us to separate reporting on fields from our two divisions
    • What are the benefits of custom reports?  Custom Report Types offer fewer fields to choose from in a much cleaner format
    • What frustrated our sales reps & executives  No ability to view customers/accounts by actual invoices ranked highest to lowest  Could not target customers for opportunities by ranking customers with low sales on invoices  Needed to drill down from a ranked dashboard to a report with accounts ordered the same way
    • The solution to our visibility constraints  Created and deployed Top-N report for use in dashboard  Ranked Report on our Custom Object: Orders & Items by Total Sale – Descending
    • Salesforce.com Thomas Tobin Senior Product Manager, Analytics ttobin@salesforce.com
    • What’s coming in Winter’08, and how will that help me?  Floating column headers  View 1000’s of result rows and still know what the 14th column is  Custom Report Type schema will allow reports on:  Reports, Dashboards, Dashboard components, Folders • manage existing reports better as an admin  Territories • Create CRTs when using Territory Management
    • Demos from Winter’08  Floating column headers  Report on reports and dashboards and folders  Clone Custom Report Type  Can’t show you  Territories in Custom Report Types
    • What you can do to improve your sales analytics?  Which metrics are most important to your sales organization?  How can you get these from Salesforce?  Do you need extra data?  Use force.com pages, and force.com code to move legacy apps into salesforce.com  Use connectors like the informatica on-demand system to move data into salesforce.com
    • What metrics are good for you? What behavior do you want to encourage?  Converted lead %  Custom summary field on converted lead report  Opportunity win rate  Custom summary field on opportunity report  Avg opportunity length  Field on opportunity for close-open date  Average of that field for closed opportunities
    • How do you slice your sales data?  When you analyze your metrics, you slice them by dimensions:  Team, department, geography, inside vs outside sales  Time  Product / family  These are the groupings in the reports – you can have 2 levels of groupings in a dashboard chart
    • Going further with General Analytics partners  Carousel from DreamFactory  PPT-style visualisations  CognosNow from Cognos  Bring salesforce.com data into the CognosNow applicance  Crystal from Business Objects  Enterprise-standard toolset reports on salesforce.com data  JasperSoft  On-demand complex report creation  QueryAmp/Pro  Bring salesforce.com data into Excel  Visual Mining  On-demand data warehouse with leading presentation  VisualSmart from Synergex  OLAP cubes on salesforce and other data
    • Going further with sales-analytics partners  Aha! Software  Predictive pipeline analytics  Centive compel  Commission and sales performance  Cloud9  What’s changed in opportunities, pipeline view  Forcelogix  Sales performance optimizer  HarvestGold  Sales productivity  Lucidera  Forecast-to-billing, sales trend analysis  TrueComp from Callidus  Sales performance analysis
    • And even further with other domain partners  Corda • Service & support analysis  Domodomain • Web analytics in salesforce.com  Mimira • Product pricing analytics  Omniture • Web analytics  QuickArrow • Professional services analysis  vtrenz • Marketing campaign analysis
    • What to take away from Dreamforce Look on the blog – blogs.salesforce.com/analytics  Use google reader – pick up the list of analytic blogs  Download the analytics packages list there from the AppExchange  Do you need data from Salesforce and another packaged system?  Do you need a data warehouse?  What partners can help you get the reports you want
    • Session Feedback Let us know how we’re doing! Please score the session from 5 to 1 (5=excellent,1=needs improvement) in the following categories:  Overall rating of the session  Quality of content  Strength of presentation delivery  Relevance of the session to your organization Additionally, please score each individual speaker on:  Overall delivery of session We strive to improve, thank you for filling out our survey.
    • QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION Thomas Tobin Product Manager, Analytics Jennifer Wobser Business Systems Analyst and Salesforce.com Administrator