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Slides from 'Mobile Marketing: Stay Engaged Wherever You Are', a Dreamforce Session hosted by Seesmic's founder and CEO, Loïc Le Meur.

Slides from 'Mobile Marketing: Stay Engaged Wherever You Are', a Dreamforce Session hosted by Seesmic's founder and CEO, Loïc Le Meur.

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  • 1. Mobile Marketing:Stay engaged Wherever you are
    Loic Le Meur, Seesmic @loic
  • 2. Safe Harbor
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  • 3. Loic Le Meur
  • 4. A few mobile social enterprise stories
  • 5. Generate leads even when they’re flying
  • 6. More flying: change a whole airline pricing on a Sunday using mobile
  • 7. Generate millions in revenue without any marketing: LeWeb
  • 8. Get 1.5 million people to download an app without any advertising
  • 9. Generate 200+ leads in a few hourswithout sending an email
  • 10. Mobile+Social are changing the way we do business
    Less email
    Almost no difference between professional time and personal: identities are merging
    Need to constantly interact > more mobile
    Why would enterprise software and devices be boring? People don’t want BBs, they want iPads
  • 11. The whole sales process is changing
    Generate a lead
    Know everything about this lead
    Use latest updates to make your meeting more enjoyable and efficient
    Follow your contact on the spot
    Add him to CRM with minimum effort
    Add history of calls, emails, meeting notes
  • 12. The Future of Mobile CRM Starts Now
  • 13. Demo time!
  • 14. Enterprise needs: Administration & Security
    In the Salesforce.com Interface, the Org Administrator:
    Grants Access Rights > Seesmic CRM reflects them.
    Manages Custom Fields > Seesmic CRM displays them.
    Three-tier security:
    Secured connectivity with Salesforce,
    Local database encryption,
    PIN code protection.
  • 15. Features: This is just the beginning…
    Custom Objects
    Real-time Notifications
    Full Chatter integration
    Social context
    Deep integration in the device
    Tablet support
    … And more, based on customer feedback
  • 16. Seesmic’s Commitment to Mobile CRM
    (Coming Soon)
    Windows 7
    (Coming Soon)
    Beta for Android (Today)
  • 17. Next Steps
    Download Seesmic CRM for Android Beta:http://seesmic.com/androidcrm
    Schedule a one-on-one demo:Booth: 1430Email: salesforce@seesmic.comPhone: 415-864-5642
    Stay tuned for Seesmic CRM updates:Email: salesforce@seesmic.comBlog: http://blog.seesmic.com
  • 18. Loic Le Meur
    CEO, Seesmic
    Twitter @loic
    Google Plus bit.ly/loicplus
  • 19.
  • 20. Lead
    Home Screen
  • 21. Create Lead
    Manage Fields
    Create Lead, Contact,
    Task, Event
  • 22. Tasks
    Sort Task
    Create Task