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    Strategies for Measuring and Securing ROI with Salesforce Strategies for Measuring and Securing ROI with Salesforce Presentation Transcript

    • Strategies for Measuring and Securing ROI with salesforce.com Rick Davis, SunTrust Bank Senior Vice President, Commercial Information Services Scott Williams, salesforce.com Engagement Manager, Global Enterprise Services
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    • Key Things to Take Away….
      • How to begin the ROI process?
      • Why are your business challenges the key to the equation?
      • Why is user adoption so critical to ROI?
      • How effective solution design contributes to ROI?
      • Examples of proven Salesforce related ROI measurements and metrics
    • Agenda
      • Introducing your Session Leaders (5 min)
      • SunTrust Implementation Overview (15 min)
        • SunTrust Bank Profile
        • Proof of Concept / Pilot
        • Data Strategy
        • Integration Strategy
        • Training Strategy
        • “ The SunTrust Playbook”
      • SunTrust – Building a Business Case/ROI (30 min)
      • Q&A Session (15 min)
    • SunTrust Bank Profile
      • Seventh Largest Bank in US
      • 1700 branches
      • $179 billion in assets, $122 billion in deposit
      • Serves 5 million households
      • 550,000 business clients
      INDUSTRY: Banking EMPLOYEES: 35,000 GEOGRAPHY: Southeast US PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, Service & Support # USERS: 2700 BU’s Deployed: Commercial Banking, Business Banking, Private Wealth Mgt, Leasing, Commercial Banking Service Center, Commercial Loans, and Treasury Mgt Help Desks
    • 100 User Pilot – Proof of Concept
      • Objectives
      • Configurability – Can the application support the business objectives?
      • Time to Market – 60 to 90 days including integration
      • Usability & Adoption
      • Data Migration & Integration capabilities (SunTrust resources)
      • Training – Determine the right approach
      • Execution
      • Localized to a specific region – North Florida
      • 100 users including Relationship Managers, Sales Support & Management
      • Configuration (30 days) & Integration (60 days) fully implemented
      • Onsite Training by salesforce.com (attended by SunTrust University)
      • Results
      • All pilot objectives met
      • Critical input for determining proper business case components
      • Created a SunTrust Playbook to govern all future Business Unit rollouts
    • Data, Integration & Training Strategies
      • Data Approach
      • Coordination with Integration is critical
      • Designated a “Data Czar”
      • Joint salesforce/SunTrust team developed the data mapping
      • SunTrust extracted and cleaned the data prior to loading
      • Always begin with a small test load
      • Salesforce.com provided go-live support
      • Integration Approach
      • SunTrust had a strong IT Development group
      • Salesforce.com provided a 2-day API class
      • SunTrust resources developed the code with period SFDC reviews
      • Salesforce.com provided go-live support
      • Training Approach
      • Joint salesforce.com/SunTrust University (STU) effort
      • Salesforce.com provided Curriculum Development
      • Train-the-Trainer Certification Program developed
      • Salesforce.com Instructors attended first 2-5 classes for each STU Instructor
    • The SunTrust Playbook (Rollout Guide)
        • Deliverables
        • Scope the implementation effort
        • Develop high-level implementation time line
        • Develop high-level project plan
        • Estimate resource requirements
        • Determine project cost drivers and estimate total project
        • Commit leadership and management
        • Develop high-level training requirements
        • Determine technical and data requirements
        • Determine appropriate deployment model
        • Key Cost Drivers
        • Executive Sponsorship
        • Commitment to Change
        • Commitment to Training
        • Commit Business Unit Staff to the Project
        • Degree of Change to Business Processes
        • Degree of Configuration Complexity
        • Ability to Adapt to Common Data Master
    • Building a Business Case Identify Key Strategy and Business Objectives
      • Strategy
      • Big bank capabilities delivered through local relationship managers
      • Capitalize on broad range of opportunities with clients throughout their financial life-cycle
      • Local Responsiveness
      • Execution: Relationship Management Model
      • Business Objectives
      • Maximize Wallet Share
        • Identify Cross-sell opportunities
          • Commercial Customers referrals to private wealth management
          • Need 360 degree view of every customer
      • Faster Customer Acquisition
        • Needed consistent, best practice sales process
        • Equip Relationship Managers with better client information
        • Share institutional sales knowledge across the organization
    • Building a Business Case Identify Key Challenges
      • Business Challenge
        • Line of business drives strategy, initiatives, installation
        • Geography drives client acquisition, expansion, service retention
        • Lack of focus on high value activities due to poor relationship management
        • Lack of visibility into sales management process
        • Inconsistent relationship planning across sales team
        • Inconsistent cross-LOB partnership
      • Technology Challenge
        • Lack of platform infrastructure and single-view applications
        • Poor support of business processes and best-practices
        • Rising IT costs and ownership issues
        • Legacy architecture
      • Poor customer service
      • Inefficiencies
        • Disproportionate ratio of sales v service
        • Needed to increase selling time by 40%
      • Lost cross-sell opportunities
      • Poor execution resulting from lack of detail visibility
    • Building a Business Case Effective Solution Design: Relationship Management Model
      • Relationship Planning
        • Superior execution by geography and specialty teams
        • Effectively leverage best-in-class sales force to foster full relationship management
      • Sales Process Improvements
        • Improve efficiency through streamlined processes and operations
      • Cross LOB Partnership
        • Relationship Manager incentives are directly tied to new business production, portfolio profitability and cross-LOB partnership
      • Track productivity and client profitability
    • Building a Business Case Effective Solution Design: Relationship Planning
      • Key Elements:
        • Company strategy
        • Company Management Team
        • Company Financial Trends
        • Capital Structure Analysis
        • Industry knowledge
        • Competitive Issues
        • Current banking relationships
        • Current SunTrust relationships with the client
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Repository for relationship plans and annual updates
        • Help formulate call strategy and opportunity potential
        • Predict profitability of activities and focus on high-value activities
        • Track and manage client activity relative to revenue generated
    • Building a Business Case Effective Solution Design: Consistent Sales Process
      • Identify sales team for specific product opportunity
      • 1-2-3 Call Planner provides structured call preparation
      • Debrief the team.
      • Assign follow-up tasks and reminders
      • Identify key clients to be serviced by Senior Management
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Streamlined call, pipeline management across product lines
        • Ability to run comprehensive and targeted campaigns
        • Reduced ramp-up time for new RMs
        • 30 minute weekly sales meetings
    • Building a Business Case Effective Solution Design: Cross LOB Partnership - 360 Degrees
      • Referral tracking
        • Capital Market
        • Treasury Management
        • Private Wealth Management for business owners and key executives
      • Different profiles for different LOBs
      • How is Salesforce used?
        • Single org, open sharing model
        • Using Opportunities to track Referrals
          • Create referral by emailing an Opportunity
          • Assign referral to product specialist
          • Opportunity is linked to client and visible to all the team members
        • Opportunity profile can help RM gauge opportunities for cross LOB referral
    • Overall Results Attributed to Salesforce.com
      • 67% YOY increase in capital market sales: $61.9 million in fees
      • 29% YOY increase in treasury management sales fees
      • Number 1 in lead relationships
      • SunTrust RM productivity is in top two quintiles in the industry
      • Improved customer satisfaction
      • Key ROI Metrics – Banking Industry
        • Cross-LOB Referrals
        • Sales Activities
        • Lead Relationships
    • Improvement in Referral Participation
      • Salesforce helped by:
        • Enabling Relationship Managers to share client information
        • Identify new opportunities
      Improvements from Salesforce: Loans: 5% Treasury Management: 7% Corporate Finance: 21% Personal Wealth Management: 31%
    • Improvement in Sales Activities to Identify More Opportunities
      • Salesforce helped by:
        • Identifying more opportunities for salespeople
        • Providing more complete client information
      • Net Improvement
        • 8% improvement per year
        • 14,000 more sales opportunities in 2006
        • $7,000,000 in additional revenue per year
      Calls per Salesperson per month Sales Activities Improvement with Salesforce 8% CAGR
    • Improvement in Lead Relationships
      • Salesforce helped by:
        • Better client information
        • Improved follow-up and action steps
        • Strong pipeline management
    • ROI from Salesforce ROI on Salesforce (2 years) 997% NPV on Salesforce (2 years) $2 Million Revenue ($US) 18% CAGR SunTrust Revenue
    • Key Success Factors to Achieving ROI
      • Management buy-in
      • Aligned with strategic objectives
      • Ability to support cross-LOB business processes and best-practices
      • Customization and configuration capabilities towards rapid deployment
      • Ease of use drives high adoption rate
      • Ease of integration with other legacy systems.
    • Rick Davis Senior Vice President, Commercial Information Services Scott Williams Engagement Manager, Global Enterprise Services QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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