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  • 11:30-12:15 – Networking12:15-12:45 – Intros12:45-01:15 – About OSUG,Twitter & Meetup Response01:15-01:30 – Summer ’09, IdeaExchange, Salesforce Community01:30-02:00 – Open Discussion02:00-02:30 – Salesforce
  • Orlando SFDC User Group 1/2010

    1. 1. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    2. 2. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    3. 3. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    4. 4. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>Orlando Salesforce User Group<br />January 2010 Meetup<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />Sponsored by:<br />
    5. 5. Agenda<br />Welcome <br />Introductions<br />Announcements<br />Light Recap<br />Jennifer Phillips | Hilton Grand Vacations | CRM Director<br />Spring ‘10 Overview<br />Joshua Hoskins | Hilton Grand Vacations | Integrations Mgr<br />Mini-Dreamforce in February?<br />akaCRM’s Top 10 New Year&apos;s Resolution for CRM<br />
    6. 6. About the User Group<br />Vision<br />Build an enthusiastic local community group that enables members to be more successful with salesforce.com.<br />Objectives<br />Success – provide a forum for members to exchange ideas, best practices, and lessons learned using salesforce.com<br />Flexibility – develop a meeting structure that allows for flexibility, changing member needs, and maturity level<br />Quality - ensure that the content being delivered reflects the needs of a majority of the members<br />
    7. 7. What’s in it for you?<br /> New ideas <br /> Tips & tricks<br /> Explore partner tools and services<br />Networking<br />Release Overviews<br />
    8. 8. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    9. 9. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    10. 10. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    11. 11. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>The Salesforce community raised over $500,000 to divide between two incredible relief agencies.<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />
    12. 12. NEW! <br />
    13. 13. New Links<br />The Salesforce Channel : Single Source for Salesforce Video<br />http://www.salesforcechannel.com/<br />Dreamforce 2008/2009<br />Dreamforce 2009 Breakout Sessions<br />
    14. 14. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    15. 15. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    16. 16. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    17. 17. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>Dreamforce ’09 aka #DF09<br />Overview by @CRMjen<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />
    18. 18. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    19. 19. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    20. 20. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    21. 21. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>Spring ’10 Overview<br />by @jhoskins<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />
    22. 22. NEW! Salesforce User Interface<br />Fresh new look<br />Find your information faster<br />Improve Experience with New Features<br />Opt-in/Opt-out (Org Wide)<br />Visualforce Standard Components automatically upgraded.<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    23. 23. NEW! Quote Sync<br />Make Reps More Productive<br />Easily create Quotes from Opportunities<br />Quote automatically updates the Opportunity<br />Bi-directional<br />Forecasting & Reporting stays accurate<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    24. 24. NEW! Branded Event Invitations<br />In sales appearance is everything<br />Maintain Brand Awareness<br />Invites Appealing, Professional & Standardized<br />Allow the attendee to respond via a link provided in an email<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    25. 25. NEW! Email Preview & Global Email Templates<br />Send Test email to verify merge fields are working properly before sending your email.<br />Default Task Type to “Email” for Emails sent from Salesforce<br />Email Templates now support multiple languages.<br />Recipients receive an email that match their language<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    26. 26. FREE! Salesforce Mobile Lite<br />Access for all Customers<br />Create, Edit & Delete Records from Standard Objects (Account, Lead, Task, etc)<br />Helps Reps Be Productive Anywhere<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    27. 27. NEW! Filter and Search for the iPhone<br />Find specific data easier than before<br />Include on every tab and list view<br />Records are automatically reduced as you type<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    28. 28. NEW! Link to Record for Backberry<br />Automatically open record in the native blackberry application<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    29. 29. Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) 2.0<br />Custom Screen Pops<br />Automatically display relevant information to the user<br />All Clicks – No Code!<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    30. 30. NEW! Entitlements & Service Contacts<br />Users can verify services customer is entitled to<br />Create services contracts and specify SLAs (First Response & Resolution Time)<br />Track the level of service you are providing to your customers<br />Enforce Service Levels w/ Time Dependant Rules<br />SLA Performance Reporting<br />Ensure customers are getting the right level of support<br />Users can easily identify opportunities to sell or up sell support offerings<br />Track Commitments<br />Visual Indicator on very case!<br />
    31. 31. Salesforce Knowledge Update<br />Provide higher level of customer support allowing to find specific support and articles that make the most sense.<br />Partner Portal Integration<br />SOQL/SOSL API Access<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    32. 32. Salesforce Answers<br />New way to engage with customers<br />Engage your customer community for support in a different way<br />Allow users and customers to tap into the knowledge of your community<br />Questions are answered by Customer or your users<br />Best Answer rises to the top<br />Similar to <br />Similar to LinkedIn Answers!<br />General Release (GA)<br />
    33. 33. Spring ‘10 Notes & Release Schedule<br />Content is still in the works, release date is “Coming Soon”<br />Announced at Dreamforce ’09 – Content will no longer be an addition charge<br />Branded Events work in all editions<br />Entitlements & Service Contact available in Enterprise & Higher<br />How do I determine what instance I’m on?<br />
    34. 34. Spring &apos;10 Sandbox Preview Instructions<br />https://sites.secure.force.com/blogs//apex/ideaView?c=09a30000000D9xo&id=087300000006sT7AAI<br />
    35. 35. Housekeeping<br />Mini-Dreamforce in Febuary?<br />(1) Weekend Day?<br />4 to 6 hours?<br />
    36. 36. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    37. 37. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    38. 38. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    39. 39. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>Thanks for Attending<br />See you next month!<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />Follow us on<br />@jhoskins<br />@CRMjen<br />@OrlandoSFDC<br />
    40. 40. CRM Success In The Cloud<br />Orlando Salesforce.com User GroupOctober 2009<br /><ul><li>Formed July 2008
    41. 41. Blog - http://usergroups.salesforce.com/orlando/
    42. 42. Meetup - http://meetup.com/Orlando-Salesforce-User-Group/
    43. 43. Twitter – http://twitter.com/OrlandoSFDC | @OrlandoSFDC</li></ul>2010 The Year We Make Contact: <br />Top 10 New Year&apos;s Resolutions for CRM<br />Thank You Riptide!<br />
    44. 44. #1 : I will understand my data.<br />Embedded in your CRM system is a wealth of information, that when properly organized and exposed can serve as a decision support system. Utilize views, reports and dashboards to ask and answer key questions. Analytics is what salesforce.com does best. If you can&apos;t get at the data, it is possible your system isn&apos;t configured properly. Your system set-up should be driven by the analytics you need.<br />
    45. 45. #2 : I will give my Salesforce CRM deployment a health check. <br />Each year, salesforce.com releases 2 or 3 major releases, each with hundreds of improvements. In my near decade of experience with salesforce.com, I find that most companies are not aware of the new features where were release after the initial deployment and never enabled. Consequently, they aren&apos;t getting the value that they are paying for. See our cost-effective Health Check service for unleashing your potential.<br />
    46. 46. #3 : I will make sure our CRM system is aligned with executive and organization objectives. <br />As people join your company or depart, personal objectives and company goals change. Ensure that your Salesforce CRM system is tracking the metrics and objectives that the company is currently focused on. Do you know what they are?<br />
    47. 47. #4 : I will review my data quality and take steps to improve it. <br />Missing data, duplicates, records assigned to inactive or incorrect users, unpopulated fields, absence of data validation rules, inappropriate field requirements, out-dated pick lists and business cards sitting in desk drawers.  These are just examples. Contact akaCRM to discuss how our data therapists can get your data into top shape and create processes and automation to ensure it stays that way.<br />
    48. 48. #5 : I will survey our Salesforce CRM users and understand how well we are serving them.<br />Sometimes it is so obvious that we forget to do it, but ask the people that are using the system and find out what is missing, what is wrong and what help is needed. Consider brown-bag lunches, surveys or bring in akaCRM to facilitate a session to understand the top 5-10 actions that could be taken to get the most out of your Salesforce CRM investment.<br />
    49. 49. #6 : I will offer and provide training to our CRM system users and get additional training for myself in order to best leverage our investment.<br />Assuming you trained your people when you deployed salesforce.com in your company, I&apos;d bet that some people may have left and others have joined.  I&apos;ll bet there are advanced features that exist today that weren&apos;t there when you did your training.  I&apos;d also bet that the skill level that people have with Salesforce CRM has grown and they are now ready to move from the basic features to advanced features. You&apos;ve already paid for the system, why not invest a little in the people to make sure their skills are keeping up with the pace of change?<br />
    50. 50. #7 : I will not be afraid to ask for help. I don&apos;t know what I don&apos;t know and can&apos;t finish what I don&apos;t have time or training to do<br />There is no shame in asking for help and failing to do so, can actually be a sign of weakness. At the request of a number of our clients, we put together cost-effective support packages ranging from 4 hours to 40 hours to help you finish your projects, tune your systems and get set for the new year.<br />
    51. 51. #8 : I will commit to understand social media this year and learn how it intersects and leverages CRM. <br />Your competitors, prospects and customers are having a dialogue right now in the social media that involves your industry and potential your products, services and brand. Will you choose to participate and moderate these dialogues or choose to be oblivious to them? Let us create a simple social media plan for your business as a starting point.<br />
    52. 52. #9 : I will understand my personal metrics, how I am measured and make sure they are incorporated in a personal dashboard. <br />We all have bosses, we all want to get better and we all want to be recognized for our accomplishments. One of the best ways to get the recognition you deserve is make sure the way you are evaluated is reflected through metrics in salesforce.com. That way, there are no surprises for you, your boss or your company. Once you see where you stand, you can now take steps to improve (and receive recognition for your achievements). Additionally, measuring relevant data points gives you ground for which to request support and resources. <br />
    53. 53. #10 : I will make sure my team&apos;s personal metrics are exposed to them and will provide updated quotas/expectations for them. <br />If it&apos;s good for you, it&apos;s good for them. Transparency within the team and the organization is a good thing. Recognize your top performers and let your bottom performers understand their ranking so they might be motivated to improve or re-think their career choice. If you have new expectations for 2010 (quotas, measurement points, critical-success-factors) communicate them early in the year and your Salesforce CRM system is a great way to do this.<br />
    54. 54. #11 : BONUS:  I will participate or lead an annual review of our Salesforce CRM deployment. <br />Don&apos;t count on someone else to drive the items in this list. Take charge or forward this article to another individual if you have someone that is responsible for this initiative. The sooner you get started, the sooner you get the benefits.<br />