By Lynne Zaledonis
I’ve worked in the worlds of sales and CRM for over 17 years. The biggest difference between the first and second halves of that timeframe is, undoubtedly, the rate of change. In 2000, smart selling might have meant leaving better voicemails. Back then, millennials were still chatting on AIM and listening to portable CD players. And CRM itself was a new topic among sales teams.
By Pascal Yammine
We are thrilled that Salesforce is named a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Configure, Price and Quote Application Suites
. Vendors are positioned in the Gartner Magic Quadrant based on completeness of vision and ability to execute. We believe that this achievement is a true testament to the success of our customers and demonstrates our growth and innovation since joining the Salesforce Sales Cloud Ohana in 2016.
by Anna Fiorentino
With migration becoming unavoidable, you should understand the different features available between Salesforce Classic vs. Lightning. Here is a chart to help you do just that.
by Ron Miller
We all know that Salesforce sets big goals. It just recently blew through its $10 billion goal
just a few years after CEO and co-founder Marc Benioff had set it, but the company has no intention of simply stopping there, not by a long shot.
by Bob Evans
CLOUD WARS: As Salesforce.com tops a $10-billion annualized-revenue run rate and aims for $20 billion by 2020, CEO Marc Benioff has become even more emphatic in stating that Salesforce's ongoing and often-breathtaking success is due primarily to the company-wide obsession with making its customers successful.