By Colin Fleming
You may have noticed a snazzy piece of fashion more and more people are sporting. It’s a soft, black, zip-up hooded sweater with the words ‘Trailblazer’ emblazoned on the front. If you see someone in a Trailblazer hoodie, you’re looking at a person who is a leader, a transformer, an innovator.
At Salesforce, we believe anyone can be a trailblazer -- developers, administrators, sales leaders, marketers, even CEOs.
By Jeff Haden
Worried that the rise of artificial intelligence technologies will make the role of the salesperson obsolete? Maybe you should be, but not if you focus on what really matters where sales, and customer relationships, are concerned. Embrace A.I. and you might find yourself becoming an even better salesperson.
By Josh Turner
Landing new clients is exciting. So exciting, in fact, that many companies prioritize exceptional client service over generating new leads. Having worked for two companies that failed primarily due to a lack of new business, I’ve made it a huge focus in my company to never run out of leads.
by Ron Miller
launched three AI tools for developers today at the TrailheaDX developer conference. These algorithms, which fall under the new Einstein Platform Services, enable third-party developers to add Einstein intelligence to applications built on top of the Salesforce platform.
By Nick Kane
Technology has changed the very landscape of business and human relationships. It has created a global economy and allowed us to communicate and trade faster than ever before. However, while technology and a global economy have allowed us to meet more people it has also made building long-lasting relationships with people that much more difficult. Building a solid rapport and eventually, a long-term relationship with someone takes a lot of work, and in this fast-paced environment, it can be challenging to create an atmosphere where an individual feels that they are truly valued and not just another sales lead. Regardless if you are working as an entry-level sales associate or a high-level account executive, building solid relationships is still valuable. Let's take a look at some ways you can build solid rapport and long-lasting relationships with individuals.