As a salesforce.com consulting partner, what investment decisions should you be making to grow your cloud computing business? This session puts you right in front of our business development gurus, who'll share their thoughts on what lies ahead for cloud computing and examine the relevant business opportunities that exist for the salesforce.com partner ecosystem. Bring your questions! We've got answers.
Opportunities Ahead for Consulting Partners Grow Your Salesforce.com BusinessPartner Success TrackSales Cloud: Robert KraynakService Cloud: Mike MilburnCustom Cloud:Tom DivittorioCollaboration Cloud:Matt OConnor
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Real-timeAccounts & Contacts
Real-time Partner Management
Real-timeMarketing & Leads
Real-timeOpportunities & Quotes
Real-time Clean Data
Sales Cloud Overview
Real-time Email & Calendaring
The Sales Cloud 2 is the worlds leading sales application.
It makes sales people more productive by putting all the tools they need to sell in one place.
Chatter is at the heart of Sales Cloud 2, and pushes real-time updates to you so you dont waste valuable time searching for the info you need.
The Sales Cloud includes all your core sales information with accounts, contacts, leads and opportunities.
You can even supplement your account and contact data with our latest edition to the Sales Cloud family, Jigsaw. Jigsaw will help you find more leads and clean your contact data in real-time.
You can also work seamlessly with your favorite email and calendaring app, whether its outlook, gmail, or lotus notes. No more duplicating work in two systems.
The Sales Cloud also has easy-to-use analytical tools built in to help you analyze your performance in real-time. The Sales Cloud helps you focus your efforts on the things that will move the needle the most
Plus, you can access the Sales Cloud from anywhere any browser, desktop, laptop, or mobile device. Like the iphone, iPad, Blackberry or Android device.
Lastly, the Sales Cloud runs on our Force.com platform, which lets you customize and extend the Sales Cloud to work the way your business works.Customer Master & Territory MgmtCustomer MasterMDMJigsawAll CRM instances get account and contact data no more fake data. Salesforce is instantly usableJigsaw cleans and augments your data. Largest B2B contact databaseJigsaw for Salesforce makes prospecting for new leads/contacts easyTerritory MgmtWhen? How?Custom TM solutionCustom assignment engineImpacts, considerationsVolumes
Real-time Clean Data
6QuotingReal-time QuotesGenerate sales quotes easily in real-timeAutomatically populate customers quote with the right deal informationUpdate customers opportunity from the quote with the click of a buttonCustom workflow and approval processesReal-time reports and dashboards
Quotes Template EditorDrag-and-drop fields, tables and other elements onto your templateCreate multiple quote PDF templatesBrand with your customers logoRich text area supportRepeating header and footerAbility to preview the templateActivate and deactivate templatesField alignment1 or 2 column settings
Real-timeOpportunities & Quotes
7PRMLead ManagementDeal RegistrationSalesforce 2 Salesforce
Real-time Partner Management
8Mike MilburnSenior DirectorVerticals and Specialtiessalesforce.com9The Opportunity with the Service Cloud
Service Cloud is Salesforce.com's fastest growing product line, and our clear second curve in CRM. Every department is integrated into Service Cloud's momentum! Marc Benioff, Chairman & CEOSalesforce Leads the Market with Service Cloud 2Customer SuccessProduct InnovationLeader
3 Releases a Year
Market Leadership~13,000 Service Cloud CustomersMagic Quadrantfor Customer ServiceCall Centers
87,000+ Salesforce.com Customers-13,000+ Service Cloud Customers74,000+Our Customer Base Is Our Greatest ResourceOpportunitiesHelping ~ 13,000 Service Organizations Move to the Cloud
95%Will Continue to Use Salesforce93%Would Recommend to Others75%Have Already RecommendedSource: Independent third party, MarketTools Inc. survey conducted June 2009 across 6,000 customers.
Those 9,000 customers come in all sizes, from small businesses like Saveology.com or Enterasys, who have a small number of employees but want to use the same applications as the enterprises out there.
Or the large enterprises themselves, TD Ameritrade, Qualcomm, and Comcast, also trust us for customer service & support applications.
And one of the things that were most proud of is that these customers are incredibly happy with our service.
According to independent 3rd party surveys that we conduct every few months:
94% will continue to use Salesforce92% would recommend usAnd 77% have already recommended Salesforce to a colleague
Transition:Why is that?
Source: Salesforce.com Relationship survey conducted in Dec. 2008, by an independent supplier MarketTools Inc. Sample size for continue to use = 3220, recommend to others = 3215, and already recommended = 2483, WW respondents, randomly selected. Success rate reflects respondents indicating Definitely will or Probably will continue to use salesforce.com. Would recommend to a Colleague reflects respondents indicating Definitely will or Probably will.)
13What we need our Consulting Partners to do !Know the Service Cloud Message and StatisticsKnow the types of Service that existKnow the industry terms and lexiconsKnow the competition
14Tom DivittorioDirector Platformsalesforce.com15Based on 3rd party analyst estimates
2009$144+B$16+BInfrastructureSoftwareCRMWhy Should I Care About Platform? Does anyone know approximately how large the CRM market is? Anyone care to take a guess at the market for infrastructure software?Defining Platform As A ServicePlatform As A - ServiceAPaaSInfrastructure As A ServiceAn APaaS is provided completely as a service, with no traditional software license, and is often charged for on a metered or utility basis.Servers As A ServiceSource: Gartner Competitive Landscape: Platform As A Service, Worldwide, 201017PaaS can take your customers furtherChangeRewardOn Premise DevelopmentIaaSAPaaSThe emerging PaaS market will almost certainly cannibalize this market(IAAS) to an extent, taking some share from on-premises software, and posing a threat to the business models of incumbent megavendors. Source: Gartner Competitive Landscape: Platform As A Service, Worldwide, 2010Force.com is leading the APaaS Market
Salesforce.com is the vendor with the highest profile at the moment, with its Force.com platform
The market is growing at an extremely fast rate (well in excess of 100% for the last two years)
Source: Gartner Competitive Landscape: Platform As A Service, Worldwide, 2010Force.com: Lower Cost, Faster, Higher QualityCompared to Java and .NET
Cost the cost$560K average savings per appSpeed5x faster overall2.5x faster integrationQuality97% reduction in downtime60% fewer help desk calls2009 IDC Study
IDC just completed a study of 10 Force.com customers and found that on average, developing on Force.com was:less than the cost of on-premise Java or .NET, with an average savings of over $500K per appbetween 4.2 and 6.7 times faster with much lower developer resources needed to build an app, andmuch higher quality than on-premise apps, with 97% less annual downtime and 60% fewer support calls to the IT helpdesk
2009 IDC study of 10 customers in 7 industries & 3 geos; avg. 2.5 custom apps &