You’ve laid the foundation: Salesforce has been providing you with automation, allowing you to increase process time and gather greater, consistent customer data. But you know there’s still more value hidden in your data — and that you need to be able to keep up with changing dynamics and evolving customer needs. But you can’t act on data that lives outside of your everyday workflow. What can you do?
In order to accelerate and sustain growth, you need to be able to predict and prescribe actions. That requires accurate forecasting, increased customer retention, and identifying new customers and buying centers. But with the amount of data doubling yearly and the demands of your go-to-market team increasing, finding actionable insights can be tough. Like many of our customers you are being asked:
Whether one or all of those apply to you, you’re not alone. We can help you wherever you are on your CRM Analytics journey with expert Salesforce analytics consulting services.
As Salesforce analytics consulting pros and certified CRM Analytics experts, we unlock our customers’ data to surface insights where users actually work — across sales, service, and marketing. Our strategic approach delivers on your unique business needs and outcomes by combining deep Salesforce implementation experience with data science innovation and best practices. We enable you to:
Here’s a look at how we help you get the most out of your data and investment in Salesforce and CRM Analytics.
Our data signal analysis service identifies opportunities to incorporate intelligence into the flow of the business process so that insights translate directly to actions, improving customer experience and increasing operational efficiency.
Elevate, our managed services offering, includes industry-based algorithm templates, MLops/DevOps best practices, monitoring tools, and a partnering model that emphasizes long-term success through expert outcome-based support.
Nutanix needed to make it easier for sales reps to quickly drill down into the reasons why other reps won (or lost) opportunities similar to those they were working.