Published on January 29, 2014
Salesforce.com Webinar Series Welcome to the Internet of Customers This Webinar will start at 11:00AM AEST salesforceanz salesforce @salesforce
Speakers Tom Karemacher •RVP, Commercial Sales •salesforce.com David Pengelley (@tinmut) •Senior Sales Engineer •salesforce.com
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% 1 Time Equity Product $53M+ Grants 530,000+ Hours Service 20,000 Non-profit organizations
36%+ Growth Driven by Customer Success FY14Q3 $1.08 Revenue BILLION Q12008 Q1 2011 Q3 2013
SMBs Succeed with Salesforce.com +30% +35% Sales Productivity +36% +39% Customer Satisfaction Decrease IT Costs Revenue Growth
We Are Experiencing a Customer Revolution Mainframe Mini Computing Computing 1960s 1970s Client Cloud Server Computing Computing 1980s 1990s Social Networking 2000s Mobile Computing 2010s
A Whole New Way to Engage Customers 4.5B 5B Smartphones by 2017 Aggregated users Mobile 50B Connected products Social 58% Cloud Faster deployment Connected
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Outdated Technology Holding SMBs Back Employees Not Connected Manual Processes Silos of Data Wasted Resources
Unfortunately, Most Companies Don’t Know Their Customers of companies lack an in-depth understanding of their customers
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