Time and funds. These are two limited resources for most start-up businesses. When a company invests the time and money into a CRM, like Salesforce, there are some apps that are required to make the venture successful. Here are the three Salesforce apps that we think you need to get going!
While Cirrus and LinkPoint do the job for their respective client bases in the specific Gmail and Outlook worlds, their tools fall short due to incomplete email data in Salesforce. Match My Email takes a different approach, it integrates with any IMAP compatible server and automatically matches emails in the cloud. There is no more tedious manual matching, just let the app do the work for you. Saving time already! And at $14.95 per month, its a steal. There is a reason why the company has seen a 800%+ subscriber growth in 2012, people love it.
Web content management is an expanding market, especially with the likes of WordPress and Tumblr. Orchestra CMS allows companies to manage corporate websites that are fully integrated with Salesforce business applications and processes. The drag and drop functionality combined with dynamic content publishing to pages gives users the power of a CMS in the world of Salesforce. If you are a web development company who manages content for your clients, this will become a tool you can’t live without at a cost you can easily live with.
Tracking customers is vital to any business. Google Analytics, Webmaster Tools, and CrazyEgg are just a few services that help companies determine what is going on with their business. G2Maps, a geo-analytics solution, allows users to visualize and study Salesforce data in maps. (Map geeks rejoice.) Using this solution you can manage and identify new business opportunities and see where market segmentation is occurring. A quality app for Salesforce based business!
Salesforce outlook integration, web content management and tracking customers are vital for a business in today’s market. Without the ability to streamline these processes, you will be spending too much time in the trenches, rather than using your skills to increase leads and potential sales.