If you're asking yourself this question, then you're approaching it all wrong. There is no separation between employee needs and business needs: or at least, there shouldn't be. For any business to be successful, it needs a productive workforce. This isn't rocket science.
Salesforce upgrades their applications three times a year, and each release is filled with a lot of new functionality. The best way to keep up on these enhancements is to read the release notes (200-300 pages), attend the webinars to hear what is new, and then figure out a way to best implement these enhancements.
If we were to survey executives, sales professionals, and other business leaders about the time and budget drainers that exist in their respective company, duplicate data will probably not be very high on the list. However, allowing this issue to fester will almost certainly snowball into major and costly businesses problem.
This post from Tracy Eiler, CMO at InsideView, is part of our Moment Makers series, which takes a deep dive into how marketers use technology to build data-driven customer experiences that feel natural, relevant, and right on time. When I joined InsideView five years ago, we were a one-product company that only sold to small and medium-sized businesses.
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A consumer privacy campaign group has filed a lawsuit against American companies Salesforce and Oracle over an alleged breach of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation laws. The Privacy Collective claims that the companies collect users' personal data without proactive user consent and then auction it off to other companies without users' knowledge.
All reports show that 2020 has been a great year for software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies. But how great has it really been, especially in the face of growing SaaS waste? Where does the SaaS industry stand and where is it heading to?
The Privacy Collective claims that its lawsuit against the two companies could amount to €10bn in damages being paid out to consumers. European non-profit foundation The Privacy Collective has filed class-action lawsuits against Oracle and Salesforce, claiming that the two companies have breached GDPR in relation to how they process and share personal data collected in cookies.
Let's start this one by saying, "Winter is coming"!This article is a teaser of what's to come in the very near future for Flows. You ready? Starting with a couple of fancy ones first! 1. Autolayout in Flow Builder(Beta) If you spent a lot of time making those flows connectors straight, you're in for a...
Businesses that embraced tech and innovation from the start have made a smooth transition to crisis conditions with the least disruption. Those that have had to be dragged kicking and screaming into the digital era are finding it is costing a lot more to adapt by virtue of necessity.