SalesForce announced the launch of Lightning Partner Communities in November, 2016, delivering a best-in-class platform for companies looking to accelerate channel sales from their partners. The CRM giant says that the new programme will allow companies to ‘arm resellers, franchisees, channel teams and more with the same tools that make their own direct sales force successful’.
No we are not talking about one of the greatest scientist and a sheer genius of all time (Sir. Albert Einstein). In here we are talking about a new AI (Artificial Intelligence) platform introduced by Salesforce built into the very core of Salesforce CRM platform, the basic purpose of which is to deliver advanced AI capabilities to sales, service, and marketing — which will enable anyone to use clicks or code for building AI-powered apps that will get smarter with every interaction.
Born and bred on the cloud, headquartered in San Francisco, Salesforce as we know is almost an undisputed leader in Customer relationship management (CRM). Few days back Salesforce had announced the release of a new version of its Salesforce Lightning tool with a completely new interface under the tag name of “Winter 17 Release”. Salesforce have added quite a number of new features in this new version.
Workflows are triggered based on certain criteria. For example, you can define a workflow that if an opportunity of over $50,000 gets created, then an alert should go to the Vice President (Sales). In this example the criterion is creation of opportunities with value of more than the specified amount.
Microsoft Outlook, from the Microsoft umbrella is one of the most sought after Personal Information Manager, primarily as an email application along with the other features like calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing. Being an aggressive player in the free email account market, Microsoft Outlook has also been a favorite for enterprises, all scaling from small to large.