With 171,000 attendees, Dreamforce is the perfect venue for its partners to make product announcements. Click through the slideshow to see 7 of the announcements made by Salesforce partners this week.
Sage has launched two new solutions for Sage X3 and Sage Live on the Salesforce App Exchange.
The Sage X3 cloud business management solution now links directly to Salesforce, which allows the companies’ joint customers to access customer data in the Salesforce Sales Cloud. According to Sage, the “connector integrates CRM and financial transaction data, ensuring the integrity of valuable data such as accounting, customer and order information across the organization, whilst connecting the front and back end of the business.”
Sage also announced Sage Live Not-for-Profit, which is built on the Salesforce App Cloud and represents the first industry specific packaging for Sage Live. The solution is now available in the U.K. and U.S.
(Pictured, Sage CEO Stephen Kelly)
Informatica has launched the Informatica Cloud Data Quality Radar, which is a self-service data quality solution for business users, available first for Salesforce users. It helps identify, fix and monitor the quality of data within and across applications. The solution is available for Salesforce users starting in November on a subscription basis.
(Pictured, Informatica CEO Anil Chakravarthy)
Cloudapps has released SuMo Motivate V6 – the latest version of its behavioral intelligence platform. According to CloudApps, SuMo combines behavioral learning and predictive analytics to help customers “have smarter sales interactions and accelerated sales outcomes.” SuMo Motivate can also help Salesforce Einstein determine what good sales behaviors look like, CloudApps says.
Conga has launched Conga Redlining this week, the first app in its new Conga Conracts offering. The app allows teams to send, track, and manage changes on a sales contract or agreement in real-time within Salesforce. Conga is showing off its app at its four booths at Dreamforce.
Dialpad has announced its integration with Salesforce Lightning, which enables Salesforce users to communicate with customers and colleagues directly from Salesforce. The company touts the integration as “an incredibly effective way for distributed organizations to tie their [remote] teams together…”
(Pictured, Dialpad CEO Craig Walker)
Talkdesk is launching its SMS channel for customer service. The SMS solution is part of its omni-channel suite built for Salesforce Service Cloud. It allows agents to receive and send SMS messages directly from Salesforce.
In addition, Talkdesk released an integration with Salesforce Omni-Channel Presence and Routing, which gives agents the ability to manage their work items across multiple channels, Talkdesk says.
Intacct has launched Intacct Contract Billing for CRM, a new module that eliminates the need to deploy integration software that connects ERP and CRM processes.
“By automating subscription billing, even for sophisticated pricing models, Intacct Contract Billing for CRM significantly reduces the workload for finance and sales teams managing customer contracts—saving hours of work each month and reducing billing errors,” Intacct says.
(Pictured, Intacct CEO Rob Reid)
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