First day of Dreamforce ’19 kicked off with tons of fascinating conversations on and off stage, hands-on activities in the Campground, lots of AI and live music festival in the Dreamforest. So what are the highlights of Day 1 at Dreamforce? Here is a recap for you to catch up with other Trailblazers:
Salesforce announces Customer 360 Truth, which connects data across sales, service, marketing, commerce and more to create a single and universal Salesforce ID for each customer. In other words, all interactions and shared preferences are brought together to create a complete and unique view of customer journeys. Companies are now able to better serve and even predict customers’ needs, deliver a more personalised marketing journey, convert more sales opportunities.
“Field service managers are often disconnected from financial information and struggle to control and manage their financial performance” said Tom Brennan, CMO of Rootstock Software. To tackle this problem, Rootstock Software launches an ERP Connector to Salesforce Field Service Lightning:
Two technology giants have collaborated to put productivity in your hands via exclusive learning apps available on iPhone and iPad.
Plus, new Salesforce Mobile SDK empowers developers to build and deploy powerful Salesforce iOS apps:
SightCall has launched SightCall Video Assistance Chatbot on Salesforce AppExchange. This is a live video solution that streamlines the flow between customer service and technical support.
First, customers still get support from Einstein Bot that uses AI capabilities to answer routine questions. However, when Einstein Bot determines that human expertise is needed, it will connect with a remote technical expert to have a live SightCall video call with customers.
Field Service teams have used SightCall to decrease truck rolls, handle inspections virtually and improve first time fix rates. On average, 69% of SightCall customers improved their time to resolution, and 81% improved first-time fix rate.
Salesforce acquires field service management software provider ClickSoftware for $1.35 billion. The two companies has partnered since FSL launched in 2016. This Salesforce-ClickSoftware deal is expected to blend promising offerings of two platforms to “lead the way to the future of field service”. No need to say we are all very excited about this news at ProQuest Consulting!
Yes we are featured at Dreamforce! Our CEO, Aymeric Zito, commented on the astonishing success of Salesforce:
There’s a reason why there’s a community of people, all around the world, passionate about Salesforce. It’s the best enterprise platform and it’s actually fun to learn.
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