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Top 10 Benefits of ReadyTalk for Salesforce

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Benefits of ReadyTalk for SalesforceIf you run webinars, host sales demos or conduct training sessions, then you understand the value of having accurate and timely data available in salesforce.com. You also know how time consuming it can be to add and maintain this data.

ReadyTalk for Salesforce increases productivity and provides visibility into key activities by automating the manual processes associated with moving data. But that’s just one benefit:

  1. Accurate Data. Automating the data exchange between ReadyTalk and Salesforce improves the accuracy of the data being input to Salesforce and helps avoid duplicate data.
     
  2. Improved Sales Workflow. Sales reps can schedule and start product demos directly from Salesforce; no need to leave the platform. This demo activity is recorded, saving reps time and giving managers better insight in rep activity.
     
  3. Better Webinar ROI. Get more from your webinar program by automatically creating new Leads and allowing salespeople to invite prospects to the webinar directly from Salesforce.
     
  4. Effective Training.  Sales, customer care, and others can quickly invite customers to online training sessions directly from the Lead or Contact record.
     
  5. Make It Big. Need to reach a crowd? ReadyTalk can deliver high-quality events to an audience of up to 3,000 with event data available in Salesforce for quick follow-up and accurate reporting.

Still not convinced? Check out five more benefits of using ReadyTalk for Salesforce.

Will you be at Dreamforce? ReadyTalk will be there (booth 1429), and we'll have our party shoes on. If you want to join us, leave a comment below and we'll send you all the details.

 


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