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During last week’s InsideSales.com user conference in Salt Lake City, I joined a panel to discuss “Women in the Workplace.” Corporate America is buzzing about this topic and it’s reaching a serious pitch in the Silicon Valley, as data continue

This is the second blog post in a series on managing data in Salesforce.

People today expect exceptional service — timely and personal — from their experiences as customers of commercial organizations. Likewise, as citizens, their expectation for the same quality of service extends to government departments and agencies.

Bill Gates once said, “How can we keep the customer happy? How can we get ahead in innovation by doing this, because if we don’t, somebody else will.” But how do organizations create customer loyalty in the era of easy access to information and highly competitive options?

Businesses today can get closer to customers than ever before. Analytics are more dynamic, mobile workforces are more empowered, and business intelligence tools are equipping innovative organizations to supercharge revenue.

The announcement of the new Apple Watch — particularly its compatibility with Salesforce — has created a significant amount of buzz around wearables in the enterprise.

First things first: let’s start by making sure that your data is clean and accurate.

Propelling innovation through a customer-driven lens is essential to provide lasting value and inspiring customer loyalty.

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