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Bluewolf Launches Inaugural UK Edition of ‘The State of Salesforce’ Report

UK Research Uncovers Growing Investments in Multi-Cloud, Salesforce1, and Predictive Analytics to Drive Digital Innovation, Customer Experiences, and Business Outcomes

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Bluewolf Joins New Salesforce Analytics Cloud Ecosystem to Drive Engagement Through Actionable Customer Insights

Bluewolf's Analytics Practice Aligns With the Power of Salesforce Analytics Cloud, to Help Enterprises Identify Meaningful Data From Any Device

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Three Vital Steps for Effective Email Marketing

For too long, marketers have taken the easy way out: emailing every campaign to their entire database. Though simple to execute, such a "batch and blast" approach no longer works in a world where each email competes with thousands of digital, mobile, and social messages. It can be nearly impossible for your email to stand out and get noticed.

But there's good news. You can cut through the clutter by creating personalized email campaigns that are relevant—sometimes irresistible—to the people you are trying to reach.

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The CMO-CIO relationship: a powerhouse for digital transformation

CMOs and CIOs share an end goal, but that doesn’t mean harmonious cooperation comes easily. Arlene Wherrett expands on her first post to explain how the two leaders can become as intertwined as the business technology they govern.
At its core, marketing is about communicating, and in today’s hyper-connected world, communicating is about technology.

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Salesforce unveils 'reimagined' customer-service, sales software CEO Marc Benioff will likely spend some time during his Dreamforce keynote discussing these updates, but he's also rumored to be announcing a new analytics cloud service at the event.

While the company continues entering new business lines that expand its reach beyond CRM, customers are apparently waiting with their wallets open.

Some 71 percent of customers surveyed by consulting firm Bluewolf said they planned to increase what they spend with over the next year.

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The State Of Salesforce, 2014 - 2015

Earlier this week Bluewolf in collaboration with the MIT Sloan School of Management published their third annual The State of Salesforce report. Bluewolf is a global business consulting firm with expertise in cloud technologies including CRM. While certain areas of the survey are designed to attract prospective Bluewolf clients, there are several interesting, impartial take-aways they’ve provided in the report too.

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Bluewolf Wins Salesforce Partner Innovation Award at Dreamforce 2014

Bluewolf recognized for outstanding collaboration to BHTP success in third annual Partner Innovation Awards.

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Bluewolf Achieves Salesforce Fullforce Master Program Certification for Salesforce Sales Cloud and Service Cloud Recognizes Bluewolf’s Proven Expertise in Delivering Industry and Cloud Services and Solutions to Sales and Customer Service Teams Worldwide

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How digital disruption is driving uptake in the state

It’s now practically a traditional part of the Dreamforce conference that Bluewolf issues its annual study of the behavioral and spending patterns of customers worldwide.

bluewolfThis third annual review surveyed  more than 1,000 business and technology leaders worldwide in  very large enterprises (more than 1,000 employees), large enterprises (up to 1,000 employees), and medium to small enterprises (fewer than 500 employees). Data collection was done in collaboration with the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Salesforce CRM Users Embrace the Cloud, Mobile Tech

It's not the case in Salesforce's CRM world, at least according to a survey of 1,000 Salesforce users conducted by a Salesforce partner.

New York City-based Bluewolf, a global business consulting firm, today released its third annual State of Salesforce report. It found that 70 percent of Salesforce CRM users are diverting budget from on-premise to cloud-based solutions, down slightly from about 75 percent last year.



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