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Pour Salesforce, le concurrent numéro 1 c'est SAP

Salesforce, qui a fait le choix dès sa création il y a 15 ans, du modèle du cloud, sait qu’il a l’avantage sur ses grands concurrents, nés avec le modèle traditionnel de vente de licences et aujourd’hui en transition délicate vers l’informatique en nuage. S’il a choisi de mettre SAP dans son viseur, c’est parce que l’éditeur allemand est aujourd’hui le numéro un mondial des logiciels de gestion d’entreprise.

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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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Le rapport annuel “The State of Salesforce” publié par Bluewolf: les objectifs métiers au cœur de la stratégie des entreprises et de la révolution numérique

Paris — le 7 octobre 2014 — Bluewolf, cabinet de conseil international leader sur son marché, publie aujourd’hui son troisième rapport annuel, “The State of Salesforce,” qui évalue la relation entre les entreprises et la première plateforme mondiale de gestion de la relation client (CRM), à travers les usages, les innovations et les dépenses associées à cet outil.

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Aussie companies lead charge to adopt marketing cloud

A new survey of Salesforce customers globally has found Australian organisations are leading uptake of the marketing cloud as CMOs take greater ownership of the customer lifecycle.

The latest State of Salesforce Report produced by global consulting group and Salesforce partner, Bluewolf, showed 22 per cent of Australian respondents have adopted the vendor’s marketing cloud, and an additional 32 per cent plan to do so in the next year. This compared to 17 per cent of respondents globally who have invested already, and 14 per cent who plan to in the next year.

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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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Report on Salesforce usage shows marketing depts are taking on bigger role in business

No one needs a report to know that Salesforce is the king of CRM. But a new report fills in some of the blanks about how companies are using the popular platform — and its role in digital transformation.

The State of Salesforce” is the third annual report on the subject from New York City-based global business consulting firm Bluewolf, in collaboration with the MIT Sloan School of Management.



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