This is our third blog in a six-part series on “How-to Plan Your Telematics and Salesforce Integration.”
The pursuit of the perfect match. We’re all more than familiar with this endeavor in our personal lives. However, it can and should, also be applied in our professional lives as well. For every new business transition, event and/or expansion opportunity, it’s critical that we seek a solution that best fits our company culture and processes. After all, there are plenty of offerings in the marketplace that could certainly supplement our efforts. But, wouldn’t it be more ideal to find and implement a solution that propels and sustains our success?
It is this result that we intend to help your business obtain. And by Rethinking Telematics, it’s within reach. In parts one and two of this series, we guided you through outlining your key objectives and helped you build an ROI model to ensure you maximize productivity. Next, we’ll move on to determining the best deployment strategy to ensure maximum fluidity and process enhancement for your business.
MapAnything combines telematics and customer data within Salesforce and brings both customer and telematics data to life in a map-based interface. This fully integrated approach gives field sales and service reps all the benefits of CRM, sales priorities, and product information at their fingertips, and it adds optimized scheduling and route planning for maximum productivity. In addition, field sales and service executives, as well as fleet managers, reduce TCO while improving customer engagement, CRM adoption, and sales productivity. And the benefits of an integrated telematics solution don’t stop there:
Once you have selected your ideal deployment strategy, it’s time to start thinking #GeoProductive. We save the details for part four, which is coming soon.
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“Rethinking Telematics: A Field Guide to Integrating Telematics in Salesforce”