Unlock greater value from Sales Force automation with advanced sales analytics.
Amongst the most widely deployed business applications today, Sales Force Automation (SFA) offers a goldmine of operational sales data, yet built-in reporting and analytics are oftentimes inadequate to answer meaningful questions. Hindered by simplistic analytics and siloed data, analysis is further limited to a “rearview mirror” perspective of what’s happened. What does it take for organizations to tap into this wealth of information to make better, more informed forward looking decisions of what will happen?
Join this webinar on May 30th at 10:00am PST/1:00pm EST to learn how to untap the wealth of information contained in Salesforce.com, Siebel, Microsoft Dynamics, Netsuite, SAP and other SFA applications to analyze and predict what will happen in your environment based on what already has. Discover the latest new capabilities of sales analytics representing the next generation of analytical applications that are in-context and forward looking. They will discuss how to solve the confining challenges of today's SFA applications to create predictive future sales performance and pipeline movement, identify sales opportunities that are at risk of getting lost and unlock the true value of your SFA.
Cloud business intelligence (BI) has quickly evolved into a critical, strategic component for innovative, rapidly growing and established companies. Cloud delivers fast implementation cycles and lower capital costs and feature sets comparable to on-premises solutions and for this reason, a majority of new application development is now moving to the Cloud. As more sophisticated workloads are landing in the Cloud, companies need to identify advanced features and strategies that enable agility, accuracy and actionable business insights.
Join EMA VP of Research Shawn Rogers and Birst CEO Brad Peters for this free Webinar to learn:
- Advanced Cloud BI features you can’t live without
- Why applications of all types are moving to the Cloud
- How new Cloud offerings such as Amazon Redshift supports your analytic goals
- Why Cloud 2.0 is Enterprise class