Category Archives: Reporting & Dashboards
I finally did it. After 4 years I finally set time aside to set up Conga Composer (by @CongaMerge) for my very own instance of Salesforce.com. I run my entire company on Salesforce.com and can proudly say that that now includes invoicing. I hate QuickBooks and loathed the time spent compiling my time entries, generating […]
Where have all the Sales Managers gone? I assume since I haven’t met one in years that this is a bygone profession like the Typist and the Milk Man. I mean, what other reason could there possibly be for the void of the craft, wits, talent typically reserved for the VP /Director/Manager of Sales title?
If you know me or my company, Able Cloud Advisors, then you know I insist on making technology work for me (not me working for it). One of the ways this happens is by creating scheduled reports in Salesforce.com to tell me things I ought to (in theory anyway) be remembering to do myself. Staying […]
This is a quick post. I’m sure if you’ve read my past posts regarding Lead Conversion protocols in Salesforce.com that you know I typically (but not always!) advise my clients to adopt the “Convert, Then Qualify” approach.
One client who is used to its existing “Qualify, Then Convert” approach stumbled on something I did not even […]
[ March 13, 2013; 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. ] On Wednesday, March 13, 2013 from 2-3 pm EDT, the nation’s MEP Centers are invited to join a free online webinar conducted by Able Cloud. In our hour together we’ll outline the business processes and functions (e.g. NIST Reporting) that your current or planned instance of Salesforce.com ought to be doing for you. This first-hand […]
Rather unexpectedly, over 50% on my work comes from re-implementations of Salesforce.com. How can an implementation go so far south that the client actually re-commissions an implementation? It seems that selecting the right partner is often the riskiest part of a project’s success. Continue reading
Okay, so this post may be simple: Convert, then Qualify. Too simple you say? Okay, I’ll give you that since my last post (Qualify, then Convert) probably seemed pretty one sided. I’ll try and explain my point of view in case you missed the last post.
I rarely see reason (if you follow the rules below) […]
For as much I know about Salesforce.com, I am ignorant when it to QuickBooks. This rude awakening occurred last week when I tried to prepare my books for my tax preparer. While I’m sure she excellent at what she does, she did not work with QB. No biggie, I figured, I’ll just work with someone who knows QB […]