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Connecting your organisation

Get the Most Out of Salesforce

Salesforce is a fantastic platform for connecting all of the key data and processes of your organisation.


It allows you to have one place where people can find out everything they need to know about a customer, order, product, supplier, marketing campaign, sales pipeline – or anything else needed to help manage your organisation.

Achieving this one-stop-shop of data and processes doesn’t happen overnight, and we partner with our customers to help them build this platform, one step at a time.


Everyone’s Salesforce journey is different, and our customers usually look to Salesforce to help solve an initial pain point or use case. Below are some of the ways we help our customers manage their organisations today.


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It is our customers most common initial use case for Salesforce. Growing organisations need greater visibility of their sales information, and sales teams need a more efficient way to manage their pipeline and their time.

We help customers to:

  • Bring multiple sources of prospect and customer data into Salesforce
  • Integrate Salesforce with their website enquiries and Email
  • Configure Salesforce to align to an agreed structured sales process
  • Build reports and dashboards to help them get the sales data they need
  • Train their sales teams and managers on how to succeed with Salesforce

Your Questions Answered

There are many CRM systems to choose from, so what makes Salesforce a good fit for your organisation? We use these criteria when helping customers who are considering Salesforce:


  • You want a system that can be shaped around how your organisation works – not change how you work to fit a system
  • You want a system capable of adapting to change quickly
  • You want a system that can scale easily as you grow
  • You want a platform that can continually improve your organisations processes
  • You want to embed CRM as part of your organisational culture

Trying to understand which edition of Salesforce your organisation needs can be difficult. There can be many things that influence the decision, but here is our high-level guide to help get started:


  • Essentials Edition – less than 10 users. No integration requirements. Simple workflow requirements. No need to control who can see specific data in Salesforce
  • Professional Edition – More than 10 users. Potential integration with other systems. Simple workflow requirements. Some control required over who can see specific data in Salesforce
  • Enterprise Edition – Integration with other systems. More complex workflow required. Granular control over who can see specific data in Salesforce. Potential custom user interface development


Most of our customers use Professional Edition, and it is a good starting point for most small to medium organisations.

Rolling out Salesforce to your organisation will involve these types of activities:


  • Application setup – configuration for your brand, user permissions, products, mobile access and more
  • Processes – aligning Salesforce to the processes within your business
  • Data – bringing any existing data you may have into Salesforce
  • Reporting – building the key reports that give you insight into the data held in Salesforce
  • Integration – getting Salesforce to work with things like Outlook
  • Training – making sure your users know how to succeed with Salesforce


A basic implementation can take as little as 40 hours, cost around £3600, and take a few weeks. Implementation costs and timelines vary based on the scope and complexity, and we work with clients to produce a realistic quotation based on their requirements.

Getting things setup and embedded correctly from the very start is so important to the overall success of Salesforce in your organisation. Partners are experts in guiding organisations through these critical initial steps and can get you up and running quickly and efficiently.


Quite a few of our customers have tried implementing Salesforce themselves before reaching out to us for help. Whilst it’s fantastic to have someone within your organisation who is empowered to own and look after Salesforce, using a Partner at the start of your Salesforce journey can often prove a worthwhile investment.

  • Try and speak to friends and colleagues at other organisations who have used Salesforce to get insight into their Salesforce journey
  • Have a conversation with your local Salesforce Partner before engaging with Salesforce to get an honest opinion on what your organisation really needs
  • It isn’t possible to downgrade your Salesforce instance i.e., Enterprise to Professional. So, keep things simple at the outset and upgrade when you grow
  • The longer the contract you agree with Salesforce, the more discount you will receive off the list price
  • Organisation culture plays a massive role in the success of Salesforce. Consider including the senior leadership of your organisation as Salesforce users, and make them part of your processes

Absolutely! We always enjoy working with customers who need to expand their Salesforce use beyond their initial use case. Usually, this involves bringing customer service onboard after a successful sales team rollout. Sometimes it’s looking to project management solutions on Salesforce. Whatever you’d like to do with Salesforce next, we’d love to be part of your journey.

We’ve worked with many organisations that weren’t getting the results they had hoped for from Salesforce. We can help examine your Salesforce use today, work with you to define a roadmap of what you’d like to achieve, and relaunch Salesforce within your organisation.

We’ve worked with several customers to use this as the mechanism to relaunch their Salesforce journey. By gathering all of the outputs that they need within their organisation and working backwards to allow Salesforce to produce this information, we dramatically increase the usefulness and adoption of Salesforce.

A CRM system is only as good as the data that it contains. Good data leads to good adoption and better processes. Accessing and integrating data from finance systems is often a great way to provide trusted data to your users and further embed Salesforce within your organisation’s processes.


We’ve worked with several customers to integrate Salesforce with their chosen finance package, often using third-party integration software to make the integration quick and straightforward.

Get in touch to find out how we can help you with Salesforce

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