At Sundog, we’ve been helping manufacturers maximize partner channel investments for over 20 years. For the past decade, we’ve done it with the industry’s best CRM and sales force automation platform: Salesforce.com. While we’ve always known that their Partner Relationship Management (PRM) solutions are great, industry experts are recognizing that success as well. And recently the Salesforce Partner Community raised the bar yet again.
Different stakeholders. Different business units. Different processes. All of those factors can make it difficult to define business priorities, align common goals and demonstrate the value of changes. One key to alignment is mapping a vision.
“Blockchain” is probably a term you’ve been hearing about a lot these days. In fact, you may have heard anything from how it’s the technology that will disrupt essentially any industry imaginable to how it’s a fraud and not worth your time. But just like anything that draws people into extreme ideologies that oppose or support it, the truth is somewhere in the middle.
Looking for ways to improve performance with your partners, dealers or distributors? In this blog series, we’re sharing practical ways to do just that. In my last post on market share and quotas, we looked at ways to set and track market share goals. In part 3 below, we’ll discuss how to improve performance with marketing development funds (MDF), also known as cooperative marketing (CoOp) programs.
Want to make the most of the trends on the horizon? It isn’t just about adding more tools or the latest must-have tech. It’s about how to optimize the way you connect with your customers. Integrate it. And get more value from it.
For the past 11 years, Sundog has been attending Dreamforce in San Francisco. Each year we leave inspired, intrigued and energized about the new developments, new technology and new applications that we can leverage for our clients. It is the place to dream, discover and - most importantly - collaborate with others in the industry.
How do you give your customers a seamless experience with your products and service - especially when you have a complex network of partners or dealers?
Your marketing technology is important. So is getting the most value from it.