Increasing Your Impact with Salesforce – NYC

increase impact salesforce event provides nonprofit organizations with powerful and flexible CRM solutions designed to nurture lifelong relationships with donors, volunteers, and more. The sophisticated and customizable Salesforce platform allows every organization to deliver their mission more efficiently and effectively with advanced campaign management, real-time analytics, and comprehensive collaboration tools.

Join us New York City to hear organization leaders from The Rainforest Alliance and The National Kidney Foundation outline how they leverage the Salesforce platform to increase the impact of their mission. They will share both the victories they have achieved as well as the pitfalls to avoid on the way to CRM success. will also demonstrate how advanced business analytics tools Wave Analytics and Einstein deliver actionable insights that can have a dramatic impact across an organization.

Stories of Salesforce Success

Every organization can benefit from these first-hand stories of CRM challenges and successes, and apply them to their own unique situations. Space is limited, so register now to join us in this exclusive half-day event to learn:

  • How leading organizations are using CRM technology to support their mission
  • Common CRM barriers and best-practices for overcoming them
  • How BI with Wave Analytics and Einstein can benefit your organization’s impact

Attendees will leave this event with an understanding of the requirements for a successful CRM initiative and clear next steps Executive Sponsors can take to start their own CRM journey.

Increasing Your Impact with Salesforce
When: Tuesday, October 3, 2017
8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Where: Salesforce Office Tower
685 3rd Ave, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10017

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