Salesforce Essentials est une solution de gestion de la relation client (CRM) basée sur le Cloud pour les petites entreprises qui permet aux utilisateurs de gérer les leads, les opportunités, les pipelines de vente, les demandes de support, etc. Sales Cloud Essentials et Service Cloud Essentials sont actuellement disponibles, et il est envisagé d'ajouter d'autres applications à l'avenir.
Salesforce Essentials propose le système Einstein Activity Capture pour supprimer le besoin de saisie manuelle des données en capturant automatiquement les messages des e-mails et des événements de calendrier et en les ajoutant aux enregistrements appropriés. Les historiques de contacts complets sont enregistrés, ce qui donne aux utilisateurs un contexte pour personnaliser les interactions futures des clients. La console de vente Lightning Sales Console de Sales Cloud Essentials offre aux commerciaux une vue complète des clients, y compris les contacts clés, les communications, l'historique des activités et les discussions internes sur les comptes. La console de service Lightning dans Service Cloud Essentials fournit une vue à 360 degrés des interactions client, qu'il s'agisse des e-mails, d'appels téléphoniques, de Facebook et de Twitter, afin de fournir un service client personnalisé.
Les utilisateurs peuvent accéder aux données et les modifier depuis n'importe où à l'aide des applications mobiles Salesforce natives pour Android et iOS. La connexion à G Suite permet aux utilisateurs d'afficher des comptes, des contacts, des opportunités et d'autres données CRM à partir de Gmail et permet la capture automatique de données à partir de Gmail et de Google Agenda. Les utilisateurs peuvent également utiliser une gamme d'applications professionnelles d'AppExchange, pour la signature électronique, les enquêtes auprès des clients, la collaboration, etc.
If you are thinking about choosing Desk.com as a help desk software solution for your company then this article is for you. Our B2B experts prepared a thorough review of Desk.com pros and cons and analyzed what it has to offer to help you make an informed decision before you spend your money.
Email to Ticket Conversion
Self Service Portal
Multiple Service Level Agreement policies
Automations – Ticket routing, scenario automations
Multi-channel support, including Facebook & Twitter
Community Portal with Idea Management & Voting
Integrations: Freshbooks, Google Apps, Harvest, CapsuleCRM
Multi-language & multi-time zone support
Leaderboard & gamification
Both services use various channels for customer interaction and support such as email, Facebook, Twitter, and community forums. The messages from all these services are gathered in a combined queue of support work. Freshdesk is better than Desk.com in this area as it offers ticket support in addition to phone support, while Desk.com offers only phone support.
Both Freshdesk and Desk.com provide a way to use a library of snippets that can be re-used. If you need to describe certain features regularly to users, you can use canned responses to speed up writing the responses. This can help your agents save time and focus more on query resolution.
Both Desk.com and Freshdesk offer a range of integrations with other services like CRMs, bug tracking, e-commerce and more. Top integrations for Desk.com include Salesforce, MailChimp, CampFire, and TalkDesk. Top integrations for Freshdesk include SugarCRM, Capsule, Harvest, and JIRA. Both apps also offer REST APIs to integrate your own apps.
Both Freshdesk and Desk.com support a range of devices including Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone/iPad, and Blackberry.
Freshdesk beats Desk.com in this category as it offers a wider range of customizations including templates, fonts, button images, fields, and backgrounds. In comparison, Desk.com offers customization of fields only.
Desk.com’s new analytics dashboard lacks some basic functionalities and is not an upgrade compared to the older version. The company can also improve its customer support, and the Salesforce integation also needs some fine tuning. Freshdesk customers say the product is mostly good, but it can improve by extending multi-language support to the Solutions pages.
I found this software very useful to our support team. It also integrated well with the regular Salesforce.
We use desk.com for all support interactions. It was priceless for the support team to be able to route support requests to support members, and keep track of all interactions for each client to spot issues with our support team, or issues with the client being too much of a drain on our support resources. The statistics are neat too. We had some healthy competition with some of the support stats (how many emails, calls taken, etc.) Being able to see how many positive rated interactions was the ultimate statistic to have. Their API is essential to integrating notes and other issues into 3rd party solutions.
This had a learning curve. They were also going through completely switching the UI at the time, so having a beta was nice, but some features were only available in the classic interface. The new one is much better and pleasing to the eyes.
Desk is extremely customizable. We have a bunch of different inbound emails that automatically tag and assign tickets which saves us a lot of time. You can set up almost any combination of rules for inbound tickets to make sure your most important customers get prioritized and the right people get assigned to help.
Desk also has an API that you can use to build a help center experience on top of their platform. We use it internally for bug reporting and feature requesting and our portal creates tickets right in desk.
Desk isn't very user friendly. Once it's set up it's works really well but it takes a lot of time to learn all the nuances of the configuration.
The analytics have issues. Some of the metrics like last log in will show that I last logged in a month ago when I've logged in every day and am in fact logged in at the time. We don't use the metrics but if your customer service department relies on them that could be problematic.
It's allowed us to have a basic helpdesk tool that integrates with Salesforce.
As a helpdesk case tool, it works. Great for simple troubleshooting and just general inquiry cases where by correspondences are kept to a minimum.
Sold as having great integration with Salesforce, but the integration is extremely difficult to setup and not all fields are integrated. Everyone needs to have a Salesforce license to be able to use the desk tool properly and that gets very expensive. DO NOT try to use the tool as a task manger or PM supplement as it does not work well for these functions. There is also no place to store Client level notes in the tool itself so if someone was backing you up, there would be no place for them to reference client preferences or standard operating procedures for a specific client from Desk itself.
Creating leads and contacts in Salesforce is a breeze with this tool. I love that I can instantly add a customer and log their email in Salesforce. I love the ability to add meeting invites or email templates to an email with a couple of clicks. Salesforce IQ has saved me hours of data entry into Salesforce. I don't know what I would do without this tool now that I have used it for close to two years.
In the last few months something changed in the way that it pulls the data when you go to add a contact. The previous version use to pull all of the information automatically and now I have to manually add a lot of the information. It is still quicker than adding new contacts into Salesforce but it does require a few more steps. I also wish there was more insight into who opened an email or web link when you include multiple people on an email.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Salesforce Essentials.
Types de licences disponibles pour Salesforce Essentials :
À partir de: 25,00 $US/mois
Type de licence: Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
Nous n'avons pas d'informations sur les fonctionnalités de Salesforce Essentials.
Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Salesforce Essentials :
Langues dans lesquelles Salesforce Essentials est disponible :
chinois (simplifié), chinois (traditionnel), tchèque, danois, néerlandais, anglais, finnois, français, allemand, hongrois, indonésien, italien, japonais, coréen, norvégien, polonais, portugais, russe, espagnol, suédois, thaï, turc, ukrainien
Types de licences disponibles pour Salesforce Essentials:
Nous n'avons pas d'informations sur les appareils pris en charge par Salesforce Essentials.
Applications s'intégrant à Salesforce Essentials :
CloudCherry, Dimelo, GoAnywhere MFT, PanTerra Networks, Salesforce Service Cloud, SmartSimple GMS360, SuperSaaS, Thematic, idloom-events, inSided
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Salesforce Essentials :
Forum, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Tutoriels vidéo