Sep
01
2016
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Salesforce Wave turns vertical with new industry-specific apps

Surfer catching a wave inside the curl. Lip of wave hitting his head. When Salesforce introduced its Wave analytics product back in October, 2014, it was mostly framed as a tool for managers to get a grip on the sales pipeline in a visual way. In a series of announcements today, Salesforce made it clear that it’s taking Wave vertical with a variety of job-specific Wave applications. Since its launch, much like Salesforce CRM itself, Wave has grown… Read More

Feb
02
2016
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Salesforce Announces Latest Lightning CRM Release With SteelBrick Integration

Salesforce logo on satellite. This afternoon at a big presentation in San Francisco, Salesforce announced a new version of the Lightning CRM platform that includes built-in Wave analytics, intelligent email from its RelateIQ purchase in July, 2014 and configure-price-quote features from its SteelBrick acquisition at the end of last year. In addition, the company announced a new built-in phone tool which allows sales people… Read More

Jun
18
2015
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First Salesforce Wave Analytics App Washes Ashore

Waves crashing. Salesforce announced a new Wave analytics app today called Sales Wave Analytics, the first in a line of what the company is calling ‘role-based’ packaged apps for the Wave platform. First, some context because all of this Wave talk can get a bit confusing. Last fall, Salesforce introduced Wave, which was a platform for the company’s analytics business moving forward. With… Read More

May
28
2015
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Salesforce Helps Customers Ride Wave To Big Data Platforms

Man in row boat on ocean waves made of bits and bytes. Salesforce Wave, the data analysis platform that Salesforce.com released last Fall, was originally conceived to visualize Salesforce data, but the company is always tinkering with its products. Today it announced a series of connectors that link Wave with popular big data tools with the idea of bringing external data sources to the platform. Partners include Cloudera, Google, New… Read More

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