Pudding is now Success

Success plays key part in making Salesforce “the source of truth” for presales

April 23rd, 2021

Salesforce is considered as a “source of truth” for all sales related data in CRM. To maintain the spirit of “source of truth”, Success supported 2-way sync since beginning for sales engineering and Proof of Concept(POC) information. Salesforce being such a critical app for POC management, we continuously tried different methods to improve Success’ integration with salesforce.

We are now announcing a new and improved method of integration with salesforce. One of the key benefit is rapid and easy integration of Salesforce.com (SFDC) with Success. It continues to provide 2-way sync of Proof of Concept (POC) data. Success enables enterprises to create custom integration solutions. Success takes care of mapping SFDC records with Success and vice-versa.

“With automated sync between Success and Salesforce, Sales leaders can rely on Success being a high-quality data source for Salesforce.”

– Vik Arya, CEO and Co-founder, Success App.

Success users can build flexible workflows to sync data with SFDC accounts. The control of what data is synced with Salesforce has never been so easier. Now that Success takes care of salesforce sync, the sales reports are more accurate as they get fed with almost real time data from POC and field activities. It’s a win-win for both sales and sales engineering teams.

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