By the end of this course, youâ€™ll be able to:
- Establish a process for developing and deploying analytics solutions for your sales organization.
- Set up an efficient analytics infrastructure to ensure users can find the reports and dashboards they need.
- Create effective sales reports and dashboards to address the needs of users at all levels.
- Maximize users’ consumption of sales reports and dashboards
- Establish a process for delivering analytics solutions
- Discover high-level requirements
Defining Your Analytics Infrastructure
- Determine permissions and folder access
- Define a report and dashboard architecture
- Clean up reports and dashboards
Analyzing Opportunity Pipeline
- Analyze executive requirements
- Design an executive dashboard solution
- Build reports to analyze pipeline
- Build top 10 opportunity reports
- Analyze opportunity size
Closed Business Analysis
- Report on won opportunities against targets
- Compare closed business month over month
- Build top 10 won opportunities reports
- Build a top sales rep leaderboard
- Analyze win rates
Analyzing Pipeline Trends
- Report on opportunity trends with stage history
- Analyze opportunity trends with analytic snapshots
- Analyze the companyâ€™s sales forecast
- Analyze sales repsâ€™ quotas and forecasts
Lead Performance Analysis
- Analyze which types of leads perform best
- Monitor lead conversion times
- Monitor lead qualification performance
- Compare sales rep conversion performance
Sales Team Management Reporting
- Identify stuck opportunities and bottlenecks
- Identify opportunities at risk
- Analyze sales rep activities
- Monitor data quality
Reports and Dashboards for Sales People
- Monitor individual pipelines
- Manage activities
- Analyze individual quotas
Validate and Deploy Your Analytics Solution
- Validate that a solution meets requirements
- Provide guidance on how users can use a solution to meet their objectives
- Maximize the consumption of reports and dashboards
Implementing an Analytics Strategy for the Sales Cloud is for anyone responsible for developing and maintaining reports and dashboards for their sales organization in Salesforce, such as sales operations analysts, business analysts, and sales managers. System administrators and power users may also benefit from this course.
The prerequisites include a solid understanding of basic Salesforce concepts and sales functionality.
In particular, students should have some knowledge of:
- Navigating Salesforce.
- Salesforce objects and their relationships to one another.
- Creating reports with the report builder.
- Creating dashboards with the dashboard builder.