Salesforce.com introduces Salesforce1 Mobile Reports and Dashboards
Now every Salesforce1 user will be able to instantly unlock answers found within their business data and take informed actions to move their business forward
SAN FRANCISCO, July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the world's #1 CRM platform, today introduced Salesforce1 Mobile Reports & Dashboards, enabling Salesforce1 Mobile App users to instantly access, analyze and act on business data from anywhere. The new reporting capabilities for Salesforce1 will deliver the most complete, customizable and open reporting experience in a single app—extending any user's ability to run their business from their phone. Now every Salesforce1 user will be able to instantly unlock answers found within their business data and take informed actions to move their business forward. Leading companies such as FFF Enterprises, Iron Mountain and Talent Plus are driving greater mobile productivity with Salesforce1.
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Business Users Demand More from Mobile Computing
Introducing Salesforce1 Mobile Reports & Dashboards—Instantly Access, Analyze and Act on Business Data From Anywhere
ACCESS: The Salesforce1 Mobile App already gives users instant access to all of their Salesforce CRM and custom reports and dashboards. With new Mobile Reports & Dashboards, users will now be able to drill through dashboards to access and update underlying records and data. For example, with a few taps on a phone, an automotive executive will be able to access a dashboard of expected revenues across dealerships, drill into the data to better understand why some are performing better than others, and then act by creating a special lease offer for dealerships to incentivize prospective buyers to ensure revenue goals are met in underperforming areas.
ANALYZE: New Reporting and Dashboards APIs will revolutionize the way customers analyze data in Salesforce. Developers will now have programmatic access to report data that can be integrated into any web or mobile app—inside or outside the Salesforce1 Platform. They can even use rich visualizations from third-party chart libraries to animate Salesforce data, giving users the ability to further customize reports and dashboards for their own use. A regional sales manager, for example, will be able to monitor all of the deals for the quarter through a custom reporting app grouped by account rep and monthly quota. Because the app was built with Reporting and Dashboards APIs, an account rep in the field will be able to use the same app to stay up to date on her pipeline by customizing the view to compare deals closed by peers, or zeroing in on those just closed by her. Each of them would be looking at the same real-time data, while viewing it through charts personally customized to inform their actions.
ACT: Business users need all the contextual data relevant for a specific action in one place. However, some mobile form factors can be limiting, requiring users to toggle between key data sets, often impeding progress. With Mobile Reports & Dashboards, users will be able to drag and drop charts and dashboards directly onto record detail pages for any standard or custom object, bringing together critical data points that accelerate action. For example, an admin will be able to embed a chart displaying top up-sell opportunities directly inside of an account record, putting all of the contextual data sales reps need into a single view. In addition, users will be able to instantly post snapshots of any chart to their Salesforce1 Chatter feed to initiate a conversation around the data. Charts and dashboards have always served as great alignment tools, and now teams will be able to collaborate around real-time information and reach a consensus on the next action—directly within the feed.
Leading Companies Will Drive Greater Mobile Productivity with Salesforce1 Mobile Reports & Dashboards
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