Making the transition to a new Salesforce CRM implementation is a journey—one that begins with the decision to purchase and implement the robust solution into your team’s daily activities. But whether you’re implementing Salesforce as part of a total process makeover for your organization, or to complement existing processes and workflows, full integration can be a complex and potentially costly undertaking.
More often than not, we see customers going to Salesforce to augment, rather than completely replace, their existing business software and applications, which allows them to continue working in the same familiar and proven environments their teams already thrive in, while also enjoying the newly added Salesforce CRM benefits of dramatically increased visibility, enhanced organization and workflows, and accelerated virtual collaboration. To achieve these goals, it is critical that full Salesforce integration take place in a way that allows the merging of new capabilities with your current data and operations, providing the best of both worlds without sacrificing usability or functionality.
While Salesforce CRM integration tools do exist on the market today, they are often exorbitantly – and in the case of many small businesses, prohibitively – expensive and complex, requiring substantial additional resources to be used, on top of an initial Salesforce purchase. To effectively address this widespread challenge, Tokara has unveiled its new Hosted Salesforce Integration Services, which provide comprehensive programming and development to seamlessly integrate clients’ new CRM solutions into their existing business practices without additional add-ons, for a cost-effective, comprehensive solution that eliminates IT headaches and allows them to maximize, not stretch, their Salesforce investment.
Not only do our services provide a significant cost saving advantage, allowing our skilled CRM experts to handle all aspects of your integration frees up your teams to start implementing Salesforce more quickly, without additional training time. This approach minimizes downtime and leads to greater user adoption, because learning a new platform is less intimidating when it’s based on established processes already in place within your organization.
Tune in next week for more details on how our team of seasoned Salesforce experts use enterprise-level data integration and transformation to drive the integration process and take the programming and development burden off your shoulders. In the meantime, you can find out more about our new integration services by contacting any member of our consulting team at [email protected]. We also encourage you to contact Tokara’s VP of Business Development, Mark Fillingim, directly at +1 972-719-0213.