Our latest product release for Winter '13 is here and it's hot (or frosty if you prefer). There are many new features to help you engage with your customers and co-workers, and increase your overall productivity.
In order for you to learn more about the exciting innovations, we are inviting you to talk directly with the Product Managers behind those features.
Mark your calendars and attend the two Winter '13 Twitter Q&As we are holding next week! Tweet your questions about the new updates using #Winter13QA and our product managers will answer you live next Tuesday & Friday.
Here is the PM and topics line up:
Tuesday, October 30th, 9:30 - 10:00 AM PST
Salesforce Touch with Pratima Arora & Todd Enders
Speed your sales with access on any mobile device. Sales Cloud works easily and automatically on mobile devices like the iPad using HTML5 technology with Salesforce Touch. Easily access all your Salesforce data and start driving revenue with Salesforce at your fingertips.
Salesforce for Outlook Side Panel with Ken Wakamatsu
Keep track of every customer interaction, right from Outlook. By popular demand, your sales reps can easily associate emails and meetings in Outlook with Salesforce data from within Outlook. In the Winter ’13 release, a new side panel gives a view of contact and lead details from Salesforce right from the popular email Outlook interface, saving valuable time for busy reps.
Friday, November 2nd, 9:30 - 10:00 AM PST
Customizable Sales Teams with Rajit Joseph
Grow major accounts with team selling. Winter '13 gives greater customization and control to teams that work together on opportunities, called Sales Teams. With the ability to add custom fields and links, define layouts, create triggers for automatic updates, and more, team selling is more collaborative and more productive than ever.
Analytics for Collaborative Forecasts with Robin Grochol
Winter ’13 helps you answer ad hoc questions and run specific analyses of your forecasts in the new Collaborative Forecasts engine. You can build any dashboards or reports you want—including custom report types—against forecast data.