The first all-you-can-fly airline uses Salesforce to provide one very high-touch experience. Its flight plan has already grown to 2,300 members and counting, and its fleet of planes will expand from 11 to 65 in the next 5 years.
After rapidly increasing distribution channels and expanding to other product lines, YETI looked to Salesforce for visibility into its sales and service teams, so it could maintain a consistent and personalized experience for customers.
DUFL leaders pride themselves on providing customers with an exceptional experience, a white-glove service without the luxury price tag. The company uses Sales Cloud and Service Cloud to manage accounts and track activity so it can keep current customers happy and win new customers.
“By creating customer journeys with Marketing Cloud, we give every single one of our 1.5 million donors an experience that in the past was reserved only for million-dollar donors,” said CMO Katie Bisbee.
See why Scaled Agile turned to Salesforce Sales Cloud to help manage a complex network of partners and customers, increase transparency and visibility, and make it easier to communicate with every contact.
With Salesforce, this corporate real estate team is tracking the right leads. “We’re meeting with bigger, higher profile companies that lead to greater revenue growth for the firm,” says David Bergeron, CFO.
Salesforce has made Belly “far more efficient than we could ever imagine,” says Jeremy von Halle, Director of Sales Enablement. Today, its solutions for contracts, quotes, and billing are all automatically aligned.
Tilt specializes in crowdfunding, so community is at the core of its business. Salesforce helps the Tilt team to better manage partnerships and engage with customers — while saving them 10+ hours of work a week.