We are excited to announce that we have completed the integration of SalesScripter and Salesforce.com. With this integration, you will be able to access all of your scripts and email templates directly inside of Salesforce.com.

Why would I want to connect SalesScripter with Salesforce.com?
If you are using Salesforce.com and you are currently using or are interested in SalesScripter, there are a number of reasons to connect the two:

  • All in one place: Have your scripts and tools and contact details all in one place.
  • Get all sales resources on the same page: This will help you to get everybody to say the same pitch by having all the campaigns and tools right there in Salesforce.com.
  • Make sure your resources never question what to say and ask: With dozens of scripts right there in Salesforce.com, your sales resources should never have to think “what am I going to say?” again.
  • Shorten new hire ramp-up time: By having scripts right there in Salesforce.com, you will greatly shorten the amount of time that it takes to get new sales hires ramped up and performing.
  • Improve performance of underperforming reps: This will help to improve the sales performance for every member of the team, but more specifically this will allow you to provide better direction and tools to resources that are underperforming.

Where does SalesScripter show up in Salesforce.com?
Salesforce.com is a very large application and our goal was to display SalesScripter information in the right place and be as little of an addition as possible.

With that being said, the scripts are displayed when you are drilled down into a contact record. The logic is that this is where you will be in Salesforce.com when you are trying to determine what to say and ask – in the contact record.

There is a section called SalesScripter and this is where you will be able to select one of your campaigns and then be able to view and access call and meeting scripts, voicemail scripts, email templates, and more.

How do I get this set up?
The setup of this integration is extremely simple as it simply involves downloading the SalesScripter App from AppExchange and then making a couple of setting changes.

How much does the integration or app cost?
There is no cost for the app in Salesforce.com AppExchange and there are no services required to help get this integration complete. You may have a question or two and we will help with those at no cost as part of your subscription support. In other words, there is no cost at all to connect Salesforce.com with SalesScripter.

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