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Tips on how to ensure a painless transition from your legacy system to the next-gen SFA

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10 November, 2016

Tips on how to ensure a painless transition from your legacy system to the next-gen SFA

Bpm’online

Planning the switch to a new Sales Force Automation (SFA) solution but find the process is too complex, time-consuming and cost-ineffective? Download a practical eBook from bpm’online with best practices and tips on how to overcome the top challenges while migrating to a new SFA software!

Today, many organizations are put-off by having to move from their cumbersome legacy system to a next-gen SFA solutions because the sales reps do not support the switch, data migrations are too complex, or reports cannot be replicated. Sounds familiar?

Download the eBook and get an action plan for a seamless switch based on industry best practices.

Key Findings:

  • What are the top problems and challenges organizations face while switching from a legacy system to a new SFA (Sales Force Automation) solution
  • What are the core aspects businesses need to consider in order to avoid the hidden pitfalls throughout the migration process
  • The action plan of transitioning from your legacy system to a new SFA solution

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