Dreamforce and The Absorb LMS App for Salesforce
We're excited to announce that our Absorb LMS App for Salesforce is now available on the Salesforce AppExchange.We know that many of our customers are using Salesforce and we can't wait to get the app in your hands to start using it. You can learn more about the Absorb LMS App for Salesforce, in the AppExchange, or by reaching out to our team. Some of our team will also be showcasing the new Absorb LMS App for Salesforce at Dreamforce, Nov 6-9, in San Francisco. If you're going to be there, come and say hi! You can find us at booth #136 in the Customer Success Expo. The official Dreamforce and Absorb LMS App for Salesforce announcement is below. https://absorb.wistia.com/medias/38essitva1?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640
Absorb Software Announces Absorb LMS on the Salesforce AppExchange, the World's Leading Enterprise Apps MarketplaceAbsorb Software Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based learning and performance management software and analytics for corporations and higher education institutions, launched their new Absorb LMS App on the Salesforce AppExchange, empowering businesses to connect with their customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways. Absorb LMS The Absorb LMS App will allow users to natively manage and interact with their training data and learners. This will allow for sales teams to quickly assign and sell new training to clients, operations to report on training ROI, and customer service teams to ensure their clients have the most up to date product training. Built on the Salesforce Platform, the Absorb LMS App is currently available on the Salesforce AppExchange at www.appexchange.salesforce.com/listingDetail?listingId=a0N3A00000EJHlsUAH. Absorb Software is participating in Dreamforce 2017 as a Bronze Sponsor and can be found exhibiting at booth #136 in the Dreamforce Customer Success Expo. In addition, Richard Nantel, VP of Enterprise Learning Solutions at Absorb Software, will deliver two theater sessions at Dreamforce 2017:
- Why Your Sales Team Needs a Different Training Strategy
- Good salespeople typically have specific personality characteristics. They are almost invariably extroverts with good communication and social skills and an ability to read people. These characteristics give us clues on how we should design effective learning for sales teams.
- What Are You Signaling (and is it Hurting Your Sales)?
- Every day, we send, unaware, signals to others about who we are and what we like. Many of these signals can alienate potential clients. No matter how great your company’s products or services, you’ll likely fail to sell to clients who view the world differently than you do.