Like the Tour de France, Salesforce is a many staged route


Are you ready for the Tour de France 2014? It’s Le Grand Départ this weekend, in the rolling hills of Yorkshire. Over the course of three weeks this July, we’ll see 198 riders battling it out across 21 stages, covering a distance of 3,664 kms.

How do you win a race like this?

Well in the words of Greg LeMond, triple Tour de France champ,

“Perhaps the single most important element in mastering the techniques and tactics of racing is experience. But once you have the fundamentals, acquiring the experience is a matter of time.”

 We couldn’t agree more, and we think that the same is true when implementing Salesforce. Get the fundamentals right, then use your new system. That’s it.

Enjoy the Tour de France this weekend. Its going to be amazing. Here’s our guide to a making a solid start on Salesforce, in the first five stages and beyond.


Some useful links

Our Salesforce Best Start service package

Best Start for The Retention People, a case study

A Salesforce implementation: What’s the process?


By Amy Grenham
1 July 2014
SalesforceThe Good Systems Blog

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