Because I am responsible for 460 accounts in the public sector , with local governments such as municipalities as well as transport companies as a deepening, I need to know what is going on in the field. A while ago I caught up with a director of a trade association. He introduced us to a potential customer, an overseas municipality, because he knew Salesforce had the solution to their problem. Via Slack I communicate with my colleagues to set up an inspiration session for this potential customer. The challenge lies mainly in the digital infrastructure of the municipality.
They often still work with paper and would like to catch up digitally by immediately using the products of Salesforce with the entire infrastructure. A complex problem, but it is precisely Israel phone number list these kinds of challenges that make my work so fascinating. An afternoon of tenders and volunteering I mentioned it earlier: the public sector is inextricably linked to tenders at Salesforce . After lunch I give a presentation from one of these tenders with one of our business partners to one of the largest municipalities in the Netherlands.
With these business partners I use our own technology to collaborate, such as Salesforce Anywhere . of questions and proper follow-up is crucial. Salesforce Customer 360 bundles all data, processes and conversations in one central source of information, so that all teams can work together in a clear way and everyone is always up to date with the latest information. In addition to my work for Salesforce, I also do volunteer work. For many years I was chairman of a foundation of which I am now an active member. Salesforce gives me 56 hours a year to spend freely on volunteer or pro bono work. This stems from the 1-1-1 model at Salesforce, where 1% of product, 1% of capital, and 1% of employee time is returned to the community.