CloudKettle is proud to offer several Apps and Solutions to help increase the efficiency and operations of your business. From Sales to Marketing automation, there’s a chance we have an app for that.
BANT+C is a free app for Salesforce, from CloudKettle, that can be installed in minutes to create an easy-to-follow, better way of qualifying leads. SDRs know how to qualify raw leads, AEs can prioritize their efforts, and Sales leadership will be more confident in the Sales pipeline.
Health Check for Marketing Cloud
Created by Salesforce MVP and global Marketing Cloud expert Eliot Harper, Health Check for Salesforce Marketing Cloud scores each business unit within your Marketing Cloud account to provide a high-level overview of any issues that require remediation.
Naming Convention Builder
CloudKettle’s Naming Convention Builder allows you to create a naming convention for any assets you may need. Combine different element types and generate the script to copy and paste onto your own website for the creation of your own consistent Naming Conventions.
MJML Live Editor
The MJML Live Editor, you can create your email with MJML and publish HTML without leaving Email Studio and preview your changes real-time in Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
Secure your Salesforce investment with around-the-clock protection. By combining threat detection, real-time notifications and remediation, CloudKettle’s SafeGuard tool strengthens the stability and security of your Salesforce org.
And more coming soon!
CloudKettle continues to work on new ideas and new apps that will make your Salesforce orgs more efficient and secure (and your life easier). Want to be notified about our latest apps?
Speak with a consultant today and discover how our blend of industry knowledge and platform expertise has earned us a 5/5 rating on the Salesforce AppExchange.
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