CRM made easy

SAP Sales Cloud empowers and emboldens
your Sales team to interact with customers more creatively
throughout the purchase process.

SAP Sales Cloud

Engages

your sales organization with intuitive & effective sales training

Delivers

connected sales experiences that accelerate the buying process & turn customers into advocates

Impresses

customers through connected, customer-centric processes that improve experiences & maximize sales

Empowers

your sales organization to engage with customers, build relationships, & win business

Sales Cloud Success Stories  

Toyota successfully utilizes Sales Cloud to automate the process of awarding commissions, and stay on track with changing regulatory requirements in the automotive industry. Toyota replaced on-premise SAP systems across a multitude of regional dealerships with a single, integrated cloud

Nationally recognized retailer Sephora’s beauty brand is growing fast! To handle a huge influx of new hires to their sales teams, Sephora implemented Sales Cloud to digitize their hiring processes and get their team members onboarded swiftly and easily.

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