Is having more and more to do everyday at work the new norm? You betcha… and given the tide of data that never recedes, if you’re attacking your day in the same way you did a few years back, you are probably drowning.
There are countless fabulous cloud apps meant to make us more productive (the average person uses 20 at work), but often they weren’t built to talk to each other. Connecting these apps usually takes someone with IT skills far above the average person. Navigating, collecting, and moving data between apps can seriously chip away at your day.
Marketers, how much time have you spend uploading lead lists into Salesforce, Marketo, Eloqua, etc? What about tracking social, lead gen, and web analytics, and preparing reports to deliver them ‘just so’ for your boss? Sales, what about staying on top of new emails, contacts, and keeping SFDC updated in general?
Since you are the one who knows how to do your job best, what if you could set up workflows for the tasks that drive you nuts using basic import and export automations or fancy multi-step processes that would impress even your IT gurus?
Overworked, frazzled workers everywhere are in luck. TIBCO Simplr helps anyone, regardless of technical skill level, automate processes around cloud apps they use everyday. The result? We call it “personal automation”, and it makes those menial tasks take care of themselves.
There are other personal automation tools out there, but TIBCO Simplr lets you:
- Layer actions. There’s no limit to the number of steps in your automations. Set it and go home early!
- Go waaaay back. Instead of pulling just new information like other tools, Simplr lets you access historical data.
- Do more inside the tool. Instead of creating a spreadsheet to dump your SFDC data into first, Simplr lets you do so on the spot. Fewer steps = happiness.
Sound fun and freeing? Sign up for the free TIBCO Simplr Beta and feel frustration from your routine tasks melt away. Do you have a particular headache you’d like to see disappear? Send us feedback! We want to hear from you!