Maximizing Sales Processes by Integrating Salesforce and WordPress
Reduced Manual Work
Increased Productivity and Efficiency
Industry: Transport & Logistics
Overview & Challenge
Impel Union is a US-based company, which sales a wide variety of exceptional trucks and trailers to qualified drivers and companies. They work diligently to tailor programs and payment schedules to meet customers’ needs, as well as the wishes of companies and individuals.
Whether the customer is an individual, small or mid-sized company, they offer leasing solutions with terms that can fit into customers’ budget and help improve the total return on their investment.
To add products in the inventory, Impel Union uses Salesforce. All products’ characteristics, price, and pictures are added to Salesforce. To sell the products, Impel Union has implemented a WordPress website. However, the Salesforce system and the WordPress website weren’t connected. This meant that once the products were added to Salesforce, Impel Union had to add them manually on the website. Therefore, Impel Union was losing a lot of time and effort to add products with all their characteristics thus prolonging the time of adding products leading to losing sales.
What Impel Union needed was integration between Salesforce and WordPress. Impel Union adds new products along with their features in Salesforce, and then the data is automatically synchronized with the WordPress website.
The integration between Salesforce and WordPress eliminates unnecessary manual work, accelerated productivity, and time to value.
By integrating Salesforce with WordPress, Impel Union aligned the processes of adding products to the inventory, synchronized the data between Salesforce and WordPress, and improved sales teams’ productivity and efficiency. Key results included:
Reduced the time needed for manually adding products by 100%;
Avoiding mistakes for re-adding products;
Transparency among the sales team members;
Increased productivity and efficiency for 50%;
Improved customer acquisition and retention processes;