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What is the Jiminny Salesforce Application?

A look at the core value you will get from this integration

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Written by Harry Hawkins
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The Jiminny Salesforce application transforms the way that Salesforce users can leverage their Jiminny data. Let's explore the core benefits that you can expect from getting this set up!

Consolidated Workflow:

Sales managers and reps can now consolidate their workflow by accessing comprehensive conversation intelligence directly within Salesforce.

This integration ensures a seamless experience, allowing managers to stay within their familiar Salesforce environment while gaining deep insights into customer interactions. We pull through all the key insights from Jiminny such as the Summary, Action items, Statistics, Themes, Transcript, Questions, Attendees and more!

To play the call you can play it directly in Salesforce, or click “Play in Jiminny” and jump straight to the playback page.


Jiminny Data for Reporting:

We provide 15 out of the box reports for you to use, copy and modify to suit your needs!

The Jiminny Salesforce Application enables you to combine your key Jiminny data within the Salesforce environment for reporting purposes.

This means sales managers can leverage Jiminny's rich meeting information to generate detailed reports, enhancing the accuracy and depth of their analytical insights.

IMPORTANT: Report availability depends on your App Transience setting.


Insights into Themes and Topics:

Sales managers can access a high-level view of core themes and topics discussed in meetings, providing valuable insights into the content covered.

This feature assists managers in understanding what is and isn't being addressed in customer interactions, facilitating more targeted and strategic follow-ups. This can also be reported on!


Attendee tracking:

The application offers visibility into invited attendees, confirming their presence at the meeting. We then link this attendee to the relevant Salesforce contact to make it easy to understand who you're talking to.


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