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Beyond login rates: three key areas for measuring adoption

Beyond login rates: three key areas for measuring adoption

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User adoption is key to making Salesforce CRM successful. To make sure you stay on track, you need to be proactive about measuring adoption. This document outlines three key areas for measuring user adoption.
User adoption is key to making Salesforce CRM successful. To make sure you stay on track, you need to be proactive about measuring adoption. This document outlines three key areas for measuring user adoption.

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Now that your Salesforce CRM application is implemented and set up for your business needs, it’s time foryour users to dive in and start using it. But how do you know if your users are really getting the most fromSalesforce CRM? The best way to tell is to proactively measure adoption rates.Tracking user logins is a good start, but it’s not enough. Because it can beconfusing to figure out what to measure, you need to develop a framework of key performance indicators (KPIs). To come up with these metrics, werecommend involving key stakeholders—managers, senior managers, andexecutives—to determine KPIs based on business benefits and desiredprocess performance. If you don’t define and regularly monitor KPIs byincorporating the reports and dashboard features in Salesforce CRM, youmay find that adoption, consistent usage, and data quality will suffer.If you haven’t done so already, check out the AppExchange for adoptiondashboards to track login activity and new records added by users.
Choosing adoption metrics
Consider these three key areas when choosing metrics to measure user adoption:1.
 
Usage2.
 
Data quality3.
 
Business performance
1. Usage
Your first measurement of adoption—and a basic indicator of success—is login rates. You also need toensure that users are actively and consistently updating data and creating new contacts, opportunities,and/or cases, depending on their roles in the organization.Below is a list of suggested baseline metrics to track usage. Which metrics to use and how often to track them depends on your unique requirements, but we’ve provided some guidelines to get you started:
Usage metric Frequency
Users logged in last 7 days WeeklyUsers not logged in by last name last 7 days WeeklyUsers never logged in WeeklyAccounts created by owner role last 120 days MonthlyOpportunities created by owner role last 60 days MonthlyContacts created by owner role last 120 days MonthlyActivities completed last 60 days MonthlyAccounts last modified by owner last 120 days MonthlyNeglected opportunities by role next 60 days MonthlyOpen tasks by assigned role current and previous Quarterly
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User adoption is key to making Salesforce CRMsuccessful. To make sure you stay on track, youneed to be proactive about measuring adoption.This document outlines three key areas formeasuring user adoption.
By: Matt Jadhav
Beyond login rates: three key areas for measuringadoption

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