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Bluewolf Launches Bluewolf Go; Consulting Reimagined to Get Companies Live on Salesforce in Weeks

For a set price, clients can get running on Salesforce quickly, while staying focused on their business goals

NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Global consulting agency, Bluewolf, an IBM Company and a Salesforce Global Strategic Consulting Partner, announced Bluewolf Go, a new way to get companies live on Salesforce in just 30 or 60 days. Based on Bluewolf's proven approach and delivery of more than 10,000 successful Salesforce projects, Bluewolf Go is helping companies of all sizes get closer to their customers with a suite of consulting services that accelerate time to value for clients looking to get running on Salesforce.

Bluewolf Go enables quick implementations so customers can stay focused on their business goals. Available globally for a set price, Bluewolf Go works across the Salesforce Customer Success Platform, including Salesforce Sales Cloud, Salesforce Service Cloud, Field Service Lightning, Salesforce CPQ and Pardot. Bluewolf Go also provides customers with a path to innovate going forward as their business needs change through Bluewolf Beyond, an agency-style managed service that supports live cloud environments on an annual basis.

"For the past 16 years, we have focused our business on the Salesforce Platform. Our newest offering broadens our commitment to customers looking to get running on Salesforce quickly with scale, resources, and reinvented customer experience strategy to right-size technology and costs," said Eric Berridge, CEO, Bluewolf. "Bluewolf Go helps companies of all sizes achieve fast transformation and results, while prioritizing customers as the number one focus of their business."

The U.S. small and medium-sized business cloud adoption rate has risen 50 percent over the past four years, yet the consulting landscape today presents few options for these companies: implement Salesforce themselves, or partner with a potentially less experienced firm that may not prioritize customer experience at the core of every engagement. Bluewolf Go is innovating how companies can go live with Salesforce and achieve their business outcomes, including:

  • An interactive and self-guided purchase experience where clients can receive an immediate recommendation on timing and budget.
  • Pre-built solutions, based on Bluewolf's 16 years of Salesforce expertise, for companies with well-defined objectives to go live on Salesforce in 30 or 60 days.
  • Guided go-to-market frameworks, for companies less familiar with Salesforce, that address foundational functionality within Salesforce, including Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Salesforce CPQ, Field Service Lightning and Pardot.
  • Reduced risk of deployments, while accelerating results, with Bluewolf Sightline, a patented technology-driven method designed to support ongoing innovation with Salesforce.

Bluewolf is recognized as a global leader in the Salesforce implementation ecosystem and has delivered end-to-end customer experiences for companies of all sizes including The Bay Club, T-Mobile, and new Bluewolf Go customers like Diener Precision Pumps, a Swiss quality manufacturer of precision gear and piston pumps worldwide.

"We greatly needed a system of record to give us quick insight and reporting of our global sales. With Bluewolf's credibility and breadth of services in the Salesforce space, they were the right partner to transform our sales operations immediately," said Mike Gann, IT Engineer, Diener Precision Pumps. "In just one month, Bluewolf Go delivered on its promise of a fast Salesforce implementation. We now have the transparency to make the most out of every customer moment and achieve our business goals."

"As a long-standing consulting partner with deep Salesforce expertise, Bluewolf is a leader in helping companies accelerate customer engagement on the Salesforce Customer Success Platform," said Don Lynch, SVP Worldwide Strategic Alliances, Salesforce. "With services like Bluewolf Go, Bluewolf continues to innovate how consulting services are delivered for organizations, providing a guided way to go live faster with Salesforce, so companies can focus on achieving customer success."

About Bluewolf
Bluewolf, an IBM Company, is a global consulting agency that builds digital solutions designed to create results. Now. We're the proven Salesforce strategic partner for a reason—our technology-driven method combines our team's years of experience with cloud solutions that continually connect our clients with their customers. We specialize in leading cloud technologies like Salesforce, but our clients come to Bluewolf for so much more than our technical expertise. We serve a community of future-focused industry leaders dedicated to building the next generation of digital experiences. The way we see it, when business is done in real time on the cutting edge, it's always now. www.bluewolf.com

Salesforce, Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Pardot and others are trademarks of salesforce.com, Inc.

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