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  • Writer's pictureAdam Curwin

A Review of the 5 Best Salesforce Firms

Choosing the right Salesforce firm is critical for unlocking your CRM's full potential. These firms are not just tech experts; they're business strategists who tailor Salesforce to your company's heartbeat.

In this roundup, we're diving into the best in the business – helping you make an informed choice for your Salesforce journey.

The Advantage of Working With A Dedicated Salesforce Firm

Working with a Salesforce firm means getting more than just setup; it’s like having a navigator for the entire Salesforce journey. These experienced experts bring something to the table that freelancers and most in-house teams can't match – specialized, holistic Salesforce know-how.

They look at your business, identify where Salesforce can really make a difference, and then make it happen. This means not only a smoother implementation but also custom solutions like automated processes and insightful reporting that drive real business results.

Factors to Consider When Evaluating a Potential Partner

Choosing a Salesforce firm isn’t a shot in the dark; it’s about making a calculated decision. Here are some factors to keep in mind when choosing:

  • Project Specs: Can they handle what you’re throwing at them, from system architecture to training sessions?

  • Pace and Flexibility: Do they match the unique rhythm of your organization?

  • Customization: Are they wizards at tweaking Salesforce to fit your sales and marketing stack like a glove?

  • Proactivity: Do they lead the way, or are you expected to constantly direct?

  • Long-term Viability: Are they a quick-fix team or a partner who can scale and evolve with your business?

The Salesforce firm you pick is a game-changer for your business's success and the ROI you squeeze from Salesforce. We've done the legwork and curated a list of top-tier Salesforce firms. Dive in, explore, and find the partner that's going to propel your business forward.

Our Top 5 Most Trustworthy Firms

Skydog Ops goes beyond surface-level Salesforce services, instead acting as a strategic Salesforce implementation partner, helping your business tap into the full power of Salesforce.

We offer comprehensive Salesforce implementation services and can act as your fractional Salesforce team, to support your company and its processes as you grow.

Some things you should know about working with us: you’ll never talk to project managers, only tried-and-true experts who have earned their stripes in all things Salesforce. We believe that speed and simplicity are the key to success, and that overcomplexity kills. You’ll also notice how we’re persistent and proactive: we take the ball and run with it, without waiting for next steps.

We offer flexible models (without a retainer), can work on quick and large-scale projects, and when you partner with us, you’ll get 2 to 3 full-time, US-based experts.

We know how frustrating it is to find a CRM and RevOps partner that delivers the results that you’re looking for when it comes to Salesforce. That’s why Skydog operates the way it does.

Now that you know what we can do for you, we’re going to list a few more leaders in this space. We’re extremely confident in our ability to deliver results as your Salesforce firm, and also believe in partnering with companies which are an excellent match for our services.

Accenture says it's “driven by the power of data,” and says it has the “world’s largest Salesforce practice.” Accenture also says it delivers up to 50,000 hours of Salesforce training annually, and has the highest number of Certified Technical Architects in the market. Its Salesforce offerings include B2B sales solutions, solutions for marketers, and solutions for customer service.

Cognizant says it’s a “leading Salesforce strategic partner” which utilizes “advanced technologies, real-time data analysis, accuracy, and quality to enhance interactions with every stakeholder.” They also say that they have one of the “largest pools” of Salesforce-certified consultants, and that they “help companies engage their customers” with their Salesforce solutions. Cognizant says their Salesforce capabilities include “core cloud offerings,” as well as “digital process automation, enterprise integration, and sales & industry transformation.”

Corrao Group provides B2B organizations with Salesforce-related services, and say that they’ve “cultivated a deep knowledge and understanding of Salesforce.” They can provide custom implementation (including scoping, building, training, and product handoff), as well as ongoing managed services. They also have a “Time & Material” engagement model, which they say “offers flexibility and adaptability.”

IBM says it’s “more than a Salesforce implementation partner,” that it works with companies to “co-create, reimagine and engineer Salesforce solutions across your business as part of your digital transformation.” IBM leverages AI and automation, saying they use it to “empower you to pursue growth opportunities.” IBM’s Salesforce services include options for sales, marketing, and commerce, and they say they use “design thinking” to “quickly identify opportunities for operational productivity and growth.”

Work with the Salesforce firm that most aligns with your own company values and ethos

Who you choose to partner with for your Salesforce needs is a deeply personal choice, as the impacts will have ripple effects throughout your organization. While these are some of the best Salesforce firms out there today, each one brings something different to the table.

If you’re looking for a light-on-its-feet partner firm that customizes Salesforce services for high-growth companies, then we should talk. Skydog Ops specializes in salesforce implementation and can provide you with fractional Salesforce team services at the speed and ease your business deserves.

Find out why companies looking to supercharge their growth choose Skydog Ops for their Salesforce implementation by filling out the form below today.


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