NOTE: The Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant Certification has a pre-requisite that you be certified as a Salesforce Administrator. If you do not already have the Administrator certification, I encourage you to enroll in my Admin course and attain that certification first, before attempting this one.
This course covers every core concept and fundamental that is on the Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant certification exam. The Sales Cloud Consultant certification requires that you have previously passed the Salesforce Administrator Certification.
This course is designed to follow the structure and sequence of Salesforce's official Exam Guide for this certification. I have devoted a section of the course to correspond with the 10 sections of the exam guide, which include:
I have 6 Salesforce Certifications, including this one. This particular certification extends the base knowledge you acquired in the Admin certification and you will become very familiar with the Sales Cloud. This course covers such things as Quotes, CPQ, Orders, Assets, Work, Data, Sites, Quip, Einstein Lead Scoring, Path (formerly Sales Path), and much, much more.
The consultant certifications for Salesforce make you highly marketable and exemplify that you have both a deep and broad understanding of the platform. The consultant certifications are particularly valuable to Salesforce Partner companies and score heavily in these partner companies' evaluations and metrics with Salesforce, as they themselves strive to progress from Silver to Gold to Platinum status.
Matt's specialty is based on Predictable Revenue, the converge of technology and the sales profession (sales hacking), and educating/training future sales champions.
Matt began his startup journey as the co-founder of Bartab. At Bartab, Matt was able to secure $25,000 from Facebook and eventually sold the company in 2010. From there Matt joined AppSumo as the 1st sales rep and helped take the company from $0 to $3M/YR.
After AppSumo, Matt went on to Thunderbird School of Global Management where he completed his MBA.
Currently, Matt works at StackCommerce as the Director of Partnerships. In this role Matt has helped scale the company from $0 to $20M/YR in sales. This growth was partially a result of Matt's ability to close major partnerships, develop robust elearning offerings, and build a sales & lead generation machine.