Salesforce France Gold Partners Easyfront Consulting are aiming to boost media ad sales by introducing the outstanding Salesforce-integrated app ADvendio.
Easyfront was formed in France three years ago by Managing Director Mathieu Etienne as a dynamic consulting and system integrator company dedicated solely to Salesforce. This was always going to be the backbone of this company’s business dynamic.
Mathieu chose ADvendio as the “best of breed” of Salesforce Partner Apps because of its end-to-end capability to streamline the selling workflow. Easyfront has expertise in consulting, integration and deployment, maintenance, audit and analytics. Mathieu says, “We have a strong focus on the media industry, and we identified Advendio’s solution as the most valuable for advertising sales and order management, and so we decided to partner with them.”
Easyfront is able to customise ADvendio to meet the exact specifications and needs of their customers. For example, for the past three years, they have been adapting ISV solutions dedicated to Life Sciences or subscription billing and they are continuing in this with Advendio for their media companies.
In only a few years, Easyfront has performed spectacularly, becoming a Salesforce Gold Partner and receiving an award as a Fast Growing Salesforce France Partner in 2016.
Two consultants from Easyfront, Valentin and Chimène, visited ADvendio Headquarters in Hamburg recently to gain the requisite training to ensure that they will maximise benefits from ADvendio for their Easyfront clients.
Mathieu says, “In our business model, our clients’ satisfaction and trust is vital – as ADvendio is the leading ad sales management solution which can improve their business productivity, and which has been validated and approved by our experts, we’re very confident each time we propose ADvendio and implement it for our clients.”
Bernd Bube, CEO and founder of ADvendio, says, “We are delighted to have on board our new French partners Easyfront, and we look forward to a long and productive business relationship with them.”