Google Marketing Platform
Google Analytics 360 + Salesforce
Drive sales, fine-tune marketing, and elevate the customer experience with the power of first-party data
The world’s most widely-adopted analytics platform meets the world’s most widely-adopted CRM solution
This winning combination brings together the comprehensive online data of Google Analytics 360, with the rich offline customer data of Salesforce. This amplifies the potential for brands to attract, nurture, convert, and retain customers, resulting in true customer-centric, and data-driven experiences.
Identify sources that deliver high-quality leads that convert, empowering your marketing and sales teams
Organizations leveraging this integration between Google and Salesforce are achieving business benefits from enhanced customer loyalty to increased ROI on marketing programs as marketing and sales work in lock-step to optimize their approach.
Unlock the enormous potential within your data, with more processing power and data export options
- Increased data limits, starting at 500 million hits per month, and faster, intra-day processing.
- Advanced analysis tools, with up to 200 custom dimensions and 200 custom metrics.
- Unsampled report downloads for custom report requests and sampling limits up to 100 million sessions.
- Export granular hit-level data to Google BigQuery to conduct even deeper analysis and apply Machine Learning to automatically and rapidly generate new insights.
Speak with a Google Analytics 360 & Salesforce integration expert.
Understand your customers
and connect insights to results
We’re now in the enviable position of having an accurate view at each stage of our customer journey. Cardinal Path enabled a custom cloud analytics solution that not only gives us a business advantage but helps us shape a great customer experience.
Deeper Salesforce and Google Analytics 360 Insights with BigQuery and Google Cloud
Based on thousands of deployments and martech integrations, Cardinal Path shares its powerhouse knowledge to empower brands to start making the shift toward a culture of data-driven customer experiences – both online and offline – and a holistic approach to marketing investments and sales enablement.