Avery Dennison is an innovative worldwide leader in the manufacturer and distributor of labelling and packaging, adhesive technologies, merchandising graphics, and packaging materials. With offices and manufacturing plants in over 50 countries, Avery Dennison has needed to develop its I.T. infrastructure in order to engage customers and manage inventories. Avery Dennison has been using Salesforce for a number of years, but more recently identified the need to raise their game inline with the latest technology and improved working practices.
More specifically, Avery Dennison identified the need to improve:
When Avery Dennison initially approached Cetrix Cloud Services, they were using Salesforce Classic which had recently been superseded by the latest version called Salesforce Lightning. Cetrix quickly identified that by upgrading to Lightning, Avery Dennison could do more than address their existing challenges.
Cetrix was confident that the improved mobility offered by Lightning would enable Avery Dennison's sales team to work transparently from any location. They would also be able to improve their lead management by utilizing Lightning’s latest pipeline nurturing facilities, and its advanced activity tracking abilities.
Cetrix was pleased to manage the upgrade for Avery Dennison’s 1000+ users, and the customization and deployment were so successful that the company rapidly began to extend their existing Salesforce platform by implementing a number of its more unique features.
The [almost] transparent transition was the result of Cetrix Cloud Service’sexpert planning and a solid roll-out strategy. This was supported by clear communications, an understanding ofAvery Dennison’s business, and an ability to project Lightning’s potential.
Having upgraded from Salesforce Classic to Lightning, Avery Dennison was quick to find that the improved speed of its GUI, combined with some of its re-imagined workflows had immediate streamlining results on their business
“After the initial learning curve, our staff were dotting around the system like power-users.” After the upgrade, some of their staff were reticent to switch to the new user Lightning interface. Through training, Cetrix was able to demonstrate Lightning's potential for improvements, and users found the transition much easier than was anticipated. Furthermore, the discoverability of Lightning’s new features such as the upgraded list views, dashboards, reports, and search capabilities meant that users were quick to understand the potentiality of the latest Salesforce version.
Avery Dennison was quick to point out that with the Salesforce Mobile App, their employees could access important information from anywhere via their mobile devices. It enabled them to work truly mobile, and fully connected.
Having been using the latest version of Salesforce Lightning for some months now, Avery Dennison has found:
Despite what first appeared to be a daunting upgrade from Classic to Lightning, Cetrix Cloud Services proved to Avery Dennison that through correct planning, asking the right questions and on-going support, a successful conversion was attainable.