Already a customer? Use the Salesforce login page on the official website at Login.Salesforce.com to access your dedicated portal and account settings.
The secure customer area of the CRM and cloud computing service is built for small business and enterprise companies.
When you go to https://login.salesforce.com/ in your web browser, you will see a field to enter your username and a field under it to enter your password. Complete both fields with your Salesforce login credentials.
Successful authentication to your account requires that you do not have any password problems or a custom domain setup. If you forget your password you must use the tool to reset it. A temporary password or reminder will be sent to your email address on file in your account.
Custom domains are a different sign on process. Replace DOMAIN in this url https://DOMAIN.my.salesforce.com with your own company name. If your company name is CRM, your url string will look like https://crm.my.salesforce.com instead of the normal login page.
Once you are in your account you can access the CRM software and cloud solutions are subscribed to. Update your profile or email address, or contact support for help with changing information for your business.
New expanded modules for sales, service, marketing, community, analytics, and the platform are listed for small business or by industry categories. Customers are using their Salesforce login with the CRM solution to manage client contacts and tracking leads.
One account to close deals and combine with the cloud solution help with the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and productivity acceleration. Inside sales reps use their sign in more than field reps due to the hands on process of the CRM software and what is required in the office.
Both areas of sales benefit from having their own Salesforce login to manage customers. It is advised for companies to issue one login per representative and not to allow credential sharing. Security concerns and poor data entry in the portal are the side affects of such actions. Find out more about this in the resources below.