In 2016, Salesforce released Financial Services Cloud (FSC) — initially to serve the wealth management market. Since then, it has expanded to retail banking, commercial banking, and insurance to become a one-stop solution for the modern bank.
Having worked with numerous banks and equipment finance companies that use Salesforce Financial Services Cloud, I’ve noticed a real trend towards companies underutilizing the amazing features available to them. It’s not anyone’s fault, as FSC is loaded with robust features that increase with each release, and it can be hard to stay on top of them all!
I have created a video that includes some of the top features I’ve seen in the Salesforce Financial Services Cloud, which may help you get more out of your Salesforce FSC investment. Enjoy!
Salesforce Financial Services Cloud: Top Features
Each listed feature appears in the video below, as well as screenshots for easy reference.
- Referrals Assigned to Me
- My Top Referrers
- Referrer Summary
- Referral Performance
2. Business Milestones
Track the significant events you find important.
3. Roll-Up Summaries
Totals for related records such as Total Financial Accounts and Total Liabilities.
4. Financial Accounts
Your one-stop shop for all your clients’ financial holdings.
5. Update Address
Track address changes and stay compliant by creating a case to a central servicing team.
Set goals for your clients for upcoming financial spends.
7. Action Plans
Create a template of actionable items for task and document checklist items.
8. OCR (Optical Character Recognition) – Salesforce Intelligent Form Reader
Read documents, such as W-2s (US tax statement), and auto-fill data in Salesforce. Here is a video I found to help:
Note: I have not yet had the chance to fully use this feature, however, I am sure excited to in the future.
I hope you have found these FSC features helpful — there are a lot to keep track of, and you’ll want to make sure you’re making the most of them.
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