A manufacturer’s guide to the Salesforce Spring ‘22 Release

Manufacturing has long been seen as one of the slowest moving industries, but that’s changing now. Competitive manufacturing organizations find themselves in an ever-changing and increasingly complicated market as they innovate with advanced IoT technologies, B2B2C business models, increased eCommerce, and more. Manufacturers need a platform to support their business with scale and deep insights to keep up with the ebb and flow of industry musts. Manufacturing Cloud from Salesforce does just that, and it’s updated three times a year along with the rest of Salesforce’s offerings to keep the technology aligned with your organization’s shifting priorities.  

The latest release of Salesforce for Spring ‘22 includes several enhancements to existing Manufacturing Cloud elements like account forecasting, rebates, and Tableau insights. This release also features the introduction of Manufacturing Cloud – Service. We’ll review each of these updates in more detail: 


Enhancements for account forecasting

Applicable Cloud: Manufacturing Cloud – Sales or Manufacturing Cloud – Sales & Service

For sales, the Spring ‘22 release brings extensive updates to account forecasting in Manufacturing Cloud. Manufacturers can now utilize more forecast granularity for improved weekly forecast accuracy, leverage fiscal year customizations, and build…



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