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Exam Code: Consumer Goods Cloud
Exam Name: Salesforce Certified Consumer Goods Cloud Accredited Professional
Exam Q&As: 150 Q&As
Last update: February 20, 2024
The Salesforce Consumer Goods Cloud exam is designed for individuals who want to demonstrate their expertise in implementing and using the Salesforce Consumer Goods Cloud solution. The certification exam assesses the candidate’s knowledge of various features and functionalities of the Consumer Goods Cloud solution.
Real Salesforce Certified Consumer Goods Cloud Accredited Professional exam contains 33 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions, and has a duration of 60 minutes. You need to score 63% or more to pass the test, which means you need to answer at least 21 questions correctly. The registration fee is $150, and the retake fee is $75. To prepare for the exam, Salesforce recommends candidates to have experience in the Consumer Goods industry and to complete the related training courses.
The Salesforce Consumer Goods Cloud exam topics cover the following details.
1.Consumer Goods Cloud Solution Design:
It covers the various aspects of designing a Consumer Goods Cloud solution. It includes understanding the requirements of the organization and the end-users, designing the data model and architecture, configuring the various components of the solution, integrating with external systems, and ensuring that the solution meets the performance and security requirements.
2.Sales Planning and Execution:
It covers the process of planning and executing sales strategies for consumer goods organizations. It includes creating sales plans, setting sales targets, defining sales territories, and creating incentive programs for sales reps. It also covers the process of tracking and managing sales performance and forecasting future sales.
3.Retail Execution and Monitoring:
It covers the process of monitoring and managing retail operations for consumer goods organizations. It includes managing store audits, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, and managing inventory and merchandising at the store level. It also covers the process of monitoring competitor activity and responding to market changes.
4.Direct Store Delivery (DSD):
It covers the process of delivering products directly to retailers from the manufacturer or distributor. It includes managing orders, deliveries, and payments, as well as managing inventory levels and replenishment. It also covers the process of managing DSD routes and optimizing delivery schedules.
5.Mobility and Offline Capabilities:
It covers the use of mobile devices and offline capabilities in the context of consumer goods operations. It includes managing mobile devices and configuring mobile apps, as well as ensuring that the solution can operate in offline mode when there is no internet connection.
6.Reporting and Analytics:
It covers the process of creating reports and analyzing data in Consumer Goods Cloud. It includes creating dashboards, generating reports, and analyzing data to gain insights into sales performance, inventory levels, and other key metrics. It also covers the process of integrating with external reporting and analytics tools to further enhance the capabilities of the solution.
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