For many years, loyal Salesforce users have relied on its Chatter Messenger to communicate with others.
Despite the fact that it was a powerful and useful tool for millions, Salesforce has decided to retire it once and for all (effective March 20, 2018) to focus its development efforts on other services geared more toward the overall user experience.
If you previously used Salesforce Chatter Messenger, you’ll notice all of the following (courtesy of the Salesforce knowledge base):
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It’s easy for Salesforce to do away with this tool and assume that its users will find an alternative. Of course, this is easier said than done.
At this time, Salesforce does not have any plans on replacing Chatter Messenger with another communication tool.
Although this will work for some users, it goes without saying that Skype falls short in a number of key areas.
At this point, you already know that Salesforce Chatter Messenger is no longer an option. You also know that Skype for Salesforce may not have all the features and tools that you have come to expect (and lean on).
This is where Brosix comes into play. There are many benefits of using Brosix, which is why so many current Salesforce users are relying on this enterprise IM to communicate in a safe and efficient manner. Consider the following:
When Salesforce Chatter Messenger finally came to an end millions of sales professionals didn’t know what to do. For many years, they relied on this tool to communicate and share information.
Unfortunately, Salesforce Chatter Messenger shutdown at the end of March and there is no reason to believe that the company will change its approach in the future.
Rather than panic, now’s the time to find the best alternative. And for many, Brosix fits this mold. With a dedication to security and advanced communication features, it’s perfect for all types of sales professionals.