B2B Solution Architect: Commerce and Integrations

Salesforce B2B Solution Architect

I took and passed the Salesforce B2B Solution Architect exam last week. 🎉

What is the topic of this certification exam and curriculum, you might ask.

Salesforce B2B Commerce is a cloud-based platform that enables businesses to streamline their sales and operations processes while providing a seamless buying experience for their customers. The platform offers a range of features and functionality designed to help businesses of all sizes manage their sales operations effectively and efficiently.

One of the key features of Salesforce B2B Commerce is its ability to provide a personalized buying experience for customers. The platform allows businesses to create custom catalogs, pricing, and promotions for their customers, based on their unique needs and preferences. This personalized approach helps build stronger customer relationships and increase customer loyalty.

A Salesforce B2B Commerce solution also integrates a range of Salesforce products (a multi-cloud setup): The products that often come to play are:

  • Sales Cloud
  • Service Cloud
  • Revenue Cloud (CPQ and Billing)
  • Digital Experience
  • B2B Commerce Cloud
  • Marketing Cloud
  • Tableau
  • Einstein Capabilities
  • CPQ and B2B Commerce Connector
  • External System Integrations

These integrations enable businesses to create a seamless customer journey across multiple touchpoints, from initial lead generation to final purchase.

The exam was a fun exam that mainly consisted of scenario-based questions. The passing score is 58%, but don’t let that number fool you. Most of the questions are looking for a selection of 2 correct answers out of 4 choices. This makes passing more difficult compared to the classic one-choice out of possible alternatives method.

This post was originally made to LinkedIn August 1st, 2023.

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