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You’re invited to learn about a new AI capability in the Salesforce Platform, Einstein Recommendation Builder. You might be familiar with recommendations while you are shopping on your favorite online retailer. Einstein Recommendation Builder brings a similar recommendation engine capability into the Salesforce Platform that can be leveraged for CRM applications. Join us to hear use cases, see a live demo, and learn how you can start building your own personalized, AI-powered recommendations.

Watch the Trailhead LIVE Episode here: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/live/broadcasts/a2r3k000001Lc9i/admin-best-practices-introducing-einstein-recommendation-builder

You’re invited to learn about a new AI capability in the Salesforce Platform, Einstein Recommendation Builder. You might be familiar with recommendations while you are shopping on your favorite online retailer. Einstein Recommendation Builder brings a similar recommendation engine capability into the Salesforce Platform that can be leveraged for CRM applications. Join us to hear use cases, see a live demo, and learn how you can start building your own personalized, AI-powered recommendations.

Watch the Trailhead LIVE Episode here: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/live/broadcasts/a2r3k000001Lc9i/admin-best-practices-introducing-einstein-recommendation-builder

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  1. 1. Admin Best Practices: Introducing Einstein Recommendation Builder #AwesomeAdmins March 2021
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  3. 3. Connect with Us! Follow on Social @salesforceadmns #AwesomeAdmin @Salesforce Admins Bookmark admin.salesforce.com Subscribe Admin Digest Hi #AwesomeAdmins!
  4. 4. Join Us for Q&A sforce.co/AdminLiveSessionGroup Post your questions in the Admin Live Sessions Community Group. If you’re joining us for a live broadcast today, please use the chat below the session.
  5. 5. Product Marketing, Salesforce @_rajivpatel_ trailblazer.me/id/rajivpatel Rajiv Patel Product Management, Salesforce @teju_sanghavi trailblazer.me/id/tsanghavi Tejas Sanghavi Our Experts
  6. 6. Chapter 1 Introduction to Einstein Recommendation Builder Chapter 2 How to Build AI-Powered Recommendations Chapter 3 Best Practices, Product Roadmap and Resources Agenda
  7. 7. Introduction to Einstein Recommendation Builder
  8. 8. Customers Expect Personalized Recommendations Parts to Carry for a Field Service Visit Relevant Devices for Employees Top Products to Purchase Best Solution to Resolve Cases
  9. 9. But Building Recommendations Aren’t Easy Requires a Data Science Background Not Actionable without Automation Lack of Insights and Explainability Expensive to Maintain Your Business Your Customer
  10. 10. Introducing Einstein Recommendation Builder Bring AI-powered recommendations into every workflow Improve Business Outcomes Deploy real-time, personalized recommendations to drive revenue, CSAT, and more Build Faster with Clicks Create intelligent recommendations quickly using a point-and-click interface Accelerate Decision-Making Surface actionable recommendations by combining the power of machine learning with business rules GA March 16
  11. 11. AI-Powered Recommendations Across All Industries Next Best Action Campaign Recommendations Candidate Recommendations Upsell or Cross-sell Recommendations Next Best Offer Field Service Work Order Enrichment Your Customer
  12. 12. How to Build AI-Powered Recommendations
  13. 13. Learning Loop Enables Einstein to Get Smarter Intelligent Recommendations (Einstein Recommendation Builder) Business Workflows (Flow) Business Rules (Einstein Next Best Action)
  14. 14. 1. Configure Recommendation 2. Build Recommendation Four Steps to Build and Deploy a Recommendation 3. Review Recommendation Quality 4. Deploy Recommendation
  15. 15. Product Requirements Recipient Recommended Items Interactions Candidate Job Placement Examples Contact Campaign Campaign Member Account Product Order History 100 Minimum # of Records 400 10 Opportunity Product Opportunity Product
  16. 16. Business Scenario Fictitious bank, called Bright Bank. Offers a variety of personal and business banking services. Differentiated themselves with their deep connections and customer relationships. COVID-19 impacted in-person and in-branch services. Bright Bank uses Einstein Next Best Action and Einstein Recommendation Builder to revamp their customer engagement strategy. Overview
  17. 17. Demo!
  18. 18. Best Practices, Product Roadmap, and Resources
  19. 19. Segment Your Objects Focus on relevant records
  20. 20. Exclude Irrelevant Fields Mitigate bias in your recommendations
  21. 21. Define Positive and Negative Interactions Customize the recommendation to align with your business objectives
  22. 22. Einstein Recommendation Builder | Roadmap ● Generally Available on March 16: Einstein Recommendation Builder ● Data Checker: Ensure you fulfill the data requirements for your recommendations ● Automated Retraining of Model: Your model automatically learns on its own Spring ‘21 ● Field Service Work Order Recommendations Template: Configure and deploy a field service work order recommendation in minutes Summer ‘21 ● Support for Additional Data Models: Leverage data from more than three objects when building recommendations ● Product Recommendations Template: Configure and deploy a product recommendation in minutes Winter ‘22
  23. 23. Einstein for Admins admin.salesforce.com/einstein Help & Training sfdc.co/ERBSetup Salesforce Einstein Group sfdc.co/einsteingroup Footer Learn More With Resources for #AwesomeAdmins
  24. 24. Q&A sforce.co/ AdminLiveSessionGroup Survey sforce.co/ ERBSurvey Slides sforce.co/ ERBSlides Wrapping Up
  25. 25. blog posts | podcasts | videos admin.salesforce.com
  26. 26. Thank You
  27. 27. Appendix
  28. 28. Einstein Recommendation Builder Architecture Salesforce Data Center Einstein Platform on AWS (US or EU) Rec. Builder Setup Next Best Action Strategy 1 Data Puller Training/ Modeling Real Time Scoring Einstein Platform Data Lake Interactions 2 3 4 5 6 1. Admin configures Rec. Builder, including selecting objects, configuring filters and including fields. The configuration is sent to Einstein Platform. 2. All records from the past 2 years, including all unencrypted fields on these 3 objects, are pulled into the Einstein Platform Data Lake (US or EU). 3. A predictive model is created 4. Scorecard metrics computed based on test dataset are written back to Salesforce BPOs 5. Recommendation model is deployed to On-demand scoring cluster 6. When Einstein Load node executes within NBA strategy, an API request is generated and IDs of recommended items are returned 7. Models are retrained monthly and incorporate new data and responses to previous recommendations. Items index is refreshed weekly (GA) Items Recipient Model Scorecard

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