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One of the eComm specialist’s roles in Cvent includes managing how stakeholders can access Cvent data in real-time, without a steep cost. Follow the steps below to create Portal Users and Publish Reports there for easy access.
Learn how to create a Data Extension as you typically would, then Import the data from a file (rather than 'start' it). Just remember, you'll need the Contact 18 ID to Import successfully.
Learn about the information required to add/modify/delete email preferences and what you'll be responsible for managing once edits are complete.
Learn how you'll be notified about eComm outages and unplanned maintenance. Salesforce users can set their own Salesforce Chatter Notifications and Post in Salesforce Chatter.
Learn about the information required to add/rename/delete a business unit and what you'll be responsible for managing once complete.
By implementing a simplified Marketing Cloud business unit and preference model across all campuses, the eComm team will reduce costs, streamline the constituent experience, and decrease the level of backend management needed. The current model has 151 business units and 373 associated preferences. This project aims to reduce these numbers by at least 50%.
When faced with a failed send, a send to 0, or failed Data Extension, review the items below. Often, the root cause is something over which you have control rather than a systemic failure in Salesforce or Marketing Cloud. If there is an outage or broad issue, users will be notified as soon as possible.
Person of Interest or POI data is used for Contacts with a non-traditional, close affiliation with CU. As of March 2023, POIs make up 32K+ Contacts. Some examples include Security / Training, Volunteer and Student Athlete.
Reports can often have the same contact listed numerous times, so identifying the unique count is important to confirm the Report criteria is accurate. Having a total 9,000 unique contacts when expecting 250 is an indicator of incorrect criteria and should be investigated.