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GG3 has gone live with a B2B multi-cloud solution and plans to add more functionality over time. The company has a team of system administrators who each focus on a specific cloud and area of functionality. GG3 has decided to use an Org-Based deployment approach. It wants to protect the investment made and set the team up for success in the future.
What should a Solution Architect recommend as a best practice to put checks in place for decisions on changes moving forward? A . Engage Salesforce services to manage all governance and represent as the Steering Committee.
B. Budget for a Governance and Monitoring structure that includes a communications plan and project methodology for the following year.
C. Set up a Governance and Monitoring structure that includes a Steering Committee, a Center of Excellence, and a Data governance council.
D. Engage a third-party company to manage all governance and represent as the Steering Committee.
During a B2B multi-cloud implementation, an executive sponsor from Universal Containers (UC) approaches the Solution Architect to discuss ongoing support and new functionality that will be rolled out to support UC. The current implementation supports Experience Cloud, Service Cloud, and Sales Cloud.
Which three recommendations should a Solution Architect make to ensure features are enabled without impacting user efficiency? Choose 3 answers A . Give users a way to raise support tickets for new features they do not understand.
B. Give users the ability to opt-out of any new feature they dislike.
C. Fully document all customizations added to the system.
D. Communicate and train users on new features.
E. Ensure development, training, and production environments are in place.
Universal Containers (UC) is implementing a Salesforce B2B multi-cloud project with large volumes of data and daily transactions from multiple third-party systems via multiple integrations. UC is looking at transactions of more than 1 million records a week and, in higher seasons, 10 million records a week. UC has made the decision to get a full copy sandbox to use to test all of its third-party integrations across its multiple clouds. UC has also invested in MuleSoft and the Anypoint Platform as the single enterprise service bus for all of the third-party data going into Salesforce.
Which type of performance testing should a Solution Architect recommend for testing data at scale on this project? A . Perform API load test against the full copy sandbox before go live.
B. Perform unit testing against the full copy sandbox codebase before go live in production.
C. Perform page load testing against production after go live.
D. Perform API load test against the partial copy sandbox before go live.
Universal Containers (UC) wants to implement a Salesforce multi-cloud solution that includes CPQ, B2B Commerce, and Sales Cloud. UC wants to use as much of Salesforce’s core capabilities as possible for its cart-to-quote customer journey. The order fulfillment process is managed separately in a third-party ERP.
Which two considerations should a Solution Architect keep in mind when thinking about data flows? Choose 2 answers A . Product and Pricing are set up with CPQ as the source of record.
B. The source for the data feed to ERP is the CPQ Order object.
C. All data points on products should be mapped and replicated between CPQ and B2B Commerce.
D. Cart and Order record owners are mapped to Quote and Quote Line record owners.
A Solution Architect has gathered requirements from discovery with Northern Trail Hot Tubs below:
• Northern Trail Hot Tubs sells through a B2B2C model with Dealers.
• Northern Trail Hot Tubs tracks Dealer Opportunities in Salesforce, but wishes to have more insight into the sales process from its Dealers.
• Dealers would like to be able to get custom Hot Tub pricing quickly from Northern Trail Hot Tubs without having to wait for configuration estimates to come back from Northern Trail Hot Tubs.
• Northern Trail Hot Tubs supports its Dealers and Customers directly, and Dealers would like better insight into support that their Customers receive.
Which capabilities should a Solution Architect suggest to provide to Northern Trail Hot Tub Dealers? A . Experience Cloud and Revenue Cloud for Dealers to get Quotes and view Cases
B. B2B Commerce for Dealers to get pricing and Service Cloud for Cases
C. Experience Cloud and Sales Cloud for Dealers to be able to create Opportunities and add Opportunity Products
D. Experience Cloud and Service Cloud for Dealers to be able to request pricing through Cases and track Customer Cases
Universal Containers (UC) currently utilizes Sales Cloud and Experience Cloud for its customers. For the next phase in its digital transformation, UC would like to enable its vast dealer network with the kinds of tools its direct Sales teams are currently using. UC is considering Partner Communities (PRM) on Experience Cloud. UC’s concern at the moment is making sure that its dealer network only gets access to the opportunities they themselves bring to UC or that UC submits to the dealer to close. This is a concern for the VP of direct sales who has issues with bringing PRM in at all.
What is the initial suggestion a Solution Architect should provide to make Partner Communities work for UC? A . Create two account lookups on the opportunity, one for dealer and one for partner company, and create sharing rules to share the records.
B. Create public groups of partner companies and users at dealers, and share the opportunities using sharing rules.
C. Utilize the external sharing model to differentiate the sharing models between Internal Sales users and External Communities users.
D. Utilize the same sharing model within the Partner Community that customers are currently using within the Customer Community.
Northern Trail Health has clients that have more than 10,000 employees. The company’s Customer Service team handles requests from its client’s employees directly and tracks various rebate programs per employee. Private information should not be shared with the Sales team and they should only see contacts that are relevant to the sales process.
Assuming that Sales and Service teams share certain contacts, in which two ways should a Solution Architect ensure optimal performance? Choose 2 answers A . Use profiles and/or permission sets to give View All access to Customer Service on the Contact object.
B. Set the Contact object to Public Read Only so that the sharing rules do not bog down performance for sharing.
C. Assign all contacts to Sales team members to ensure sharing is streamlined and hide private fields from them.
D. For each Account, assign Sales Contacts to the Sales team and all the rest to a Customer Service representative assigned to the Account.
Universal Containers (UC) is starting to go through an inventory of capabilities in regard to its many data warehouses. UC’s data warehouses are currently being provided with data from OMS, ERP, Accounting, and other inventory management systems. Data warehouses are utilized by those systems for storage or analytics purposes.
UC plans to utilize the Systems of Engagement framework to classify its systems based on how they will be utilized within the enterprise architecture. UC would like to understand which systems it should directly integrate with versus utilizing the data warehouses where that data may also be stored.
How should a Solution Architect classify the data warehouses as systems within the enterprise architecture of this scenario? A . System of Reference
B. System of Engagement
C. System of Intelligence
D. System of Record
Towards the end of the discovery phase, the sales manager and subject matter experts raise a request to get hands-on experience with the solution as soon as possible. They want to ensure the requirements they provided are correctly built out in Salesforce. The project sponsor is unsure how that request may affect the schedule.
Which method should a Solution Architect consider in this scenario to validate the requirements during the build sprint without impacting the project timelines? A . Ensure the project sponsor reviews and signs off on the Functional Specification Document as an acknowledgment that what was built aligns with the original requirements.
B. Run a User Acceptance Testing discovery session, based on the Functional Specification Document, to ensure the testing script meets the end users’ needs.
C. Give every end user the Functional Specification Document as their training materials and test them on the contents.
D. Give the end users access to a sandbox environment and a testing script for each of the user stories. Ask UAT testers to perform their tasks and collect feedback from them in the testing script.
Universal Containers (UC) is currently using Sales Cloud, Revenue Cloud, Experience Cloud, and B2B Commerce. B2B Commerce and Experience Cloud are used for UC’s end customers while the direct Sales team sells with partners through Revenue Cloud. However, partners want to work digitally versus through email.
The direct Sales team has asked the CIO how they can expose their Revenue Cloud capabilities to their partners and vendors using Salesforce. The CIO knows they are currently using B2B Commerce for customers and is wondering if they can do something similar for partners by exposing CPQ capabilities in Experience Cloud for partners.
What are two questions a Solution Architect should ask when evaluating either B2B Commerce or CPQ for partners via Experience Cloud? Choose 2 answers A . Will partners be using CPQ to sell to our customers that are utilizing our B2B Commerce tool today?
B. Does the direct Sales team co-sell with partners or sell to partners in this new channel model?
C. Do partners need to do complex configurations or create their special pricing?
D. What do we need to invest in order to build the channel and where does that investment come from?