Revenue Grid automatically captures emails and calendar events to
Salesforce and stores all the data directly in CRM, ensuring maximum data
security and full analytics
Einstein Activity Capture stores sales activity data on third-party databases. Revenue Grid never stores the data it syncs and only sends it directly to your Salesforce.
Plus, with custom deployments like on-premise and private cloud, your data and your clients’ data never needs to leave your organization.
Einstein Activity Capture doesn’t give a possibility to choose what data to store and what not to. Users cannot delete emails from Einstein Activity Capture, and once you decide to migrate from it all data is lost forever.
With Revenue Grid, data can be synced based on allowlists, denylists, and custom rules, and sensitive personal data never ends up in Salesforce. If you choose to migrate, your data will stay in Salesforce
Cannot control how Einstein Activity Capture utilizes and stores your personal data? Revenue Grid doesn’t store your Salesforce or personal data, only acts as a means of transfer.
Unlike Einstein Activity Capture, Revenue Grid offers full encryption for all data passed to Salesforce. Microsoft Graph Security API is also supported for companies that need full protection of specific data. In addition, admins can honor customers’ requests to exclude their personal data from factoring into machine learning models immediately.
Activities captured by EAC cannot be reported on by standard Salesforce reports. That means you will not be able to build accurate reports in Salesforce based on data in EAC.
Unlike EAC, Revenue Grid captures and saves data to Salesforce. It is completely reportable in SFDC, and you will be able to build reports for important metrics like customer engagement, sales activity, and communication data.