Salesforce Certified B2C Solution Architect Exam Guide.
Salesforce Certified B2C Solution Architect exam covers multiple products/features such as Service Cloud, Sales Cloud, Experience Cloud, Tableau CRM, Identity, Marketing Cloud, Heroku, B2C Commerce, Order Management, Shield Encryption, Lightning Scheduler, Digital Engagement, Marketing Connector, Service Connector, Marketing Cloud Connect, Distributed Marketing, Salesforce Connect, Heroku Connect, Data Cloud & MuleSoft.
1. About the Salesforce B2C Solution Architect Exam
Salesforce Certified B2C Solution Architect credential is designed for individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and experience architecting and driving multi-cloud solutions that deliver business value for the customer.
|Content||60 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions|
|Time allotted||120 minutes|
|Passing score||63% (38 out of 60 Questions)|
|Exam Fee||USD 400, plus applicable taxes as required per local law|
|Retake Fee||USD 200, plus applicable taxes as required per local law|
|Prerequisite||Salesforce Certified Integration Architect|
Salesforce Certified Data Architect
Salesforce Certified Platform App Builder
2. Salesforce B2C Solution Architect Exam Outline
2.1 Discovery and Customer Success: 27%
- Given a scenario, determine how to facilitate a successful customer engagement (agenda, plan, gather requirements, document, and design).
- Given a set of business requirements and the understanding of standard Salesforce product capabilities, explain the reasoning and considerations to use a certain product.
- Given a scenario with a B2C architecture, validate that the associated systems of record, key objects, and risks have been captured and explained.
- Given a set of requirements, recommend the implementation approach and associated relative effort.
- Given a scenario, articulate dev-ops lifecycle and governance required in a multi-cloud environment to achieve change management goals
2.2 Functional Capabilities and Business Value: 7%
- Given a set of customer requirements, recommend suitable B2C products and solution approach to demonstrate a customer process which includes marketing, purchase, service and loyalty
- Given a set of customer requirements for post-purchase activities in a multi-cloud solution, demonstrate how the customer experience can be achieved by leveraging Salesforce B2C products.
2.3 Architecture Design: 18%
- Given the understanding of retail solution architecture and integrations, illustrate how Salesforce products interact with each other and third-party systems to support consumer commerce journeys.
- Given a use case, analyze business processes and propose a customer experience solution that generates business value that meets expectations.
- Given a use case, recommend a multi-cloud strategy and implementation approach to create custom personalized experiences that utilize the power of the Customer Data Platform
- Given data security and residency requirements, recommend an appropriate solution and describe how the solution’s considerations can impact implementation.
2.4 Data Models and Management: 25%
- Given the Salesforce supported standard object definitions for Commerce objects (profile, orders, products), articulate how key business entities relate between systems of record and systems of engagement.
- Given a set of business objectives and priorities, recommend an appropriate sequence for system integration, data exchanges, and process updates to satisfy known requirements, with recommendations and potential impact to overall program delivery.
- Given a set of customer requirements, articulate the privacy management features across multiple clouds, when to consider a custom solution vs using OOTB features.
- Given a scenario, identify appropriate systems of record and describe how you would extend the standard data model for high volume processing, articulate system limitations, and recommend preferred methods for integration between various data formats.
- Given a scenario that requires knowledge of common data migration strategies and standard Salesforce data migration tools, demonstrate best practices on how to transfer data between products and development environments.
2.5 Integration: 23%
- Given a set of customer requirements, recommend an appropriate design and approach for a multi-cloud integration, understanding the out-of-the-box features, system limitations, and when custom integration is required.
- Given business requirements and use cases, recommend appropriate integration patterns based on data volume, latency, and system limitations.
- Given a B2C use case, recommend features and approaches that ensure security for both customers and internal business users while complying with regional and local legal requirements.
- Understand the recommended methods on how to integrate systems to Service Cloud, B2C Commerce, and Marketing Cloud environments using APIs and protocols that support various integration design patterns.
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7. Important Topics for Salesforce B2C Solution Architect Certification Exam
7.1 Discovery and Customer Success: 27% (16 Questions)
- Documentation for B2C Commerce Implementation
- Functional Project Plan —Outlines and tracks the functional aspect of the implementation.
- Operating on B2C Commerce Checklist —Documents key areas such as merchandising, operations, administration, and organizational roles within the client organization.
- Architecture Diagram —Documents the entire planned system, with an emphasis on data flows and formats.
- Client Data Model —Describes the merchant’s data architecture.
- Content Inventory and Control —Describes content assets and slots and assigns IDs to them in a logical fashion.
- Storefront Reference Architecture (SFRA) Wireframes —Describes the standard page functionality of the SFRA so that the merchant can add customizations.
- Integration Review ―Documents the planned third-party integrations.
- Functional Specification Document (FSD) —Documents in detail the planned storefront functionality, separating standard functionality from customizations.
- Discovery Deliverables
- HLD document
- Plan Deliverables
- Project SOW
- Project plan
- Project health dashboard
- Design Deliverables
- Visual designs
- Customization wireframes
- Build Deliverables
- Functional Specification Document
- Technical Specification Document
- SFRA annotated wireframes
- Data map
- Updated project plan
- Sample product data (customer supplied)
- Production-ready data (customer supplied)
- Test plan
- Load testing SOW
- Launch Deliverables
- Launch plan
- Communication plan
- Completed launch checklist
- Launch Gate approval
- RACI stands for responsible, accountable, consulted, and informed. A RACI chart is a matrix of the activities or decision-making authorities in an organization, relative to all the people or roles
- A content slot is a preconfigured place on the storefront where a merchant can showcase products, categories, content assets, static HTML, or product recommendations
- A content asset can be a flash graphic, product carousel, product search result set, or marketing graphic
- Salesforce B2C Commerce offers two reference architectures:
- SiteGenesis Reference Architecture
- Storefront Reference Architecture (SFRA)
- Roles in a B2C Implementation Project
- Project manager
- Functional architect with ecommerce experience
- B2C Commerce–certified technical solution designer
- B2C Commerce–certified developers
- B2C Commerce UX designers
- Order Management Objects
- Credit Memo
- Fulfillment Order
- Fulfillment Order Product
- Order Summary
- Identify systems of record
- System of Record for Engagement Data
- CI/CD and DevOps, for a multi-cloud implementation
- Recommended tools for ensuring quality of deliverables. E.g. Code Quality during development
- Salesforce V2MOM
- Service Excellence
- Commerce Excellence
- Marketing Excellence