Case Study: Industrial Turf Equipment Solution: Salesforce Service Cloud Global provider of innovative turf, landscape, rental and construction equipment, and irrigation and outdoor lighting solutions. Need: The service team at an industrial turf equipment and irrigation systems manufacturer was operating with decentralized customer information and a limited ability to track requests. The team had leveraged […]

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Why you should care about partner status? Salesforce Silver Partner For decades, software publishers leveraged partner programs for their resellers, often with tiers based on size, performance or other criteria. Some publishers managed complex programs involving training and certifications while others used it to recognize sales performance (and provide co-op marketing funds based on performance). As […]

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Case Study: Public Research University Solution: Salesforce App Cloud A public institution operating with the mission to change lives through research, education, and outreach. Need: This “Public Research University” has an extensive history with Salesforce, with multiple orgs providing functionality for various groups. To support the natural cycles of change at the institution, it needed […]

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Should I Get (Salesforce) Certified? During my Microsoft development days I studied for, and eventually acquired my Microsoft Solutions Developer Certification (MCSD). Preparation for the certification exams were tedious but being certified was an important part of our corporate partnership with Microsoft. At that time I never quite grasped the value of certification on a […]

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Advanced Flow Tips and Tricks Salesforce Tips & Tricks By now, all administrators and developers should be familiar with Salesforce’s Flow capability. In brief, it’s a visual way of outlining and implementing a business process or set of tasks.  Flows are a great way for both administrators and developers to customize Salesforce to suit their […]

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KISSing for Better Solutions Salesforce As defined on Wikipedia, “KISS is an acronym for ‘Keep It Simple, Silly’ and states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated; therefore simplicity should be a key goal in design and unnecessary complexity should be avoided.” One of the many situations we […]

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Enterprise Wide CRM When discussing enterprise wide CRM with our clients, the conversation routinely turns to the concept of Single Customer View.  As you probably already know, each organization will naturally want to be a little different in their approach to realizing a unified CRM. However, based on the conversations we’ve had with our clients, […]

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Data Dirty Dozen How to Mitigate CRM Data Quality Difficulties & Deficiencies As mentioned in a previous post CRM: An Introspective, the value of a CRM platform is dependent on successfully managing the quality of data put into it. Attempting to sell, market or serve a client with a baseline of bad data is an uphill battle. […]

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Lightning Design System Salesforce Developers: Get Your Creative On! Throughout the years I’ve worked on my share of programmatic solutions ranging from internal time card applications, processing and streaming presentations, high throughput and robust middleware integrations as well as high profile community oriented sites.  The common denominator of those projects? Loathing the fact of having […]

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