Coding isn’t for you and that is not a bad a thing. There are numerous career opportunities available using Salesforce that do not require you to be a programmer.
Women in Tech (WIT) and Salesforce are helping more women go after technology focused careers. One of our Goodies shares her story with WIT and the difference it has made in her life.
When you’re creating a Salesforce report, the first thing you have to choose, before you even get to the report builder, is the Report Type. The Report Type is a defined set of related objects and fields you can use in your report.
On May 31, 2017 our VP of Operations, Will Nourse, will be speaking at the Salesforce World Tour in Boston. Two of our clients, Citizens Schools and Harvard University, will be presenting as well.
Data cleanliness in Salesforce is important. Explore these tips to keep your data clean throughout the year and kick-off your spring cleaning with the most recent Salesforce release.
Colleges and universities implementing the Salesforce platform have a wealth of options for building a system that supports every department on campus. The Higher Education Data Architecture (HEDA) can assist you with improving advancement.
Process Builder is one of the more powerful tools to be added to the Salesforce platform in recent years. Much of what Process Builder can do would have taken programming in the past, however, that functionality is now in the hands of the Salesforce admin.
The key to the success of your Salesforce implementation is moderation and this is especially true when it comes to custom object creation. Even if an out of the box (OOB) function of Salesforce or NPSP doesn’t fit your business process exactly, you do not necessarily need to create an entirely new object.
Organizations that truly unlock the power of Salesforce over have a strong vision for how to leverage this technology and support it holistically. Find out how to create a balanced approach to define your Salesforce vision.
At Cloud for Good it has been exciting to work with clients to help them envision what they can do with communities, make those visions a reality, and see the very real impact they have on the groups and areas they serve.