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Making Your Back Office Hum with Salesforce

All companies, whether for or nonprofit, need to hire and onboard new employees. In many cases, the hiring process may be run through a job board system that handles the posting of job applications, interview scheduling, ratings, etc. Here’s an example of a common back-office process that can be made more efficient with some very simple automation in Salesforce.

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Your Organization Needs a Salesforce Administrator – Could It Be You?

At many nonprofits, and in particular at smaller organizations, staff members tend to wear many hats. There may not be someone who has “administer Salesforce” written into their job description, just as there may not be someone on staff who is responsible for maintaining the website, putting antivirus software on the computers, or fixing the printer when it jams. Nonetheless, those are all important tasks, and when it comes to Salesforce, it’s crucial to have a designated administrator.

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The Community’s Salesforce Hidden Gems

In an effort to unveil “hidden” best features of Salesforce I asked people on the Hub recently to share their tips. The responses I received were so good, I decided to curate and share them on this blog. If you have any additional hidden gems, please post them in the comments section of this post.

Cloud for Good Named to Inc. 500 List.Three-Year Sales Growth of 1,090.9%

Cloud for Good Named to Inc. 500 List

Inc. magazine ranked Cloud for Good No. 434 on the 2014 Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Cloud for Good was honored for its outstanding leadership as a cloud technology consulting and development firm for nonprofit and higher educational institutions.