What are your Salesforce Spring Resolutions? Haven’t had time to put them together yet? Not to worry, the Cloud for Good team is here to help. We’ve put together a list of our top 10 resolutions for nonprofit Salesforce admins. Let us know what we’re missing!
The purpose of this eBook is to share lessons learned and recommendations for best practices as you move forward with your implementation. These recommendations are not intended to be Salesforce specific, but are rather globally applicable recommendations for the implementation of any new technology tool.
Most organization’s choose Salesforce because of its reputation for reliability, and Salesforce does a great job of maintaining a high level of security on its servers, but there are additional measures system administrators can take to further lock down their data.
Cloud for Good (www.cloud4good.com), a Salesforce.com implementation partner and an application provider dedicated to creating strategic cloud solutions for nonprofit and educational organizations, has joined an exclusive club by being recognized as a Strategic Salesforce Foundation Partner. The Strategic partnership level, the highest partnership level, is awarded to organizations who work with the top market of the Salesforce Foundation’s customers and continue to bring technology innovation to the nonprofit and higher education community.
A case study in how to make Cloud for Good's Donation Split even better with Process Builder.
"Salesforce Instance" is one of those terms that many people assume they know - like what Wi-Fi stands for. Click here to know all about it.
As a leader at your nonprofit - whether you are the Executive Director, Chief Information Officer, Salesforce Administrator, or motivated staff member, it’s up to you to decide how Chatter can work for you, and then make it happen. Read more to learn how to to prepare for a rollout.
Last week I had the pleasure of participating in the 3rd annual Salesforce Higher Education Summit at the University of Miami. I was joined by our CEO/Founder Tal Frankfurt, and our Vice President of Services Nik Panter who attended the original Summit at Wayne State University in 2013. He was able to confirm what I had already hypothesized by just walking towards the building. Times, they are a-changing!
Switching between two systems is always a tough process. The data migration, getting used to something new, having to change the way you and your team does things. It's enough to keep you on an old system for years after you probably should have moved off. But for Common Ground customers, the switch is inevitable and decisions have to be made, since that product is being retired.
Every day there should be a conversation that happens between you and the data inside of your Salesforce instance. Starting that conversation is not always easy but in the end you and your data will be thrilled that you did.