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It’s Business Processes Time

It’s important to evaluate your business processes from time to time and ask yourself why, who, what, and how along the way. We offer guidance to help you evaluate your processes in this post.

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Are You Ready for Some Dreamforce?!

As an organization we like to provide as much useful and relevant information to the nonprofit community we serve. If you frequent our blog you will notice we provide information on every topic we can think of. Anything that we think the nonprofit community will find helpful you can bet we will do our best to provide it through our content. It just so happens that when the blogging hat lands on my head we are usually near the annual “event” known as Dreamforce. Here are a few tips and tricks to make your Dreamforce experience exceptional.

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Salesforce Foundation Higher Education Summit 2015

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!

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Clicktools Surveys: Collecting Constituents Feedback in Salesforce

Clicktools is an online survey creating/capturing solution available through the Salesforce AppExchange. Offering organizations the ability to integrate customer feedback into their Salesforce database. Considered one of the most widely used survey tools they provide powerful functionality to collect, centralize and act on constituent feedback.

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How Dreamforce Changed Me

For me, 2013 was the first year I was able to attend Dreamforce and I must say I had no clue what to expect. Sure I asked veteran team members, “Where should I go? What should I see? How do I maximize my experience?” More often than not I heard the same answer: See as much as you can and enjoy the experience because it will be over before you know it.

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