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One of the most common complaints on the various forums that serve the nonprofit community is that data has somehow either mysteriously disappeared, or that it just never showed up. You know it’s THERE. You imported it yourself. You may have even created the field and then populated it. But why isn’t it showing up? Find out in this blog post.
Check out Trish Perkins top new features in the Salesforce Winter ’14 release.
The best practices rule of thumb is to have your data backed up in at least two places –your computer and/or your local server and then some offsite location, in case the house burns down. Many organizations take that one step farther these days, and want some kind of “cloud solution” as well. We covered both the local and the cloud options.
There are times, in the life of a database administrator, when you just have to go back to good ol’ Excel. Here are some Excel tricks.
Trish Perkins, a Cloud Consultant at Cloud for Good spoke with Kevin Bromer at Dreamforce 2012 about his role and the future of the Nonprofit Starter Pack.
At Cloud for Good, we understand that your mission is critical, which is why we recommend that every Salesforce donation recipient should, if possible, get some help from qualified consultants, even if just to get off the ground. Your Salesforce is THE heart of all the people related to your organization—all your contacts, all your partners, volunteers, donors and prospective donors, your clients—the people who matter to you! It just makes sense to set your Salesforce up to reflect the unique organization you are.