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Embarking on a Salesforce implementation project can be overwhelming, even with an implementation partner! This post will help you with one of the most common first questions, “Who are our internal stakeholders, and how should they be involved?”
Diversity and inclusion matter at Cloud for Good. These are cornerstones to our core values and we have taken extra steps to ensure that we incorporate these into our culture.
Change is hard, but engaging your users as you move to Salesforce can help ease the transition. Follow these strategies and you may just increase your user adoption, as well.
Let’s face it, change is hard. Sometimes it can be fun and exciting, but changes that involve a person’s day-to-day routine are typically very challenging. You can play a vital role in change management, even if you aren’t in a leadership role.
You’re organization has chosen Salesforce as your Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) platform. Engage your users to be active with the platform by following these tips.
The Salesforce World Tour in Boston is taking place soon! Let us know if you’ll be in attendance, as we’d love to meet you there.
Your Board of Directors (BoD) is made up of key constituents and stakeholders. We share ideas so you can to track their activities and interactions in Salesforce.
On International Women’s Day 2018, Cloud for Good recognizes eight women who make up the #BestTeamEver. We celebrate your successes and are glad to have you on the team.
With Salesforce Sales and Marketing Clouds, higher education institutions can build a system of record for their marketing efforts and integrate with their existing student information systems.