By Oliver Sholder At Everpeak Partners, one of the most common types of projects we take on is the Lightning migration (going from the older ‘Classic’ interface to the newer ‘Lightning’ interface) For those considering switching, here are my thoughts as a system architect and a user of both Salesforce Lightning and Salesforce Classic for years. Two years ago, you’d be a pioneer to be on Salesforce Lightning. One year ago, there was a strong
Guest Blog Post By Colin Longren, VP Global Sales at The Millau Group Global Salesforce (like other CRMs) can be compared to an all-inclusive gym membership with a pool, gigantic weight room, smoothie bar, and tanning beds…when really all you need is a treadmill! All those gym “features” and amenities are a nice to have, but not a need to have. Salesforce features and ‘add-ons’ can be the same way, depending on your situation.
Three Impactful Uses of Salesforce That Don’t Involve Sales Post by Oliver Sholder – 11/21/2017 My first job in the Salesforce consulting world was literally with a company called “Idle Tools.” The name confused a lot of people but owners picked that name for a reason; they saw so many businesses that weren’t taking full advantage of Salesforce even though they were paying full price. To this day, the vast majority of businesses
Employees spend a lot of time in Gmail and CRM tabs. A good number of them may have these two tabs perpetually open and active in their browser. Let’s take a moment to ensure that these tools are working harmoniously. Effective Salesforce instances will utilize high transparency regarding the contact info and status of a lead, contact, client, or partner, but users may not have access to one another’s email discourse with these without request. This
I often get a question from friends, clients and prospects who hear about “CRM” and “Salesforce” but they don’t fully understand it. Or maybe they get the idea but they don’t know how it actually looks, works and feels. I’ve made this screen capture video where I walk through some of the basics of how to use the system. Take a look: Salesforce, Salesforce.com, Salesforce training, Salesforce overview