and I say that as a guy who works from home! But, wherever I go to Salesforce Offices (Chicago, Toronto, Atlanta) I’m really impressed with the “hipness” of the place(s). In all of the offices, the colors are upbeat, lots of windows, very few offices and lots of conference rooms. But beyond that, there are
A compliment to the Service Cloud and great for any company with field techs, Salesforce has launched a new Field Service application using the new Lightning interface, and it looks quite impressive. We were excited about the new Work Orders object that came with its Winter ’16 release, but this blows that out of the water.
Nowadays, many of us spend more time on the road and working remotely than at the office, making mobile access to our CRM data a necessity. Thankfully, implementing the Salesforce 1 mobile app has never been easier. The app is now customizable making it easier for users to access, edit, and enter data while on
As an implementation partner, we can certainly attest to the growth in the Health and Life Sciences industry customer base within Salesforce over the last several years. So it’s only right that they would release a platform specifically related to the healthcare industry. Enter the Salesforce Health Cloud. The Health Cloud is designed to take
So yesterday I had some huge problems with Docusign – couldn’t get a single envelop to go – no matter what I tried. I reset my DocuSign Password, reset my SF Password, Reset my Security token, added IP addresses, on and on. It turns out the new critical update for TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.1