A Complete Guide to Salesforce Field Service Lightning

Are you still using traditional job management systems to manage your mobile workforce of field service technicians, couriers or home care providers?

You might want to consider an upgrade.

Adequate as these traditional systems may seem at times, they are also prone to errors and delays due to limited information access, manual processes, miscommunications, and errors, all […]

By |March 14th, 2019|Salesforce.com|0 Comments

Salesforce CPQ – Key features overview

The Salesforce community has of late been very excited with new offerings integrated into the platform. One such offering is Salesforce’s CPQ module which makes CPQ (Configure-Price-Quote) functionality natively available on the force.com platform.

CPQ products have been very well established in the market place for a long time, but the reality is that many of […]

By |June 1st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Salesforce.com – Overcoming Apex code limits

Salesforce’s cloud platform (force.com) provides a lot of flexibility for customizations, with Apex code being the most common way to develop new functionalities on the platform. However, unlike development stacks like Java and .Net, there are limits imposed by the shared force.com platform. This is to ensure that no single customer takes up too many […]

By |December 23rd, 2016|Force.com Development, Salesforce.com, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Corrupted Excel file from Visualforce

With the latest release of Summer 16, some of you may be receiving a “File is corrupt and cannot be opened” error message with excel files generated from visualforce pages.

The fix for the issue is very simple – you were most likely including a tag at the end of your page, since it was not […]

Object Composition on Force.com

Most programmers coming from a standard object oriented programming programming language like Java, C#, C++ etc. are used to working with composite objects. For e.g. an Account object will contain a list of associated Contacts and Cases. A Project object will have a list of associated tasks.

When you start working with the Force.com platform, the […]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Force.com Development, Salesforce.com|0 Comments

Salesforce.com – avoid deployment failing due to unrelated test cases

How often have you hit a situation where you start deploying a new change set to Salesforce.com in production, and get stopped by errors on an unrelated test case? It’s certainly very frustrating when that happens – here’s one commonly encountered cause of such errors and what you can do about it.

Sometimes you might think […]

By |November 8th, 2015|Apex Testing, Salesforce.com|0 Comments

Salesforce.com’s Health Cloud for PRM – what the doctor prescribed!

On Sept 2nd, in a pre-Dreamforce 2015 announcement, Salesforce.com finally took the wraps off their new target industry: the Healthcare vertical. The announcement confirmed recent persistent rumors about its intentions to break into the healthcare market.

The software-as-a-service suite features “patient relationship management” tools – distinctly different from EHRs. In a statement to the media, Salesforce […]

By |November 7th, 2015|Healthcare, Salesforce.com, SFDCHighlights|0 Comments

Spark – setting Big Data on Fire!

Over the past decade, internet companies such as Google, Yahoo, Facebook and others have leveraged the Hadoop MapReduce platform effectively to process data that is truly large in scale. In addition, many enterprises with years of information gathered in siloes across multiple systems have also started using this platform to combine and process data at […]

By |October 4th, 2015|Big Data|0 Comments

Boxed in with inefficient technology?

Software selection – From Products to Solutions

Many SMBs (small and mid sized businesses) have successfully evolved from being smaller companies to their current size. They have mostly had experience with buying and implementing off the shelf software products for their technology needs.

When they reach a certain point in their growth, such products stop being the […]

By |July 21st, 2015|Highlighted, Salesforce.com|0 Comments

Getting ROI from your CRM technology

Make your CRM technology pay for itself

Many organizations are frequently challenged when they think about the budgeting process for implementing or revamping their CRM solution. With smaller and smaller sales and marketing teams, the budget for systems keeps shrinking as well. Operating in this context is clearly not very easy for Directors and VPs of […]

By |February 28th, 2015|Highlighted, Salesforce.com, SFDCHighlights|0 Comments

Systems Integration – Connecting the dots

CRM-ERP-Systems Integration challenges and approaches

When you are looking for the ultimate level of success with your CRM solution, invariably the vision is always about having access to unified customer and prospect information in a single system. Sales & Marketing, Customer service, engineering and finance are all areas of the business that can gain tremendous value […]

By |February 21st, 2015|Highlighted, Integration, Salesforce.com, SFDCHighlights|1 Comment

2015 is here – Create your plan for success in just 15 minutes

As each year comes to an end, it’s time to start planning for the new year. Unfortunately, creating an annual plan can seem like a scary, tedious and time consuming process. If you’re like many others having trouble creating a plan, don’t worry – we’ve got your solution right here! Here’s a quick guide to creating […]

By |January 14th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments