Fargo, ND – Sundog, Inc. – a Fargo-based marketing and technology company – Sundog’s Chelsea Monda named to United Way’s 2015 35 Under 35 Leadership Program.
Fargo, ND – Sundog, Inc. – a Fargo-based marketing and technology company – earns “Best Small Company to Work For” in the Forum’s eighth annual “Best of the Red River Valley” competition for the fourth year in a row.
Sundog, a marketing and technology company with offices in three cities, has entered a strategic partnership with Schermer, a business-to-business brand experience agency in Minneapolis.
November 28, 2014: Terry Luschen posted a blog entry titled Communicate from a Component to the Page - Visualforce.
It is pretty easy to communicate with different parts of a Visualforce page, but what about telling the page what to do from a component?
November 28, 2014: Terry Luschen posted a blog entry titled Salesforce 2015 Winter Release - My Four Favorite Developer Goodies.
It feels like the holiday season! Another round of developer goodies from the Salesforce 2015 Winter release. Yeah!
November 6, 2014: Jen Thompson posted a blog entry titled Mark Your Calendar: LIVE Healthcare & B2B Webinars Next Week.
Ready to step up your customer or patient journey?
Come join our free “The Extra Mile” webinars next week, specializing in healthcare and B2B + manufacturing. And walk away with cool tips, tools and takeaways – customized for your industry.
Her music makes a statement for itself, when her album has been getting only positive reviews from Time Magazine, Rolling Stones and New York Times. Her album is making a statement of a more confident and older Taylor Swift.
October 26, 2014: Terry Luschen posted a blog entry titled Clicking a Specific Button When Enter is Pressed - Salesforce.
Sometimes we want a specific button to be clicked when enter is pressed in a textbox. How can we do that with a Visualforce page?
October 26, 2014: Terry Luschen posted a blog entry titled The Flexibility of the Force.com Platform - Auditing Software.
The Force.com platform can be the home to a wide variety of applications. The experience I can share comes from an audit software background.
October 24, 2014: Greg Ewing Lee posted a blog entry titled Dreamforce 2014 in Review: Catch the Wave, Ride the Lightning.
No doubt about it, Dreamforce never fails to impress. And this year was no exception.
Miss the fun or haven’t had a chance to watch the sessions online yet? Here’s a quick recap of our favorite highlights, news and announcements from #DF14 – all features of Salesforce’s new Customer Success Platform.
Dreamforce also released some updates in the social space and social studio. The Marketing Cloud is continually working on bringing Radian6, Buddy Media and social.com together in one platform: Social Studio.
At Dreamforce, I planned to attend and soak up all of the breakout sessions that I could around Salesforce Marketing Cloud. Unfortunately, with clients to meet, and a #WalkABlock loft to run, I didn’t get to make it to every session I wanted. I was able to watch most of keynotes and share my top key findings I learned at the conference.
If you’ve been to Dreamforce before, you know the feeling: never-ending lines for coffee, a bazillion people waiting to get into keynotes and an overwhelming amount of information coming at you from all angles. The good news: this year Sundog has you covered at Basecamp where you can put your feet up, relax and recharge with coffee, cocktails and more.
Whether you are attending Dreamforce or not, social media allows us to connect with others at the event. Watch keynotes, product announcements and more from your computer or connect with those around you. I’ll share you some of the top ways you can stay connected with Dreamforce this year. I’ll also give you an inside look at how we plan to manage all of the social conversations and engage as a brand.
September 30, 2014: Lynlee Espeseth posted a blog entry titled The Cult Of A Brand, And Why Common Sense Might Not Matter.
Since Apple released the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, there has been a lot of commentary from other phone manufacturers that Apple is simply copying their larger phones, their capabilities, and, essentially, their technology.