Flows in Salesforce, also known as Visual Workflows, are powerful tools that allow for the automation of various business processes without the use of custom code. The cloud flow designer allows you to build flows that execute logic, interact with Salesforce, call Apex classes and collect data from a user in screen elements. The Winter 18 Salesforce release brings even more functionality into Flows.
Have users who want to customize branding, colors and buttons in a Lightning Community? Design tokens are the key.
Why is a responsive community so important? Well, it depends who you ask and what they do. From a technical mindset, the answer is pretty clear based on today’s users and their preferred devices. Mobile design is the new standard. So why is it still so painful to develop a community with a mobile experience that rivals desktop? And at the end of the day, what is most important to your users anyway?
Salesforce.com is no stranger to releasing industry-specific solutions, from financial services to healthcare. And their dual-focus on industries and communities this year makes perfect sense. After all, solutions built with an understanding of business process and industry-specific methodology are typically at the top of the list for implementation.
What’s the key to maximizing revenue for most organizations? Aligning marketing and sales efforts, particularly when it comes to lead management.
What do I love about working at Sundog? The tough challenges that our clients bring us, not to mention the way Sundoggers challenge ourselves. Around here, we’re all obsessed with quality and the drive to make our clients heroes in everything we do. And as a Systems Architect, that means I get to do some really cool things.
Branded communities are a powerful way to increase engagement with employees, partners and customers. And Salesforce Community Cloud is one of the best platforms in the business. But can you customize it for your business? Absolutely.
Greg Ewing-Lee Posted in: Business, Cloud, Communities, Customer Experience, Customer Journey, Events, DF14, Dreamforce, Dreamforce 2014, Marketing Cloud, Pardot, Partners, Salesforce, Strategy, Brand, Audience, Message, Targeted Marketing Programs
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.
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.