23 May 2017

What’s Coming Next with Machine Data

Nazia Zaman
Posted in: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Einstein, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Data, Machine Learning, Manufacturing, Salesforce

A couple weeks ago, we experienced a flooded kitchen here at Sundog due to a faulty dishwasher. What if the dishwasher could self-diagnose the issue before it happened and automatically schedule maintenance with a field technician? Sound like science fiction? Actually, it’s becoming the new reality. Technologies like this are already present in our day-to-day lives.

9 Mar 2017

Sundog Is a 2017 Salesforce Gold Partner: What It Means to You

Damie Berkey
Posted in: Certifications, Marketing Cloud, partnerDRIVEN, Partners, Sales Cloud, Salesforce

At Sundog, we’re proud to, once again, be awarded the designation of Salesforce Gold Consulting Partner.

11 Jan 2017

Understanding Lightning Component Events

Susanna Oliver
Posted in: HTML, JavaScript, Lightning, Salesforce, Web Development

Lightning components are designed to be self-contained and independent. While this is great for modular development and encapsulation, it comes at a price. That price is JavaScript. JavaScript from one component can’t talk with another, and that’s why Lightning components use events. Events handle any interaction that needs to take place between components: button clicks, modals, etc.

10 Nov 2016

Ignite Your Indirect Sales Channels: Watch the Webcast

Jen Thompson
Posted in: B2B, Manufacturing, Marketing Cloud, partnerDRIVEN, Salesforce

Want to increase your lead generation and revenue? Or drive engagement with your partner channels?

10 Aug 2016

3 Ways to Create Engaging Content for Instagram

Brianne Carlsrud
Posted in: Digital Experience, Content Strategy, Facebook, Instagram, Integrated Marketing, Social Media, Salesforce, Twitter, Targeted Marketing Programs

Instagram officially launched in 2010 and had one million users just two months after its launch. Currently, the social network has 500 million users and keeps on growing. (To put that growth into perspective, Twitter, which launched in 2006, only has around 320 million users).