The 1-2-3 Guide to Resource Capacity Planning with Salesforce Studies show that 67% of business project failures result from insufficient and undervalued project management and planning. As inflation and rising resource costs continue to squeeze industries and consumers across the board – with the Consumer Price Index in August remaining at 8.3% over August 2021 – business leaders should evaluate the rising cost of poor resource capacity planning in a potentially extended period of austerity. Adequate project planning for reliable
4 SFDC Integration Best Practices You Need to Know In 2017, enterprises used an average of just 16 software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. By 2021, that number had swelled to 110. While microservices offer companies scalability, enhanced data security, and reduced IT burdens, their endless proliferation can create serious internal data management challenges as data needed in one system often gets siloed in another. For Salesforce (SFDC) users, solving this problem means becoming adept in application integration and SFDC integration best practices.
How to Perfect Your Change Management Process The capacity to adapt to ongoing changes is a critical part of long-term business success. Whether it's unanticipated economic disruption, the rise of new competition, or new technological developments, no business can expect to maintain its successes and continue to grow without developing the ability to change – processes, structures, and technologies – when confronted with the unforeseen. Healthy and robust business models will always include a polished change management process to handle
5 Salesforce Data Migration Tools to Speed Up Your M&A Mergers and acquisitions are an eventual part of business growth. Nevertheless, organizations manage their records and customer data according to methods that suit their particular needs. When it’s time to migrate large volumes of business data in mergers, the technical challenges of transforming different schemas for field matching and integration can task even sophisticated IT departments. For users of the platform, several Salesforce data migration tools, native and third party,
Perfecting Your Salesforce UX for Sales Reps and Agents In 2009, an epidemic of Toyota drivers uncontrollably accelerating broke into the mainstream as a 911 call of a man who couldn't slow down his car went viral. In the proceeding years, media coverage centered around Toyota's alleged coverup of faulty components, but Malcolm Gladwell's podcast Revisionist History suggested a different explanation: bad design. Despite claiming the brakes weren't working, information collected from the cars' black boxes suggested that the brakes