Since 1985, Habitat for Humanity has helped hardworking families in North Carolina secure safe, affordable, and energy-efficient homes. Cloud Giants is a proud partner in helping drive this important mission. Here’s how we helped keep that mission at the center of their streamlined Salesforce org.
Did you get a great deal at the end of January with the end of the Salesforce fiscal year? Congratulations! Here’s how to get great return on your investment and keep that good feeling throughout your project.
Getting the right consultant to take a look at your Salesforce platform is like getting a mechanic to check out your vehicle. If you want to keep moving, it’s only a matter of time until you need an expert.
Integrating data between Salesforce and your other systems is a great way to help your team be more efficient, productive, and happy with their tools. Asking these key questions beforehand can help that integration succeed from the get go.
Are you considering purchasing a CPQ tool? Have you looked into many, and want to know whether Salesforce CPQ may (or may not!) be the right tool for your business? This article will help you discover if Salesforce CPQ is right for you.
You already know that Salesforce is a powerful platform. It is easy to customize, and there are many third party integrations available that tie into other systems without custom code. That’s why it’s important to take steps early on to ensure it can scale with you.
In our blog post, "6 Reasons Everyone with Salesforce Needs an Admin," we outlined why it's so important to have someone dedicated who can learn the platform and manage your Salesforce system, even if that person is you. What if, though, you don't have the time or the skill to be that person? Here are some ways you can find help without having to become the admin…
Do you really need a Salesforce admin? Yes, you do. Salesforce is an investment in the future of your business, so every business with Salesforce, even a company with a total user count of one, needs a Salesforce Administrator to get the most out of that investment. Read on to find out why.
I recently had a situation where I wanted the ability to query the database for a list of records, and for each of those records I wanted to include data from some child records (from a master-detail relationship), and then on each of those I also wanted child records (from another master-detail relationship), and then finally I also wanted to include data from a related record (lookup relationship) for each of those child records. So I wanted to write a top down query (by top down I mean selecting on the top level object) that gave me a List of (top level) SObjects that included data from child records up to 4 levels "deep".
Starting this week is Salesforce's Developer week; and today I traveled to Greensboro to learn about Salesforce's Lightning framework for building apps, processes, and connecting data. I love learning about new things and Salesforce just keeps getting better. Here's a quick overview of each piece of the puzzle that we covered, an example of how to use it, and a link to the tutorial where you can try it out yourself.