Salesforce continues to grow at a 30% rate year-over-year. As a result, our data silos continue to increase across the company. This is especially true when companies are acquired and incorporated into the overall Salesforce ecosystem. In order to continue to support a $20B dollar company by the year 2020, our internal data integration infrastructure and… View details.
The purpose of this document is to help guide and inform IT project teams to the correct integration platform for projects. Note that this is only a guide, as there can be multiple options based on the integration activities. Use the matrix in this document in conjunction with input from the Enterprise Architecture Review Board… View details.
Not long ago I presented at the MuleSoft TopMule Meetup ’14 in San Diego, CA, on an initiative I’m running at salesforce.com called Free The Data: Transforming The Way The Business Connects To Data. With approximately 400 MuleSoft employees in attendance, MuleSoft has doubled its size in just one year. It’s a testament to the industry demand for… View details.
To consistently ensure high data quality, you need to create a data quality culture. The key to implementing a data quality culture is to focus on the right things at the right time. Initially, it’s all about user adoption. Over time you need to understand usage trends, adopt standards, and then train on common best… View details.
Measuring user adoption is key to the success of your Salesforce implementation. Otherwise, how do you know if users are really getting the most from the Salesforce application? It is also a good indicator of the effectiveness of your Salesforce deployment and provides insight into how the application is being used.