Why Every Salesforce Admin Should Use an IDE

Why Every Salesforce Admin Should Use an IDE

In an effort to become a more powerful Salesforce administrator, I’ve recently been knocking on the door of the developer world. You don’t need to master Apex to take advantage of developer tools. My favorite trick has been using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to speed up manual tasks, such as creating thousands of fields in minutes. …

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Why You Should Consider Moving to Salesforce Lightning

Why You Should Consider Moving to Salesforce Lightning

For over 16 years, the look and feel of Salesforce has remained fairly consistent. In 2015, Salesforce began promoting its new platform – Salesforce Lightning. Although long time users may have grown accustom to the classic user interface, Salesforce has developed a modern UI that brings new features, increased productivity, faster deployments, and a seamless transition across desktop...

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The Unsexy Side of Fintech

The Unsexy Side of Fintech

Fintech usually has a sexy connotation associated with it, so last week when I was in New York speaking at Bank Director’s FinXTech conference, I enjoyed the irony of being on a panel to discuss “The Unsexy Side of Fintech.” The conference primarily focused on discussing the impact of Fintech on the Financial Services industry, the current state of innovation, and what’s...

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Leveraging the Power of CRM to Create Extended Loyalty for Your Bank

Leveraging the Power of CRM to Create Extended Loyalty for Your Bank

As of September 2016, there were 5,980 FDIC-Insured banks in the United States. While this number dropped from 6,270 FDIC-Insured banks in September of 2015, total assets actually increased from $15.8 trillion in 2015 to $16.7 trillion in 2016. Looking at this trend in the number of banks declining (whether they be commercial or retail) is enough for us to assume demand is increasing but...

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