As an ISV in the partner program, you’ve built an app that leverages the Salesforce1 Platform. Once you’ve sold your app to a customer, you need to ensure the customer has the right Salesforce1 Platform licenses and features to use your app. You do this by submitting a service order to Salesforce using the Channel Order App (COA), which is provided for free to ISV partners.
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Luminix, a Salesforce partner with two listings on the AppExchange, has experienced rapid growth since listing its app Pulsar in July 2012. Luminix serves customers across a variety of industries, including companies such as ING (Financial Services), Univar (Chemicals), Molnlycke Healthcare (Medical Devices). There are five key elements to Luminix’s success: 1. Luminix focuses on mobile [...]
With the powerful Salesforce sharing features, you can support collaboration within your organization while keeping sensitive information secure. And while you must always balance collaboration with security, there are situations in which you might need to make absolutely sure that record access is limited to a very small number of people, regardless of their position within the corporate hierarchy. In this post, you’ll learn about the sharing features and strategies you can use to do just that.
As an experienced Salesforce architect or developer, your job is as dynamic as your organization and its users. You don’t just need to design a sharing model, Force.com applications, and SOQL queries that meet your company’s current security, page performance, and data requirements; you must also design an architecture that can scale to support your organization’s future data volumes and user bases.
So why chance facing additional work and long wait times later, or wishing that you had a time-traveling Delorean to hop in? Just attend Technical Enablement’s sessions and workshops at Dreamforce to learn a few performance-related best practices, test what you learned in a hands-on environment, and scale your organization to success.
We all know that Dreamforce is a big deal for customers and partners alike– The largest Enterprise Cloud Computing event in the world and biggest tech conference to be held in San Francisco. It is the #1 place to be if you are interested in meeting enterprise customers, prospects and partners. What you may not [...]
Every day, the Technical Enablement team works with customers like you to review their architectures and help them solve implementation challenges on the Salesforce platform. One of those implementation challenges involves a seemingly simple platform feature: formula fields. Under the hood, poorly designed formula fields can consume a lot of resources, lead to slow query response times, and hurt your users’ productivity.
We see these problems in many of our customer cases, and we know that the best way to avoid them involves learning both what makes formula fields efficient and how to build efficient formula fields. If you’re a developer, architect, or administrator who wants to build lightning-fast formula fields, you’ll want to attend our intermediate-level Dreamforce session, “Revving Up the Force.com Formula Engine,” and its associated workshop.
Agents widely use the Salesforce Console on a day-to-day basis while working with several entities like cases, accounts, leads etc. They spend almost the entire day within the console, opening and closing several tabs. Considering this, the end user performance of the application becomes vitally important. In this write-up, I have presented my observations when comparing the performance of the Salesforce Console in various browsers in a typical contact center environment.
Understand what Salesforce development environments to use in order to make app development and delivery much easier.
One advantage of the Force.com platform is that it allows you to develop applications quickly and easily using both standard and custom features, such as custom Visualforce pages and Apex classes.
But how can you test whether your application can scale to meet the needs of your growing user base? The Force.com platform includes a framework for creating and running test classes, but when you need to account for larger volumes of data and more demanding application conditions, you might need to move a level beyond unit testing. This blog post helps you plan for growth by outlining your application testing options, explaining which ones you should use and when you should use them, and suggesting how you should work with salesforce.com Customer Support to maximize your tests’ effectiveness and value.
The latest Dreamforce Sponsor Success Story from our friends at NTT Centerstance will really make you think about the power of the ecosystem, and think differently about the potential associated with sponsorship of salesforce.com events.