Speed vs quality in Salesforce projects

Just like with innovation and speed, there is a tipping point where more of it diminishes returns. With Software, when innovation becomes a priority without governance it can impact the long-term productivity and the quality of the systems being implemented. Hence quality should always be factored into the overall design, development, and implementation model. From […]

5 Steps To ServiceNow Implementation Success

ServiceNow is a powerful ITSM platform that can automate and streamline all areas of your business operations. However, it’s important to start the implementation process off on the right foot, especially when considering stakeholders are keen to upgrade and optimize user experience within businesses. Many new ServiceNow implementations fail because they don’t have a proper […]

How to utilize DevOps tools in a Salesforce CI/CD Workflow

Developing under a CI/CD workflow Salesforce platform admins, owners, and teams are facing increasing workloads due to new business requirements and opportunities. To manage these growing workloads and release high-quality development quickly to their customers, teams are implementing continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD). The goal of CI/CD is to develop, assess and promote code faster and […]

Boost your Salesforce productivity with the new Quality Clouds Extension

Microsoft Visual Studio Code is a popular code editor used by developers worldwide. Its popularity stems from its simplicity, flexibility, and extensibility, allowing developers to customize their workflow to meet their needs. One of the most significant features of Visual Studio Code is its extensive library of extensions. In this blog post, we will explore […]

Manage No/Low Code Project Risk: How Quality Clouds Can Help

Service Providers can better manage technical, financial and reputational risk on no/low code projects with Quality Clouds’ early system data-gathering   In ServiceNow and Salesforce low-code projects it helps to know what you’re dealing with from the outset. We take a look at how early analysis can help manage no/low code project risk and get […]

Starting Salesforce Projects Properly

Salesforce is great for many reasons, one is the concept of citizen development. The ability to enhance the application with low code, clicks, drag and drop configuration. But with great power comes great responsibility. It’s very easy to go ‘gung-ho’ and start creating stuff here, there and everywhere. Hold on! Before you start a Salesforce […]

Delivering Seamless ServiceNow Upgrades

ServiceNow upgrades are an inevitability. Like any project, there are definite risks to rushing into one unprepared, be it unexpected costs or struggling to meet deadlines. In this webinar Quality Clouds will be going over how you can better handle your upgrade process using automation and helping you avoid some common pitfalls. We’ll also be […]

5 tips to get a repeatable and scalable Salesforce development process

Context So why do you need a proper Salesforce development process in place? After all, the early days of configuring a new Salesforce org is like a walk in the park: with just a few clicks you are able to adapt and build new applications based on business needs. You don’t need to pay much […]

Reducing Salesforce Project Complexity

What is complexity? It is where certainty and the gradient of agreement meets. Let’s have a look at the ‘Stacey Chart’: Where there is simplicity, you have high certainty and agreement. Within Salesforce these are opportunities to get them scheduled or even better automated! Items at the top right, are not ready to tackle yet, […]

Why Do So Many Projects For Salesforce Fail?

Your CRM is the lifeblood of your company and the beating heart of the enterprise growth process. Forrester Research actually found that when a CRM system is correctly implemented, you can see around a 245% ROI yield as a general number. Other research also points to a significant 26% increase in customer retention. This proves […]

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