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Salesforce’s AppExchange officially launched in 2006 and has since evolved into the #1 business app store in the world. According to the CRM giant, over 70% of Salesforce customers are using AppExchange solutions today. Which then begs the question: are all AppExhange solutions created equally? The answer lies in whether the solution was built natively...
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We all know that Salesforce has built an incredible community of salespeople, marketers, product managers, developers, executives, MVPs and more. And we love connecting with them via social media. That’s why we put together a list of 30 awesome members of the Salesforce community that everyone in the world of modern sales should follow on...
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Earlier this week, Salesforce gave us all a sneak peek into what we can expect from Spring ‘16, and it did not disappoint. According to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, Salesforce is now the fourth largest enterprise software company in the world. Last year, it was named to the Fortune 500 list of the largest U.S....
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Kevin O’Hara, LevelEleven CTO and a Force.com MVP, founded Detroit’s Salesforce Developer User Group (DUG) in hopes of providing the community with additional opportunities for networking and learning. That’s exactly what started to happen at the first Detroit DUG Meetup, during which around 30 local tech professionals connected for networking and developer talk over a...
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Detroit-area developers: This one’s for you. The Salesforce Platform ELEVATE event is a free hands-on developer workshop, designed to teach you how to build cloud applications. So mark off your calendars on April 29 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and plan on being at the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit. Our CEO, Bob Marsh, will...
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You could say Kevin O’Hara started preparing to be a Force.com MVP at a young age. After all, he was 10 when his grandfather sat him down in front of an old computer and taught him to develop in BASIC language. “He showed me how to make the computer beep in different tones, so I...
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