Sometimes organizations have a Salesforce initiative that they want to pursue, but they don’t have the in-house experience to lead the project themselves. They might have a team of technologists, but no one with specific Salesforce experience, no one with experience in this specific Salesforce cloud, or no experience implementing a project of this scope.
When you embark on a new Salesforce project, you should have an understanding of the following:
- Salesforce best practices
- How new features will integrate with existing architecture
- How other organizations have tackled similar projects, and what has (and hasn’t) worked in the past.
- Risks and possible pitfalls
- Experience doing this type of projects with other organizations
How We Help:
- We do the system architecture / design and your team implements it. In addition to ending up with a successful project, this can also be a great way for your team to skill-up.
- Experience building trust, understanding deeply what the priorities of stakeholders and end-users, a plan for ensuring user adoption
- Communicating with stakeholders and executives so everyone is on the same page and understands the initiative.