Today Artisan Hub is tracking the progress of 28,047 Salesforce Certified Professionals who have in total 79,932 current Salesforce Certificates and reside in 98 different countries.
Artisan Consulting has created a global directory of Salesforce Certified Professionals with the goal of providing insights to how many people there are in different parts of the world who hold current Salesforce Certificates.… Read the full blog post here
If you don’t keep learning, embracing new value and increasing adoption, you can end up lagging further and further behind
When you are first starting out with Salesforce®, in the Vision stage, you need to determine where the line in the sand is which defines the finish point.… Read the full blog post here
Wanting all the functionality with all the data right at the beginning of a project, or wanting many projects to be delivered at once, can overwhelm your team and cause them to lose sight of the big picture objectives
Number 8 on the list of reasons why some Salesforce® Customer Transformation Projects fail is excess.… Read the full blog post here
If you have not defined measurable outcomes differentiating success and failure then you won’t know if you’ve got what you wanted
Part of the sales pitch you might get when buying Salesforce® is you won’t need to do any testing.… Read the full blog post here
You can’t manage what you don’t measure, and Salesforce reports are how you access key performance metrics about your customers and your business.
Reports are the signposts your business uses to stay on track. If you’re not sure what you need to report on, then your Salesforce project will have serious issues delivering useful business outcomes. … Read the full blog post here
If data is inconsistent or incomplete, then your decision making will suffer and your customers will receive a sub-optimal experience.
Possibly the most important part of any project is data quality. Decision making is based on the data collected and how it is presented.… Read the full blog post here
Whilst you might not expect your business to change during the life of the project, you can guarantee your customers, your competitors and available technology will change.
You now have your Delivery Team in place and everyone is on board with the vision you have for your big Salesforce project.… Read the full blog post here
Once the decision has been made and money budgeted for a Salesforce project, the next step is to decide who is going to deliver it.
This is known as the Project Delivery Team. There are lots of things which can go wrong during the delivery process, so what should you do to ensure success?… Read the full blog post here
Sponsorship of a project means more than just money
Of course it is important from whose budget a project is being financed, but there also needs to be willing and active involvement from leaders. If an executive simply signs off on the finance, this can disconnect the command chain and have real impact upon the project.… Read the full blog post here