Monthly Archives: March 2018

Pardot Software Implementation

What is Pardot?

We have all undoubtedly heard about how great it could be for sales people, but is that as far as this powerful tool can take Salesforce users? Of course not. Pardot Dashboard is a perfect tool to include as part of your Higher Ed Salesforce implementation.

Pardot is B2B marketing automation solution that ultimately makes the jobs of sales and recruiting teams much easier. We have seen more and more Higher Ed Salesforce pardot implementations including Pardot for their recruiting teams and it’s obvious why once you begin using it.

The features in Pardot software implementaton provide a seamless connection between your marketing campaigns and how your recruiters can interact with prospects. Continue reading

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The Truth About Salesforce HEDA and Salesforce Higher Ed

HEDA (Higher Ed Data Architecture) is a cornerstone for enabling Higher Ed Salesforce Implementation for universities and campuses. However, Salesforce.org officials and training webinars have explicitly said that it is a stepping stone for organizations, not an all-encompassing solution. Salesforce.org training materials suggest that if  Salesforce Higher Ed institutions intend to expand the presence of Salesforce in their organization in the future, then they may benefit from consulting with a Salesforce Partner company that specializes in Higher Ed Salesforce Implementation.

Salesforce HEDA has made so much more than just a sales CRM. With that said, it does not solve admission, advising, communication, alumni relations, or fundraising. It does, give you a basic, light-weight, platform that you then can take and build on to create specific solutions to areas that are important to your specific organization. Continue reading

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What do you mean by Salesforce Big Objects?

Have you ever been in a situation where you need to store gigantic amount of data in your Salesforce org? Are you tired of using third-party storage systems and writing web service calls to get the massive amount of data? Having to crunch those large numbers, though a reflection of your own success, can be troublesome and performance degrading.

Salesforce has come to the rescue again by introducing big objects salesforce which are objects with massive storage capabilities on the Salesforce platform itself. They provide consistent performance over a data set of the order of billions and are accessible through a standard set of APIs to your org or to an external system.

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