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Cross-Cloud Integration and More During the Salesforce World Tour: LA

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As a Salesforce Partner, I had the privilege of representing GoSaaS at the Los Angeles Salesforce World Tour last month. As I’m sure you already know, Salesforce is a dynamic platform, offering different types of features and capabilities for any kind of user. During the Customer Success Expo, insight on multiple functionalities helped bring to light just how versatile the platform really is. The biggest issue faced by companies of any size is ensuring that they are getting the most out of their Salesforce implementation, which is exactly what GoSaaS helps solve. We specialize in consultations and training, from smaller businesses to large corporations, showing how each individual business is able to use Salesforce to fit their unique needs. 

Topics: "Cloud", GoSaaS, Inc., salesforce, Salesforce CRM, SFDC, Community Cloud, GoSaaS Salesforce, GoSaaS CRM, supply chain management, Multi-hierarchy, data quality, service cloud, Salesforce Customer 360, Sales Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Commerce Cloud, B2C Marketing, Salesforce Einstein AI, Einstein AI, Customer Service, salesforce experience, GoSaaS Salesforce Implementation

Webinar Replay:  Elevate Your Product Quality, Customer Service and Product Development Functions by Integrating CRM, QMS and PLM

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In this webinar recap, feel free to follow along here and listen in as we join GoSaaS team members Tom Nelson, PLM SME (Subject Matter Expert), and Saeed Ahmad, CRM Principal Consultant who will explain the benefits of a digitally connected enterprise and how that eliminates "information islands." You will also discover how companies have connected their teams resulting in an improved engineering response time, ending customer-related problems.

Topics: "Cloud", GoSaaS, Inc., Salesforce CRM, Community Cloud, Oracle Product Lifecycle Management, Oracle PD, Oracle PDH, GoSaaS CRM, supply chain management, Enterprise Product Record, Multi-hierarchy, product data consolidation, Oracle Enterprise Data Quality, EDQ, data quality solution, data quality, quality management, CSR, service cloud, digital enterprise, GoSaaS Digital Thread,

A Bit On Oracle's Product Data Hub Cloud

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Are you suffering from meaningless or erratic data? Do you face issues with data quality and operational inefficiencies? Are you looking to improve your product’s marketability or decrease your compliance cost? Oracle’s Product Data Hub (PDH) is the solution for you!

Topics: GoSaaS, Inc., Oracle Product Data Hub Cloud, Community Cloud, Oracle PD, Oracle PDH, supply chain management, Enterprise Product Record, Multi-hierarchy, product data consolidation, Oracle Enterprise Data Quality, EDQ, data quality solution, data quality

Lightning Web Components: A Complete Step-By-Step Guide

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Lightning Web Components (LWC) provides a new way of developing Lightning components for the Salesforce Platform. LWC was introduced by Salesforce in the Spring ‘19 release cycle. Previously, the Aura component framework was used to develop lightning components and it was made publicly available to Salesforce developers and admins in the Winter ‘15 release. Before that, Salesforce was internally using it to power the lightning experience. The Aura component framework is an open source framework developed by Salesforce. The lightning component framework was a subset of the Aura framework which means that not all the capabilities of Aura framework were opened up for the Salesforce developer community. Aura was leveraging its own component model, templates, and modular development programming model. The reason for this enclosed standard was due to web standards that were not fully developed to support large enterprise level applications. With the unprecedented level of innovation and standardization ECMAScript 6 onwards, it has opened new opportunities for both vendors and the community in general. The improved standardization of the core stack has opened the doors to a new breed of frameworks - frameworks whose major task is to no longer to fill in the gaps within the core stack, but to provide a thin layer of specialized services on top of a standard stack. 


Topics: GoSaaS, Inc., Lightning Experience, Salesforce CRM, Salesforce Lightning Experience, SFDC, GoSaaS Salesforce, Salesforce Developer Community,, Visual Studio Code, Salesforce CLI site, Lighting Web Components, Aura Component Framework, Developer Community, GoSaaS CRM, LWC, Salesforce DX tools

How to Customize Email Application Panes and Publisher Layouts

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Salesforce allows you to integrate a small task pane inside your enterprise email client (available for both Office 365 and G Suite), which allows you to perform certain Salesforce tasks from within the email client. This not only increases productivity, but also provides a very smooth experience.

Topics: GoSaaS, Inc., salesforce, Lightning Experience, Salesforce CRM, SFDC, lightning app builder, customize content with app builder, Salesforce and Outlook integration, Email application pane, GoSaaS Salesforce, Publisher layout, Salesforce and Office 365 integration, Salesforce and G Suite integration

Getting to Know Oracle PLM Cloud

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Oracle PLM Cloud allows organizations to leverage greater business value with the new changes to its features. The system comes with a modern look giving users a better experience. There are also robust functionalities including insights and learning capabilities. Oracle PLM Cloud supports a rapid and reliable way to manage your business.

Topics: "Oracle", "PLM", "PDH", "PD", "Cloud", "Oracle Product Development Cloud", Oracle PLM, GoSaaS PLM, GoSaaS, Inc., Oracle Product Data Hub Cloud, Oracle Product Lifecycle Management, PLM Cloud, Oracle PLM Cloud, Oracle PD, Oracle PDH

How to Make Salesforce Community Cloud a Successful Implementation

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The Salesforce Community Cloud offers a strong platform for developing solutions in a wide variety of scenarios: Here are a few examples of some solutions you can develop based on the Community Cloud:

Topics: "Cloud", GoSaaS, Inc., salesforce, Salesforce CRM, SFDC, Saeed Ahmad, Community Cloud

Why Migrate to the Salesforce Lightning Experience?

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It has been a while since Salesforce rolled out the Lightning Experience (LEX). Evolving over a period of time, there are new features introduced in every release. Salesforce has been pushing customers to make the switch to Lightning Experience, but the option to use the older version is still available. However, Salesforce recently announced that LEX will be enabled by default within new organizations.

Topics: GoSaaS, Inc., salesforce, Lightning Experience, Salesforce CRM, Salesforce Lightning Experience, SFDC, Migrate Salesforce, Saeed Ahmad, Salesforce Migration

Webinar Recap: Your Route to Oracle PLM Cloud – Modern Business, Modern Cloud

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Every business has its own way of handling product data. While being unique is important in individualization, this prevents effective collaboration and information sharing. PLM SME (Subject Matter Expert) Tom Nelson led our GoSaaS Webinar on 2/28, describing how the cloud fits into your PLM strategy and processes. Through the Oracle PLM Cloud, you can unify the entirety of your product and supply chain processes on one integrated platform – from ideation to commercialization. The benefits are numerous, including a reduction of costs from prototyping and scrapping, centralizing data, improvement on internal and external collaboration throughout the entire product lifecycle and an entire process automation leading to a faster time to market/launching.

Topics: "Oracle", "PLM", "Agile", "Product Data Hub", "PDH", "PD", "Cloud", "Oracle Product Development Cloud", "GoSaaS"

ALM and Environment Strategy for Salesforce Projects

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Just like any other mature and modern technology, Salesforce has the similar application lifecycle management process for managing an application’s development, from design to final release, and establishing a framework for managing changes. The lifecycle typically begins with the addition of a new feature to an existing application or a request for a change. A plan is then developed to create that new feature or customization, and the new feature or customization gets designed and tested. Finally, it’s placed into the production environment for consumption by end users. The cycle repeats for every new feature or customization.