…It just made sense – we could pre-build features, functionalities, and integrations that are used again and again as deployable ‘modules’, stand up Salesforce as the back-end, and deploy the app on Heroku’s Platform-as-a-Service.
Thus RAMP was created to be the most complete web and mobile framework for deploying enterprise apps to Heroku and Salesforce.
Forget short lists posts about Salesforce adoption that say a lot but leave you with nothing to do. Here’s a list of strategies that you can put to work today to get your employees entering data.
A creative solution to spending big bucks on Salesforce storage by using Heroku’s External Database to store your data.
The solution, which is in beta as a lightning component, is said to enable corporate marketers to pre-build templates, journeys, and messaging that can be passed along to franchisees such as car dealers, gyms, and restaurants.
A few of the reasons why Salesforce may have decided not to update their UI over the past 20 years.