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Find GoToMeeting and Salesforce Integration Tools

November 12th, 2014 | by

Salesforce and GoToMeeting make an excellent complementary pair. Salesforce gives you powerful tools to maintain relationships with clients and close deals, while GoToMeeting opens up possibilities for collaboration and conferencing that have only become possible over the last couple of decades. When you integrate these two outstanding applications with a connector like Click.Meet, the possibilities are amazing.

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Mansa’s Dreamforce Experience and the Democratization of Analytics

October 30th, 2014 | by

Salesforce Wave – The Democratization of Analytics

You could be forgiven for not realizing how CRM provider Salesforce.com established the most anticipated annual cloud computing event Dreamforce over 10 years ago and has grown into the behemoth we all know and love, attended by over 135,000 convention goers.

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SynQ: A Complete Solution for Connecting to Quickbooks Online within Salesforce

October 10th, 2014 | by

Integrating Salesforce with a custom application is important for enabling productive sales teams, maximizing business efficiency, increasing earnings, and better serving your customers. Integration apps are popular business tools because they quickly organize data from various channels, and present information in a clear and consolidated format.

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Find GoToMeeting and Salesforce Integration Tools

September 4th, 2014 | by

Staying ahead of your competitors means using the best tools available. In a global marketplace, those tools include state of the art digital applications such as the Salesforce CRM and GoToMeeting conferencing software. To bring the two together, you will need an integration tool, and one of the best ones on the market is available from Mansa Systems.

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The Importance of Archiving Files and Data in Salesforce

August 22nd, 2014 | by

Salesforce data management is crucial, especially for companies that process a large amount of information through the CRM. Archiving data is an effective way to reduce data bloating inside the application without permantently removing information that may be needed at some future date. Using Salesforce triggers, your company can even access archived data on-demand, saving space without limiting the potential of this powerful CRM.

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What Are The Salesforce File Size Limitations?

August 19th, 2014 | by

Most companies never hit the Salesforce file limits, but when you do you’re stuck in a pickle. You’re also only allowed to upload an attachment of 5MB per attachment. Luckily, Mansa Systems has built a file storing application native to Salesforce that surpasses these parameters. The Mansa app will not only allow for you to store and upload an unlimited amount of file size within Salesforce but also save your company money.

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How Do I Send More Than a Thousand Emails a Day in Salesforce?

August 15th, 2014 | by

Salesforce is a powerful customer resource manager, but you can make it even more powerful by adding custom applications from the Salesforce Appexchange. One example of this is that the default mass email limitations can be overcome with integrated apps. If your company engages in high volume email campaigns, or just has a lot of customers to keep in touch with, then adding something like MassMailer can give your company a visible boost to sales.

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Salesforce vs Junxure

August 13th, 2014 | by

In the world of registered investment advisors, or RIAs, the move towards cloud-based CRM applications has been slow. Today, the competition has primarily boiled down to a standoff of Salesforce vs Junxure, along with a third venture, Redtail. Salesforce is currently trailing Junxure, but it is new to the field of RIAs, and is gaining fast. The rapid gain is easy to understand when you see how Salesforce and Junxure compare to one another.

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