Monday, October 27, 2014

Building Better Business Apps, Body Language, and Strong Brand Evangelists: All that and more in the newest edition of the SkyPlanner Parachute.

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It's SkyPlanner Parachute Monday! Find out what we at SkyPlanner, South Florida's premier Salesforce consulting company, have been reading, watching, listening to, and learning from during the past week. Click on each link to view our curated content.


  • Want to learn more about Salesforce's new Salesforce1 Lightning? Head on over to our post from last week and read all about the future of mobile business app creation!
  • Prior to the advent of cloud computing, small businesses (SMBs) had to spend money they didn't have to buy servers to house their software, and waste time they couldn't spare to keep them running. Thanks to cloud computing that is no longer the case.  
  • Did you know that how you say what you say is as important as what you have to say? Master body language to give your words the impact they deserve
  • Whether you like it or not you're future is going to be filled with "smart" devices. "Several hundred" to be exact, according to a recent study by Gartner Research
  • At SkyPlanner we've always preached about the benefits of word-of-mouth and we've always been lucky that the word about us as South Florida's premier Salesforce consulting company has never been anything but great. Much of that is due to our strong commitment to treating our customers with transparency, fairness, and respect. That is key to building strong brand evangelists
  • An often overlooked trait of the many of the world's most successful people? A strong, positive attitude. When caught in the bleakest of circumstances a good attitude can help you overcome the obstacles in your way (even if its just thinking positively about a negative outcome). 


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