Monday, April 27, 2015

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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. 
  • With Heroku Elements, Salesforce has made it easier than ever for developers to create customer-facing apps. [via The SkyPlanner Blog
  • Engagement means a lot of things in the world of marketing and sales. This is where many companies run into trouble: in an attempt to engage with customers broadly, they often forget to implement an efficient plan that focuses the right resources on the right type of engagement. [via Salesforce Blogs]
  • Equal pay for equal work isn’t typically a mantra you hear from the chief executive of a multibillion-dollar company. Yet Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is taking the radical step of reviewing employee salaries to ensure men and women are paid fairly. [via the Huffington Post]
  • How do you make a project plan that will actually work (i.e. successfully accomplish business objectives on time and under budget)? There’s no one-size-fits all answer, but there are a number of attributes that effective plans usually have in common. [via Salesforce Blogs]
  • A Salesforce CRM is an essential tool for any business, but like any other tool it has to be wielded correctly. That's why correctly setting up data and its use within your CRM is crucial to its success. [via The SkyPlanner Blog]

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