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Salesforce World Tour 2018: The Top 5 Takeaways

The Sqware Peg team had a great day of learning and inspiration at Salesforce World Tour - with so much to take in and digest our team have compiled their top 5 takeouts from the day. 1. Lightning has struck! The time for migrating your org to Lightning is now and many companies we spoke to this week...

Australia says “Yes” – an Einstein Analytics visualisation

At Sqware Peg we believe in equality for all and are thrilled Australia voted "Yes" to marriage equality. We also believe in the power of data to tell a story, provide insight, and drive action. We have used Salesforce Einstein Analytics to visualise where Australia said "Yes" and who had their say....

Verity Edwards, July 1, 2017 Growing up in China, Fang Chen’s parents wanted her to study electrical engineering because it was practical. “My parents thought getting into electrical engineering, at least I could repair TVs,” Chen says. Now in her late 40s, Chen has a bachelor degree, a masters and a PhD...

When Does Your Salesforce Org Need a Health Check?

Just like any well-oiled machine, your Salesforce instance is in constant need of fine-tuning and occasionally a complete replacement of parts is required to keep it running at the same pace as your business. A health check can benefit any Salesforce customer, but there are several trigger points for existing...

The Salesforce JavaScript Development Era

When I started development with Salesforce close to a decade ago, s-controls were the only way to customize an application. You would write a bunch of JavaScript code that is highly complex to maintain whenever a customization was required. Late 2008, early 2009; Salesforce introduced Apex and Visualforce technologies to the...