Below is a video demonstration of HubSpot’s managed app for Salesforce running on Salesforce for iPad. Salesforce for iPad takes advantage of elements such as stackable screens, which provide much better application for a user’s swiping interaction on an iPad vs. the clicking interaction of a desktop application. Continue reading HubSpot Leads in Salesforce for iPad
Force.com Sites provides an all-in-one method for creating database driven, standard Web pages.
What are “database driven” pages? These are pages with a normal Web site look and feel, except that certain elements of the pages are retrieved from database tables rather than being maintained in the Web page as HTML text. Continue reading Force.com Sites Explained
Program for Force.com Resellers Announced
Salesforce.com has recently launched a new VAR program for Force.com. Read the full press release here. Lexnet signed on as a charter partner along with a dozen other VARs.
Channel partners are now able to resell a Salesforce.com cloud computing offering — partners will be able to manage the Force.com sales cycle end-to-end, contract with customers for the Force.com service, and also manage renewals.
Force.com can be used for a wide variety of business database applications as well as for public facing Websites. Over 120,000 applications have been designed on the platform.
This program will provide the business community with access to a wide range of partner competencies, ideas and best practices.
Can you save your company millions of dollars and two years in time-to-market on your next product? If you think it’s impossible, maybe you should look to the cloud.
While reading this article on the promise of cloud computing, one of the article’s examples really stood out to me. CODA, a UK-based financial management services provider, built their latest product entirely on salesforce.com’s development platform Force.com. Continue reading The Cloud: Providing Golden Opportunities