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5 Favourites from the Winter ‘17 Release Notes

Posted by Pooja Prakash J

You know what it is when winter is approaching? It’s time for the Winter’17 release notes! The latest updates show that the Lightning experience is moving in the right direction. Our list consists of 5 of our favourite features: SALES   Optimize Clicks and Time by Editing Inline in Beta Reps can now save the time of going through record updates and instead modify a record without opening it, directly from the list view. Also, they can now save multiple records all at once!   Kanban on Leads, Campaigns & Contracts This feature also comes under the Lightning Experience where

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Salesforce MVPs, Ninja series Blogs

Salesforce Essentials Dubai 2016| Lightning Strikes

Posted by Aditya Pavan Vempati

On April 25, Dazeworks headed to Dubai to attend Salesforce Essentials ‘16, which was held at Jumeirah Beach Hotel. Salesforce Essentials is a Salesforce.com multi-city conference which offers insights and step-by- step demos on the company’s product offerings followed by live customer success stories and networking of Salesforce representatives, customers, visions, and partners. Our MVP Shiv Devinarayan attended the event as strategic partners with Aphidas Solutions who were also the gold sponsors for the event. The day kicked off with the delivery of keynotes by some of the best people in and around Salesforce like the VP Richard McGuinness, Jon

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What’s New with Lightning Experience – Don’t You Just Love being #Struckbylightning ?

Posted by Shiv Devinarayanan

“It’s always fun to talk about the next release” – These words by Mike Rosenbaum during the global Salesforce preview at San Francisco rang true not just for Salesforce as a company but for the entire Salesforce community. I’m certain that he echoed the thoughts of every developer/admin/user/ partner/customer involved with the platform. This release or ‘unveiling’ of a whole new Salesforce was no different. And I must say this one looks well worth the wait! Now my first love was, is and will always be Salesforce. And I have been so in love that I’ve never felt there was

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