Transferring data from an external source to Salesforce can be a challenging task before going live. The efforts involved in Salesforce data migration depend on the kind of data and the sources from which you are retrieving the same. Therefore, it is vital that you plan, assess the challenges, and choose the best data migration practice. It all seems a bit overwhelming, but we are here to help you. This blog provides you with a useful data migration checklist to guide you through the process. But before we delve into that, let’s understand how data migration will help your organization.
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As a Salesforce implementation partner, we have worked with several data migration projects – large and small spanning across various industries. What we have learned is that there are a number of common factors that decide the success or failure of the project. Our blog discusses the key 5 reasons why your Salesforce data migration project may fail and how to overcome those issues. Lack of Data Quality Many organizations still consider data quality as an afterthought rather than a priority. This is a primary reason why your Salesforce data migration project might fail. According to a study conducted by