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Think you're ready for Lightning?

Our consultants attended the Salesforce Lightning Tour ’17 workshop this week and are very excited about some of the latest features in Lightning. They’re pretty awesome. 

Whether you’re already using Lightning or are considering moving to Lightning, we wanted to share some of the newest highlights.

After all, Lightning is a completely redesigned experience. It’s a framework and an extension of the Salesforce platform, and a community of ISVs (independent software vendors) who have built components to make it work really well. It is designed specifically to increase productivity.

And what does this mean for the end user? Well, Lightning is action oriented and provides a less cluttered user experience, powered with an intelligent and predictive search. It is completely component driven, which allows for a greater level of customization.

Read more here.

Case Study: EarthCorps
We invite you to read our latest case study: The Value of Web Services - Enabling a Real-Time, Responsive Volunteer Event Calendar for EarthCorps. It's an honor to support such great organizations . 
 

EarthCorps is a nonprofit based in Seattle, Washington, that uses the natural classroom of The Puget Sound to teach young leaders the skills they need to address the environmental challenges facing our planet today. They are using the Volunteers for Salesforce app to help them manage their extensive volunteer program.

The Volunteers for Salesforce app enables you to show a calendar of events on your website, and is a useful tool to recruit volunteers. But EarthCorps felt they were not reaching all potential volunteers because their online calendar did not respond well on mobile technology. EarthCorps decided to redesign their website on WordPress and recruited DaizyLogik to help ensure they could display a responsive volunteer event calendar.

Our DaizyLogik developers knew that it would be a complex undertaking to make the existing Volunteers for Salesforce calendar mobile friendly. Additionally, it would be difficult to make it match the look and feel of the rest of the website, since WordPress has their own internal fonts and themes that do not generally match content pulled from Salesforce directly. Our team proposed a different solution: Write web services to retrieve the necessary data from Salesforce and incorporate it into the WordPress site.



Read more about the value of Web Services, and why it could be a great solution for your organization.



 
Contact us to learn how our team of Certified Force.com Developers and business strategists can help you achieve your mission by taking your Salesforce platform to the next level.
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