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Cloud Trend #6: Accelerate Innovation with Cloud Apps

Accelerate Innovation with Cloud Apps

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Apps have quickly transformed the way your customers interact with your products and services in a digital world. Apps are also the conduit to the experts and information your employees need in order to take action. The rapid pace of digital change means businesses don’t have the luxury of time on their side and need to react quickly.

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To ensure your Salesforce implementation or migration goes as planned, our team of change management professionals discuss how to manage the transition process to ensure your team is ready, willing, and able to perform effectively in the new environment.

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To meet new business demands, you need a flexible platform that gives you the agility to deliver the apps your end users need and reduces dependence on spreadsheets and stale business processes – all while driving greater ROI out of your existing Salesforce investment. App Cloud manages the hardware, software, upgrades, and more, so you can focus on building apps quickly.

If you’re in the Portland area on March 9 at Hotel Vintage, come join us and Salesforce, for an afternoon of discussion about the rapidly evolving “app economy” that’s creating demand for modern apps to drive productivity and reduce operational waste. There will be a short demo of Salesforce App Cloud, along with some common use cases we’re seeing, best practices for development from our Salesforce experts, and of course some real-world success stories from some of our clients like Trend Micro and Palo Alto.

If you’re not in the Portland area, that’s OK. I’d encourage you to download our recent digital transformation guide for Salesforce, to see how you can make the power of apps work for your business. Digital Transformation with Salesforce guide

About the Author

Elizabeth Dias is an experienced technology marketing strategist focused on the financial services and retail industry at Perficient. With over nine years of experience as a professional business-to-business (B2B) marketer, Elizabeth is knowledgeable in technology strategies for the financial services industry focusing on mobile banking and payments, data analytics, and enterprise information management. She also closely follows the fintech community as well as tech trends in social and digital, and is also an active blogger and thought leader on Twitter (@techmktggirl).

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