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The Salesforce Team Spills: Why Perficient

What It’s Like Working at Perficient

Have you ever gotten off a team conference call and felt so powerful and inspired you were convinced your team could conquer the world?

It feels good, right?

Admittedly, while not every single call is like that (and a second cup of coffee by the declarer of that first sentence didn’t hurt), on the Salesforce team at Perficient, many are actually that good.

As we grow our team, it is important for us to share that along with the hard work, there is an incredible camaraderie that fosters the inspiration and motivation that allows us to bring the best possible solutions and noteworthy work to our clients.

We polled a couple of the Salesforce team members across Perficient to share why they like being part of this team.


david wicklandDavid Wickland, Solution Architect, UI/UX Designer

Before Perficient, my role was primarily focused on the UI/UX side of delivery and services. Now, after working with such a talented and helpful team, I have learned so much about the declarative and business analysis side of the consulting practice. The opportunity to help in delivering big logo projects such as AMEX, GoPro, Nokia, Trend Micro, and OpenTable in incredible. Plus, I’m honored by the recognition our projects have received from Salesforce, social media, and the entire cloud ecosystem.

I work at Perficient because of the incredible opportunity to learn while on the job, flexible schedule, and diverse client portfolio. The best part about my job at Perficient is working with such a well-rounded and collaborative team who, not only helps resolve seemingly insurmountable issues, but also fosters a fun and innovative culture.

See David’s articles here


andrew smithAndrew Smith, Solution Architect, UI/UX Designer

Before I started Perficient, I didn’t have a great team with a vast array of knowledge to tap into to help myself learn or help create successful products. I’m the proudest when my coworkers are happy to show off the work I’ve created, and that they’ve helped me create. By far the best part is the people I work with. Not only on a practical level (their abilities fill in the gaps in my knowledge, etc.), but their personal support and partnership help make every day that much better!

See Andrew’s articles here


Join the Perficient Team

Do you think you would like to be a part of our team? As we grow, so do the opportunities to work with us. Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, we have careers at all levels open and in development.


At Perficient, we continually look for ways to champion and challenge our talented workforce with interesting projects for high-profile clients, encourage personal and professional growth through training and mentoring, and celebrate our people-oriented culture and the innovative ways they serve Perficient and the community.

Learn more about what it’s like to work at Perficient at our Careers page

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Marisa Lather, Marketing Manager

Marisa Lather is the Employment Branding Marketing Manager at Perficient and is proudly dedicated to developing the Perficient culture. Known as @MarketerMarisa, she is a data-driven design thinker who specializes in creating aesthetic brand experiences that delight. With an inbound marketing specialization in multimedia content creation and engagement, she develops and executes omnichannel campaigns, blending online and offline worlds to create data-informed content and affinity-building experiences for brands. She is actively engaged in the national marketing community, blogs about modern business, personal development, marketing, and more at, and speaks at conferences around the country. Connect with Marisa on LinkedIn and follow @MarketerMarisa on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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