Application Programming Interfaces allow different organizations and businesses to connect their web applications. What Salesforce does is to act as a hub where all these applications connect to.
Salesforce then becomes the center of data analysis, automation, dashboard, workflow, and reporting. APIs allow different applications to communicate and thereby share data. This makes them readily accessible to other systems on the web. (more…)
The Apex Connector Framework is used to create a custom adapter that will be used for Salesforce Connect. Simply put, it is a set of both classes and methods that are provided by the DataSource namespace.
This framework allows you to make customized adapters. Your organization can then use these custom adapters to connect to data located on an outside source. They give you additional resources that you can use when the adapters in Salesforce Connect doesn’t meet your needs. (more…)
You can synchronize your data in Salesforce to Office365. The connection is bi-directional and it is codeless. To sync these two apps you will need the Layer 2 Cloud Connector.
Salesforce can actually be synchronized to other data sources other than Office365, such as SharePoint, SQL, OData, Oracle and others. (more…)
There are several Salesforce editions currently offered in the market today. Choosing one should never be based on the price or the monthly rate alone. More important than the price of the cloud based CRM, you should match the features to the needs and size of your operations. (more…)