Portland, OR | Chicago, IL – Zeal, a people-first holding company based in Chicago, has announced the acquisition of Everpeak Partners, a revenue operations firm specializing in custom Salesforce integrations and support. This acquisition is the first in Zeal’s larger roll-up strategy of Salesforce systems integrators. Founded in 2017, Everpeak’s skilled team consists of Salesforce solution architects, data architects, and industry consultants, with extensive expertise in Salesforce Sales Cloud, Pardot, Service Cloud, Experience Cloud, CPQ, and
Salesforce, as a Customer Relationship Management platform provides businesses with a variety of tools to manage their sales, marketing, customer service, and more. One of the key features of Salesforce is the Campaigns object, which allows organizations to track and measure the success of their marketing campaigns. In this blog post, we will explore the Salesforce Campaigns object in detail, including what it is, how it works, and how to use it to improve your
Dynamic fields take this a step further by allowing users to create fields that are only visible and accessible based on certain criteria. In other words, dynamic fields can be customized to show up only when certain conditions are met, making them a powerful tool for streamlining data entry and improving data quality. There are a number of use cases for dynamic fields in Salesforce. Here are a few examples: Hide fields that aren’t relevant:
Salesforce Lightning. It’s the word on the streets. We’ve all probably heard it at some point. Like the new iPhone or a new car we might not know the fine details behind it, but we probably know it’s an upgrade of some kind. And like most upgrades we’re probably thinking we can do without it. Your current car is still getting you from point A to point B and your phone is still taking calls.
Intro: It’s more important than ever to have clarity in your sales process with today’s hectic & constantly evolving business environment where key details can get lost in the shuffle. Many small and mid-size businesses that I’ve advised have sales process in Salesforce don’t have clear definitions for what qualifies a lead or opportunity to move to the next stage. I am writing this blog post to share fundamental best practices I’ve learned from