Philadelphia, PA, September 28, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Alvorden Publishes Salesforce Best Practices Guide in response to growing need for Salesforce technical expertise. Over 160,000 people registered for Salesforce’s Dreamforce 2015 conference, seeking guidance in a $6.6 billion annual market. Alvorden has published the Salesforce Best Practices Guide by Salesforce MVP Matthew Botos to implement Salesforce correctly and cost efficiently.
The Salesforce Best Practices Guide features 15 original best practices, organized into categories including Roadmap Planning and Salesforce Integration. Salesforce customers can apply these free best practices to the complex requirements of:
- Integration with AS/400, SQL Server, Heroku
- Migration of legacy databases from MySQL and Excel
- Data quality and deduplication
- Document management with AWS, Box, and DropBox
- Customer Communities
- Security and Single Sign On with SAML and OAuth
“Salesforce is a powerful but complex platform; my mission is to deliver the most cost-effective Salesforce best practices,” said Matthew Botos, CTO of Alvorden and Salesforce Technical Architect. Author of the Salesforce Best Practices Guide, Matthew Botos is 1 of only 90 worldwide Salesforce MVPs elected for deep Salesforce technical expertise.
The Salesforce Best Practices Guide is available at: http://alvorden.com/salesforce-best-practices-guide
Alvorden is a Salesforce software consulting firm focused on businesses of 50-200 employees who need deep Salesforce technical expertise. Alvorden CTO and Salesforce Technical Architect Matthew Botos has been brought into over 30 complex Salesforce integration projects in the past 5 years. He begins complex integrations with a small, low-risk roadmap, then personally delivers a correct and cost-efficient solution onshore.
More information on Alvorden Salesforce consulting is available at: http://alvorden.com