Monthly Archives: March 2015

Top 3 Spring ’15 Features for Nonprofits to Implement

Friday, March 20, 2015 was the first day of Spring. I know for many of you it didn’t look like it (judging by all of the snow pics I saw on Facebook), but in Salesforce-land, the Spring ’15 release arrived at the end of February, so at least that’s something to celebrate! With over 300 […]

Salesforce Lightning: What’s in it for Nonprofits?

Did you catch any of the fun and excitement that was Salesforce Lightning Developers’ Week last week? Well, fear not, the internets is full of great info for you, and I have a few quick thoughts, so here’s my: Lightning Fast Round Up on Salesforce Lightning for Nonprofits Q: What is Salesforce Lightning? A: Great […]

5 Change Management Tips for a Salesforce Implementation

Note: This is a special guest post by Bonnie Look. Having survived a Salesforce implementation at my organization, I’ve come to appreciate the art of change management.  Change management is the key to successful user adoption of any new implementation but often gets overlooked when designing a project plan. When you’re designing your project plan, […]

How Salesforce rocked the Lesbians Who Tech Summit

This past weekend (February 26 – March 1, 2015) I was in the company of 1,200 queer women and allies at the second Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco. It was awesome! Here’s a recap of Salesforce’s big role in the Summit: Keynote by Marc Benioff Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce, was interviewed by Kara Swisher, […]