In god we trust, everyone else bring data

This week, I went through the exercise of gathering some data on our clients for a Tractionforce 16 save-the-date email. This all started when Malpass suggested the idea that we share some interesting facts. Greg’s original placeholder numbers were; 175,000 users, 385,000 fields created and 2 billion rows of data impacted since last year’s Tractionforce event. I loved this idea and I asked the team, on Chatter, who could get me accurate numbers on these stats so that we could put them out to our community.

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Traction Guest’s New Experience Editor Will Change the Way You Look at Visitor Management Applications

The purpose of this blog post is to reveal the most pervasive and strongest underlying principle in the development of Traction Guest – the idea of You’re Here, Now What? Read on to learn more.

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The AppExchange Turns 10? Really?!

Most systems integrators or Salesforce partners like Traction probably look at the AppExchange turning ten as a significant milestone in the growth and prominence of the Salesforce ecosystem. Most likely they’re celebrating the sheer number of applications that have been developed and taken to market to enhance the capabilities of the platform.

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The Traction Community Raises Over $27,000 to Sponsor a Family of Syrian Refugees

This past holiday season saw the Traction Community tackle its largest ever fundraising effort. With hundreds of Syrian refugees currently resettling in BC (220 privately sponsored refugees in December), Traction wanted to do its part in helping a family start a new life in Canada. Partnering with the Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSofBC), Traction… Read more »

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What does the Salesforce Acquisition of SteelBrick mean for your organization?

The direct meaning of CPQ is Configure Price Quote. The way I typically explain CPQ to customers is; CPQ is the rules engine that allows you to apply your business logics to your service or product offering. The result is a simple way for sales to build and articulate their offering to prospects. If I go a bit deeper, CPQ does all the combining and bundling of products. Then, the application does any of the complex math and discounting required to come to a final price. Lastly, it compiles all into a presentable, printable, signable, mobile-friendly format that allows for easy communication of the offering and simple contracting. Add an E-signature solution like DocuSign and we have seen businesses cut two-to-three week long sales cycles into two-to-three hours.

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