by Todd Cope, CEO
Connecting companies to qualified, affordable, onshore tech talent
Director of Marketing and Communications | CentralApp
by Todd Cope, CEO
From Hospitality to Tech, How CentralApp Helped One Man Make a Career Change in a Pandemic
Dan Burns spent much of his adult life in the hospitality...
From a Company With a Workforce That's 100% Remote
The way we work is changing — fast. More people are working remotely at least part of the time. And, for many, the idea of a virtual workplace lies in uncharted territory.
How Our Team Used Data Science to Fight Back Against the Opioid Epidemic
In January of 2017, a group of small communities nestled in the winding hills of the Ohio River Valley decided they’d had enough.
6 Tips to Improve Data Quality, Standardize
and Validate in Your Salesforce Org
Data is the cornerstone of building your business. It drives sales and marketing and guides product development. It can help you predict what may be in store for your business and your customers next week, next quarter, or next year. Without it, it’s nearly impossible to grow — or even maintain the status quo.
The problem is, turning all that data into something usable isn’t always easy. Most companies have datasets that are fragmented, duplicative, and, quite frankly, a mess.
You have Salesforce, so you know the potential to make better use of your data is there... but you’re not quite sure where to begin.
We get that. And we can help! Here are six easy tips to put your data to work for your business.
How to Clean Up Your Salesforce Data in 6 Steps
- Establish a Data Management Team
- Use Reports and Dashboards to Identify the Problems
- Create Duplicate-Catching Rules
- Develop a Data-Hygiene Schedule and Maintenance Plan
- Control Data Capture and Input
- Put Your Data to Use - Using your data regularly helps keep it clean!
How to prepare for the Salesforce CPQ Quote-to-Cash Process Certification Exam
Anyone with experience taking Salesforce certification exams knows that it is not a simple undertaking. To earn these in-demand — and well-respected — credentials, professionals must study hard and learn Salesforce's tools inside and out.
Deadline to apply for free training program is August 15.
This past spring, a tech startup called CentralApp issued a challenge to people throughout the Appalachian region: earn your Salesforce Administrator certification in 100 days or less, and we’ll pay for it.