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Multiple Salesforce integrations with APIs can slow the network

Calculating the Cost of Salesforce Integrations
October 11, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Salesforce is an integral part of many companies’ sales organizations It’s a SaaS application that’s billed per head, but the selling point for businesses  is the time savings that sales reps can achieve with the organization and optimization of account data. Alas, in a world of app integrations, time savings is not guaranteed, and a
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AppNeta performs usage analysis

Even the CMO Can Troubleshoot: The Day Salesforce Went Down
August 7, 2017 by

Performance Monitoring, Product News

One morning last week, I came into the office to find that the folks in our Boston office couldn’t consistently access Salesforce.com. But of course I already knew this. I had gotten an alert from AppNeta Performance Manager that the app wasn’t functioning correctly, so I could quickly troubleshoot the issue. As Chief Marketing Officer
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Better Salesforce Performance, Better Business Success
October 13, 2016 by

Industry Insights

Salesforce uptime and performance have driven plenty of business success. What today’s users like about Salesforce is that it has a lot of customization capabilities and can integrate with other popular, business-critical apps. It’s possible for a company to connect Salesforce with any number of other tools, including email and marketing automation, financial systems and
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IT troubleshooting needed for this remote worker

Top 5 Salesforce Performance Problems
July 9, 2016 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Salesforce is a heavyweight in the SaaS market, and Salesforce problems can affect thousands of users. Salesforce has an online status dashboard that many users leverage to monitor the application and determine whether it’s working properly and performing to expectations. However, trust.salesforce.com is really just an internal dashboard Salesforce set up so you can check
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