File Size: 8986 KB
Print Length: 143 pages
Publisher: Brainiate (May 22, 2015)
Publication Date: May 22, 2015
Sold by: Digital Services LLC
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As a frequent user of Salesforce.com for several years, a book like this would have been so helpful to have 5 years ago! David does a great job explaining the relationship between the lead, contact and account objects in Salesforce, which even helps as a refresher for experienced users too. I would highly recommend this book to anyone just getting started ... Salesforce is an amazing tool and can sometimes be overwhelming but David Giller really breaks it down into understandable pieces. I hope he releases more books like this - Salesforce has so much to offer and his expertise is clear!
I am an experienced admin. However, after going through this book I can honestly say that if it was around when I was starting out it would have helped immensely! The layout of the book makes it easy to read. I also like the way it covers the main objects but also answers some "big" common questions that I know I asked when I was starting to work with Saleforce.com! One last point because the book is so new its nice to see screenshots that up to date too; for the new admin I'm sure it makes it easier! Well done!
A long time user of Salesforce, I am consistently frustrated by the lack of direction offered by the company in using their solution. Existing books either do not provide enough information, or are overly complex – either way, not helpful. Mr. Giller starts with the ABCs of Salesforce and allows you to grow at a reasonable pace with the ultimate goal of developing best practices and maximize usage on the powerful resources Salesforce can provide (finally!). I look forward to more books in the series, and offer Mr. Giller kudos on a job well done.
An awesome deep dive into the Standard Salesforce objects of Leads, Contacts, and Accounts describing the relationships among these objects. If you are a beginner, I would definitely recommend this book, as it simplifies and translates the Salesforce language into something that we would be able to understand :). The instructions illustrated in this book will enable someone who is brand new to Salesforce to be able to navigate and perform tasks as an admin very quickly.
Great book for Salesforce beginners!Thanks David for taking the time to write it and share it with others.I always tell new users and admins that it's highly important to understand the Salesforce data model basics and you've done this in a very friendly way.Well done and I'm looking forward for book #2, #3 etc...
Could be slightly useful to someone who has never at all touched salesforce, but salesforce is generally pretty intuitive and most common users don't need any training, and even if you do, salesforce offers similar support online for free so you don't have to spend money on a book like this.
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