With over 20+ years of combined salesforce experience, we are a complete one-stop shop for all your Salesforce needs. We our very active in the salesforce community, including being regulars at Salesforce Saturdays, annual Dreamforce attendees, and answering questions on forums whenever we can.
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Certified Advanced Administrator
The Salesforce Certified Advanced Administrator credential is designed for those who have advanced-level experience as a Salesforce Administrator. Candidates should possess broad knowledge of Salesforce applications, regularly configure and manage Salesforce, and continuously look for ways their companies can get even more from additional features and capabilities.
Here are some examples of the concepts you should understand to pass the exam:
- Leverage the advanced administration capabilities of Salesforce
- Optimize and extend Sales Cloud and Service Cloud applications
- Design advanced reports, dashboards, and business process automation
The Salesforce Certified Administrator credential is designed for those who have experience as a Salesforce Administrator. Candidates should possess broad knowledge of Salesforce applications, regularly configure and manage Salesforce, and continuously look for ways their companies can get even more from additional features and capabilities.
Certified Sales Cloud Consultant
The Salesforce Certified Sales Cloud Consultant credential is designed for those who have experience implementing Sales Cloud solutions in a customer-facing role. Candidates should be able to successfully design and implement Sales Cloud solutions that are maintainable and scalable, and contribute to long-term customer success.
Certified Force.com Developer
- Developer – The Force.com Developer Certification is a base-level accomplishment that shows you know how to use the declarative (point-and-click) tools on the platform. You may not know how to code, but you know when it’s required and when the declarative functionality is the best option.
- Advanced Developer – The Force.com Advanced Developer Certification shows you know how to do everything in code. You can create Apex triggers, custom Visualforce controllers, and integrate with external systems using APIs, migrate metadata and create unit tests. The Certified Developer credential is a pre-requisite for the Advanced Developer credential. Learn more
- Architect – The Technical Architect Certification means you can assess design secure, high-performance technical solutions on the Force.com platform. You can communicate technical solutions and design tradeoffs effectively to business stakeholders, and provide a delivery framework that ensures quality and success. Current status as a Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer is a prerequisite for Technical Architect Certification.
- CRM / ERP
- MS Dynamics
- Constant Contact
- Google Analytics
- MS Outlook & MS Office
- Telephony (DialSource, PowerDialer, Click-to-Call, etc)
- Project Management (Viewpath, Basecamp, etc)
- Data Integrity (DupeCatcher, DataTrim, DupeBlocker, Entry Check, etc)
- Adobe Echosign
Our development team has had many years of customizing the Salesforce platform using Visualforce ( for UI development ) and are happy to use your talents to bring your ideas to life.
Visualforce is the component-based user interface framework for the Force.com platform. The framework includes a tag-based markup language, similar to HTML. Each Visualforce tag corresponds to a coarse or fine-grained user interface component, such as a section of a page, or a field. Visualforce boasts about 100 built-in components, and a mechanism whereby developers can create their own components.
With over 20 years combined experience, Charlie Sanders and Robert Talamantez ( the development team ) bring to Champagne Solutions advanced knowledge and expertise of the APEX programming language.
When you are in need of advanced custom solutions or custom plugins, APEX is the tool that will deliver the goods.
As a long time user of SQL, Charlie Sanders and Robert Talamantez ( the development team ) are extremely familiar with SOQL, or the Salesforce Object Query Language. Read more below on how SOQL details.
A SOQL query is the equivalent of a SELECT SQL statement and searches the org database. SOSL is a programmatic way of performing a text-based search against the search index.
Whether you use SOQL or SOSL depends on whether you know which objects or fields you want to search, plus other considerations.
Use SOQL when you know which objects the data resides in, and you want to:
- Retrieve data from a single object or from multiple objects that are related to one another.
- Count the number of records that meet specified criteria.
- Sort results as part of the query.
- Retrieve data from number, date, or checkbox fields.
- Retrieve data for a specific term that you know exists within a field. Because SOSL can tokenize multiple terms within a field and build a search index from this, SOSL searches are faster and can return more relevant results.
- Retrieve multiple objects and fields efficiently where the objects might or might not be related to one another.
- Retrieve data for a particular division in an organization using the divisions feature.
- Retrieve data that’s in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Thai. Morphological tokenization for CJKT terms helps ensure accurate results.