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Posts published in “Salesforce Tutorial – An Ultimate Guide for the Beginners”
- What is Salesforce?
- So, how did it all begin?
- A Quick Introduction to Cloud computing
- How is Salesforce different from Traditional IT?
- Brief History & Evolution of Salesforce
- Why Salesforce?
- Salesforce Highlights
- Salesforce.com offerings
- Sales Cloud
- Marketing Cloud
- Service Cloud
- Community Cloud
- Analytics Cloud
- Salesforce App Cloud
- Salesforce Architecture
- Trusted multi tenant cloud
- Scalable metadata platform
- Enterprise ecosystem
- CRM and related functionality
- Salesforce Features
- How are Companies using Salesforce?
- How to access Salesforce?
- What is APEX?
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