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Advanced Lead and Case Assignment Rules with Free BREeze

As all administrators know, Salesforce comes with out of the box assignment functionality for Leads and Cases. It's a great feature for those objects, but it's one that hasn't been updated in many years and sometimes you need something more robust or sophisticated to manage your Lead and Case assignments…

BREeze 4.0 – Smart Processing and Other New Features

It's hard to believe it's been nearly four years since we rolled out our first version of BREeze. Early on when we first launched BREeze the vision was mostly around expanding the standard assignment rules, but instead of being restrained to just being able to assign Owners on Leads and…

Announcing BREeze 3.0

We’re very excited to announce our latest release of BREeze – BREeze 3.0. When we launched BREeze over two years ago, the vision was to provide a Salesforce rules engine platform that could assign any field on any object at any time. Our original vision was to simply extend the…

Consolidate Salesforce Workflows into a Rules Set

If you're a power administrator of salesforce, you're probably already close to hitting your workflow limits on an object - or maybe even already hit it and been getting creative trying to get around these limits. One of the things we've found is that customers with lots of workflows typically…

Assignment Rules for Custom Objects

Salesforce's ability to easily add new custom objects is one of its strongest features. For the most part, the custom object has all of the functionality you have on standard objects - in some cases even more - such as Workflow, Custom Fields, Reporting, etc. Unfortunately one feature that is…

Overview of salesforce’s Process Builder

Process Builder is one of the most exciting new administrator tools that salesforce has released in years. As many of you know, Process Builder was released in beta for Winter 15 and will soon be generally available in Spring 15. As we'll detail below, Process Builder really expands what an…

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