Elements Catalyst Ultimate launches today

Elements Catalyst Ultimate launches today
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PRESS RELEASE: San Francisco : 4-1-2019

We are excited to announce that Elements Catalyst Ultimate Edition is now available which can automatically document your Org by building process maps of your business operation and developing help articles for your users which are displayed inside Salesforce record pages.

Leveraging patented AI technology, conceived by the late Douglas Adams called IID, Elements Catalyst is able to take all the the user requirements and your Salesforce Org metadata to build the process diagrams by parsing the Process Builder Workflows, Flows and Record Types. It then combines them with the field metadata and Validation Rules to automatically generate help articles for fields for every custom and standard object, including managed packages.

“I am staggered by what they have developed” said Irma B. Leaver, VP Sales Op at Gullable which is a bitcoin exchange that is a launch customer. Senior Salesforce Admin, Olivia Newton-John at Gullable is a huge fan, “It is so fast, it is like greased Lightning”.

This technology can be used for any size Salesforce Org, but obviously the older the Org and less well documented it is, the more valuable the output.

Another launch customer is an UK based online financial comparison engine, ClusterF.co.uk that was launched in 1987. Their Org is over 22 years old and is best described as “mature”. Whilst not the largest Org that Elements syncs, it is probably the most complex. Elements Catalyst generated over 624 incomprehensible process diagrams and 4218 conflicting help articles.

Peter Leeward, COO of ClusterF.co.uk has been working with Elements Catalyst Ultimate as a beta customer and is very happy that the process maps and help articles accurately reflect the company operation.

“It is spooky. It is like Elements Catalyst is looking into the minds of our end users. I guess that is the power of AI and IID. It has managed to capture that the users simply spewed out random features and requests that they thought they might need and we implemented them as custom objects and automation. Amazing. I guess they were right, whoever said ‘Simplify comes before Automate – except in the dictionary’.”

At Elements we are inspired by a quote by Brian O’Driscoll, Captain of the Irish Rugby Team, “Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to use it in a fruit salad.”

IID (Infinite Improbability Drive) is patented technology and is not the property of Elements.cloud

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