CHEWONKI ARE IN THEIR ELEMENT
Reducing the Salesforce Administrator detective work which often feels like such a waste of time
Chewonki founded in 1915
“Chewonki inspires transformative growth, teaches appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenges people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives.”
Camp Chewonki for boys (originally Split Rock Camp) was founded in 1915 on the western shores of Lake Champlain by a young educator named Clarence Allen. In 1918 he moved his operation to Wiscasset, Maine, to the southern half of Chewonki Neck, a 400-acre peninsula on Montsweag Bay. In 1962 a group of loyal camp alumni formed a nonprofit corporation called the Chewonki Foundation.
From this location, Chewonki now offers a range of programs – semester school, elementary school and summer camps. It also offers guided wilderness trips for bother teens and adults.
I’m blown away with how much more efficient things can be in Setup. It’s as if Salesforce Setup got a huge upgrade.
TIM BLAIR, NON PROFIT TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIST
Salesforce Administrator Detective
I was introduced to Catalyst last year, and a few months ago started using it primarily for doing analysis and cleaning up our org. Immediately we realized how helpful a tool it is in reducing the “Salesforce Administrator Detective Work” which often feels like such a waste of time. No more hunting around hoping to find the connections between field updates, Process Builders, and Reports.
And now using the Chrome extension, I’m blown away with how much more efficient things can be in Setup. It’s as if Salesforce Setup got a huge upgrade.
Additionally, in the past, documentation and sharing information about little changes we make has been difficult to manage (why did we add this field? / what is it really used for?), and now all those notes and comments can get dropped right into Elements.
The daily emails have also been useful, reminding me of what activity has taken place, keeping an eye on managed package updates, and notifying me of what colleagues are working on too. It’s shone a light on activity in Salesforce that is usually hidden away and not that easy to see.
Lastly, I appreciate the online support and quick response time. I’ve had to reach out a couple of times over the past month and each time got a rapid, friendly, and helpful reply. They’re doing a great job.
OTHER CUSTOMERS IN THEIR ELEMENT