Driving Salesforce ROI

Accelerate time to value

The power of Salesforce is the ability to drive change at the speed of business. However, as the complexity and scale of the implementation increase, it is challenging to maintain the levels of agility that the business demands.
Any change – no matter how small – can significantly impact systems downtime, company reputation, and regulatory compliance. Elements.cloud gives you back control.

Tangible results

Get the results you deserve

We help you get back the agility that makes Salesforce such a powerful platform. But we also help you reduce the ongoing costs by reducing the rework and wasted effort caused by your teams building the wrong thing.

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Agility

Make changes at pace with confidence that estimates are realistic and change can be delivered without the risk of downtime.

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Rework

Any rework delays benefits and erodes the trust of the business users. Craftsman “measure twice, cut once” Planning and analysis saves time and drives up adoption.

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Wasted effort

The research shows that too often build starts before the requirements are fully understood. Building the wrong wastes time, money and worst of all, opportunity.

Regaining the Salesforce advantage

Salesforce agility and ROI lost

The complexity of implementations, the levels of technical debt, and the lack of documentation ultimately blunt Salesforce. It could be a powerful competitive weapon but only if it enables the agility the business demands.

Whilst this is a common problem, it does not need to be status quo. Powerful analysis, supported by AI, can help unravel the knots and give you back the agility that business craves.

Right first time, every time

Rework to get user adoption

Every hour spent reworking apps that don’t inspire users and drive productivity is wasted. This waste could have been eliminated with better business analysis. 

But rework also saps the morale of business users and erodes their confidence in Salesforce and the teams that maintain it. The earlier issues are identified the cheaper they are to resolve – “Shift Left”.

Every hour in planning saves 100 in delivery

Wasted effort building the wrong thing

Worse than rework, that can be seen, is the wasted effort building new functionality that is never used or adopted. This goes unseen and unmeasured. But it is still effort that could have been directed at value -added work. 

Elements helps you focus on what should be developed and what business users really need to increase their productivity.