Center of Excellence Round Tables
REGISTER FOR 27th APRIL COE ROUNDTABLE
As Salesforce is more strategic it is owned by the CIO.
How do they think a Salesforce Center of Excellence benefits them in the broader IT landscape.
Apr 2021 Round Table
The business bought Salesforce.
The consultants implemented it.
91% with a CoE get the best ROI.
Feb 2021 Round Table
Heads of CoE and consultants debate the key aspects of a CoE
DF2020 Round Table
Elements.cloud is one of the key tools that underpins the Center of Excellence. Here is how:
- Methodology: The implementation lifecycle can be clearly documented, clearly understood and easily accessible as a process map. Mapping the methodology will streamline it, driving out waste, eliminating bottlenecks and breaking down organizational silos
- Standards: Attaching documented standards to the related steps in the methodology ensures they can be consistently applied
- Governance: Project risks are reduced in 3 areas; a consistently applied methodology, better business analysis of the changes required, and technology impact analysis.
- Change control: Managing the business requirements, metadata and associated documentation
- Metadata management: Control of the Salesforce metadata and integrated apps across the deployment pipeline
- Architecture: ERDs can be drawn as process maps connected to metadata items and technical specifications
- Change management: Process maps are used as training materials with attached documentation. In-app popup help is inside Salesforce with rating and tracking. Feedback can be captured from end users “in the moment” inside Salesforce. Training records are created when user sign-off compliant processes.
Accelerating the implementation lifecycle
Accelerating the implementation lifecycle is critical to increasing ROI
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