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Which states have the most U.S. Olympians? How do their ages vary by sport? Dive into the answers with a fun data visualization.
We answer some basic questions about what Salesforce does, what Salesforce CRM software is used for, and how Salesforce works.
Learn the keys to Slack etiquette and productivity to speed up your work, keep teams connected, and have some fun along the way.
This is how companies are reimagining a new world of work, where the simplistic binary of home and office is obsolete.
Members of our Trailblazer community revealed email blunders that they’ve made over the years and what they learned from them.
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Sales Cloud 360 and Slack open up new ways to sell, helping your sales team to sell faster: driving growth now, and in the future.
We asked nearly 30 speakers from the Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ tech community — founders, CEOs, executives, authors, activists, musicians, and more — about what it means to drive racial equality. This is what they shared.
Ready for a headless deployment? Not so fast. Make sure you do these things first.
Learn how pressure on the global supply chain is affecting retailers, plus four other data-driven predictions on how the holiday shopping season is about to be transformed.
Now that consumers are accustomed to the ease of ordering groceries, conducting financial transactions, and even receiving medical evaluations online, they want government to provide a similar level of services.
To make the sale, your prospect has to see that the value outweighs the risk. Here are the most common customer objections – and the most common solutions – to help sales teams in any field.
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As a swimmer, Christine Magnuson won two silver medals for Team USA at the 2008 Olympic Games. As a Salesforce employee, she’s helping customers win with a new way to work.
U.S. gold medalist David Blair explains the mindset it takes to compete with a disability – and how anyone can apply it to their career.