• Bangalore - 560076
  • 8904740434
  • learn@techieventures.in

Salesforce training institute in bangalore

Description

Demand in India for Salesforce CRM and Force.com experts continues to grow rapidly. A CRM training course and certification equips you with cloud computing expertise so you can take full advantage of SalesforceCRM's capabilities to customise, integrate, code, and design.

Salesforce.com is the primary enterprise offering within the Salesforce1 Platform, and provides companies with an interface for case management and task management, and a system for automatically routing and escalating important events.

Force.com is a platform as a service (PaaS) that allows developers to create multitenant add-on applications that integrate into the main Salesforce.com application. Force.com applications are hosted on Salesforce.com's infrastructure.

Duration

Duration: 1 Month

Career Option
  • Salesforce System Administrator
  • Salesforce Developer
  • Salesforce Technical (Solution) Architect
Opportunities

Salesforce is the market leader in CRM solution in astonishingly short period of time. 1.7 billion transactions happen in a single day on the salesforce platform.

Just 1.5 million developers.Just 50,000 Salesforce.com certified professionals and demand for more is increasing in an alarming rate.

2000 AppExchange partners and 2 million AppExchange installs. Salesforce is projected to become 4th largest software company in the world by 2016.

Major Company Using Salesforce
  • Accenture
  • Wipro
  • Infosys
  • ANZ
Course Content
Salesforce.com Administrator Training
1. Introduction to Cloud
2. What is Cloud Computing?
3. Deployment Models of Cloud - Public, Private, Community and Hybrid
4. Service Models - IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
5. Salesforce <> Cloud Computing?
Salesforce - CRM
Salesforce CRM
Salesforce Applications(Marketing, Sales, Services) Overview
Platform Overview
Basic Elements Overview(Apps, Tabs, Links Component) SFDC Building Blocks Overview(Objects, Page Layouts, Related List, Fields, Buttons, etc)
Workflow and Validation rules overview
Get Started with Salesforce
Account creation(Login ID and Password)
Personal Customization(Password Reset, Login Access, set Organization's language, locale, currency )
Organization Administration
System Organization
Roles
Profiles
User Setup
Login History
Queues
Groups
Showcase a Sample Custom Application
Basic Application Design
Create Custom Objects and Fields
Setup Workflow tasks and alerts
Workflow Approvals
Plan Approvals using workflow
Approval Wizard - Standard and Jump Start wizard
Data Validation
Salesforce CRM Data Validation
Create Data Validation Rules
Custom fields and Unique Properties of Data Validation
Advanced System Administration(Security Controls)
OWD
Sharing Settings
Password Policies
Audit Trial
Communication Templates
Data Loader
Mass Update/Transfer Records
Storage Usage
Sandbox - Types and features
Relationships
Master-Detail Relationship
Lookup Relationship
One-to-many
Many-to-one
Many-to-many
Rollup Summary
AppExchange
Marketing Administration
Reports
Tabular Reports
Summary Reports
Matrix Reports
Joined Reports
Dashboard
Chart
Gauge
Metric
Table
Apex Development Basics
Apex Classes
Apex Triggers
VF pages

Salesforce.com Developer Training
Cloud System
IT management simplification
Operation and maintenance cost reduction
business mode innovation
Low cost outsourcing hosting
High service quality outsourcing hosting.
Cloud Computing Architecture
Front End
Back End
Cloud Deployment Techniques

Dreamforce
Application Development
Advanced Configuration
Application Elements(Tabs, App, Links, Home Page Components
Salesforce Building Blocks and Configuration
Objects
Page Layouts
Related Lists
Fields
Buttons
Formula Fields
Relationship Fields:
a. Lookup Relationship
b. Master Detail Relationship
Cross Object Reference
Workflows Actions - Email, Tasks, Outbonds.
Approval Processes
Time Dependent Workflows
Personal Customization
Password Reset
Security Token Login Access
Calendar
Sharing
Introduction to Apex
Apex Classes
Access Modifiers and Opps Concept
Datatypes in Salesforce.com
Primitive
sObjetcs
Collections
Visualforce - Create your own Page
Standard Controllers
List Controllers
Extension Controllers
Custom Controllers
SOQL and SOSL
How to write SOQL queries
Joins
Developer's tools:
Force.com IDE
Workbench
Setup Menu
Developer Console
Batch Apex
Writing Apex Classes as Web Services
Triggers
Types of Triggers
Trigger Events
Trigger Context variables
Recursive Triggers
Debug Logs:
Database changes
HTTP callouts
Apex Errors
Resources used by Apex
Automated workflow processes
Force.com migration tools
Changesets
Real time scenarios discussion
Project Explanation
Resume Preparation