Salesforce CRM Application Development and Customization
According to Gartner, more than 60 percent of large sales organizations deploying Salesforce CRM would find their costs double within three years, due to customization and integration costs. Another bad thing is that additional IT resources require understanding the Apex language and SFDC API, which handles more than 50 percent of salesforce.com’s 4+ billion service transactions.
Altoros can help accelerate time to market and improve return on investment (ROI) for technology-driven organizations that develop software products standardizing on Salesforce CRM and the AppExchange platform. During the last three years, our experts addressed the limitations of salesforce.com API by developing migration and integration tools around SFDC. A proven, phased, and carefully documented Altoros’s approach helped ISVs and SaaS providers implement high- and low-level design, development, testing, and user support, eliminating delayed product releases and associated risks.
What are the benefits to your company?
- Extensive experience in Salesforce CRM application development, data integration, customization, and porting (Altoros is the founder of Apatar, popular open source data integration project that links data between Salesforce CRM and third-party apps.)
- Object-oriented architectures, high degree of language interoperability, reliance on open standards such as XML/SOAP, and deep knowledge of salesforce.com API, Apex, and Custom Object standards
- Lower costs of software development by using software developers who reside in Eastern Europe
- A proven, phased, scalable, and carefully documented salesforce.com enablement approach to eliminate delayed product releases, avoid additional costs, and reduce market and technology risks
- Flexibility in the size of the development team
- Ability to target more aggressive deadlines
- Unique performance assessment system that allows motivating team members for constant improvement, tracking their individual progress, and preventing them from spending billable hours ineffectively.