Recap: T Digital’s 2023 Charity Standup

2023-03-20T19:18:05-05:00March 20th, 2023|Automation, Case Study, In the Know, Salesforce Events, Tech Talks|

In 3 days, over 400 volunteers donated over 5,000 hours of time for It’s Going To Be OK. If you missed our weekend of giving back, here are some highlights. Friday night started off strong with an exceptional kickoff dinner provided by Credit Union of Texas and the Mayor

Best Practices for Salesforce Automation

2023-01-30T12:00:28-06:00January 10th, 2023|Automation, Best Practices, In the Know, Salesforce Automation, Tech Talks|

As global economies adapt to a rapidly changing environment in a cloud computing world , CEOs and business leaders should be asking themselves, “how can we accelerate digital transformation for growth with faster and more efficient systems?” The answer lies in the implementation of Salesforce automation strategies. It is one

Cloud Computing: Why it’s the Backbone to Growing Business in 2023

2023-01-30T12:00:51-06:00January 5th, 2023|Best Practices, Big Data, In the Know, Tech Talks|

The term Cloud Computing is a buzz word that pops up in virtually every industry but not everyone can speak to the nuances that are encased in cloud computing. That’s where Tech Talks comes in. In this article, we will do a cliff notes version of the history of cloud

Productivity for the Modern Workplace

2023-01-30T12:01:25-06:00November 16th, 2022|Automation, Best Practices, In the Know, Tech Talks|

In January of 2020, almost 3 years ago, rumors seeped across media that there was a new virus, the Corona Virus and it was going to severely impact humans. The virus took its course, and now we are starting to gather again, attend conferences, and go back to work. As

In the Know: The Technical Reason why Salesforce is buying Steelbrick instead of Apttus

2021-06-02T13:00:39-05:00December 23rd, 2015|In the Know|

Most implementers of Salesforce based CPQ products think that the answer lies in the technical synergy between Salesforce and Steelbrick. That is to say that technically Steelbrick integrates into the Salesforce platform much easier (and much more naturally) than does Apttus.

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