by Paul.Tunison | Nov 27, 2017 | Salesforce Events, Salesforce General
I am excited to announce that Salesforce.com approved our application to create and organize a sanctioned Salesforce User Group in Modesto,California.
Why Modesto you might ask? We are centrally located in the middle of California. Cities like Lodi, Stockton, Tracy, Modesto, Merced and the surrounding areas need to have a place to go to learn and grow on the Salesforce Platform. The goal is to become the nucleolus of our area to support individuals and organizations wanting to leverage it.
Having traveled this great country I have attended countless Salesforce User group meetings and events, my hope is that I bring a little bit of each of those events to every one of our meetings. I know it will be slow going out here, but I am up to the challenge.
by Paul.Tunison | Mar 8, 2016 | Salesforce General
I have debated on blogging about the general idea that just because someone has a certification it doesn’t validate their skill. Controversial I know, especially to my friends at Salesforce. (more…)
by Paul.Tunison | Mar 6, 2016 | Salesforce General
Over 2 years ago I committed to moving 450miles away from the comfort of my home, for the experience of something new and exciting. (more…)
by Paul.Tunison | Jan 28, 2016 | Salesforce General
Salesforce Grand slam – No Doubt About it
I think most people can agree that we Salesforce Fans are always excited for each new release that the wizards in San Francisco dream up. (more…)
by Paul.Tunison | Jan 4, 2016 | Salesforce General
In 2006, I was contemplating continuing on the path using Filemaker for my real estate business United Pacific Assets or ditching it and going to the “Cloud”. Late 2006 or early 2007 I signed up as a customer with Salesforce. (more…)
by Paul.Tunison | Oct 28, 2015 | Salesforce General
A recent post on Salesforce.com/blog entitled “A Post About Millennials in the Workplace, By a Millennial in the Workplace“, got me thinking a bit more deeply about a multi-generational office. In 2007 I started by first business, one of the most difficult responsibilities was hiring the right people. After copious experience with hiring the wrong people and communicating poorly I realized how important it is to have a great culture in the office.