How to Use Javascript in Salesforce

Many business operators do not know how to use JavaScript in Salesforce. This can lead to poor management of customer needs and eventually,  stagnant business growth.

If you are business manager, it is essential you have some sort of knowledge on the topic. The following outlines the best, most useful ways to use JavaScript in Salesforce.

Add functionality to the spreadsheets

Adding JavaScript to your spreadsheets enables your business to have a much higher level of accuracy for customer relation management (CRM) as well as for internal need. Good CRM maintains your clients for the long run.

Customize web-based business software

Through JavaScript, a company can customize its web-based software to attract more customers and enhance customer support.

Automate Windows applications

JavaScript enables a company to install automatic window application. This enhances the business operations such as  synchronized sales and marketing strategy.

Enhance your desktop

Use of JavaScript is the best way to enhance the desktop application, customizing it to your business.

Tailor the browsing experience

Increase the tailored browsing experience when handling the company’s interactions with customers – both now and in the future.

Build database reports

Javascript enables a company to build customers reports that can be used as a measure to improve the performance of their business.

Visualize your data

Through JavaScript, the company can visualize its data and make quick relevant changes , much more easily, whenever possible.

The use of JavaScript in Salesforce will enable your business to see performance, manage customers, utilize web-based business software, analyze data and prepare business reports. By following the tips above,  Javascript will enable you to have a higher competitive advantage compared to other businesses in the same market.

 

Amanda McDonald
Amanda is the Lead Author & Editor of Rainforce Blog. Amanda established the Rainforce blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to Salesforce usage.
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