Category: General

Are You Ready For CPQ?

Implementing a CPQ tool is a big undertaking that should never be taken lightly.  No matter how big or small the scope of the project, there will be challenges and decisions to be made. Entire books have been written about each of the following topics but what we want to try to do here is […]

FOODIES & (sales)FORCE: Lightning

Welcome back to Foodies and Force, Statera’s new ongoing podcast series that takes a look at different topics in the Salesforce ecosystem — and food! Todays topic: Lightning. What is the ROI, how can the responsive UX be a game changer and when should you make the jump (if you have not already)? And what […]

A Survival Guide for Deployment to Production: It is going to be Ok

It is upon you.  The moment that you have been working toward after many status calls, on-site workshops, hours of configuration and testing you have made it to the Deployment to Production.  What could go wrong right?  You have done everything within your power to ensure this deployments success.  You have tested, retested and have […]

Change Data Capture: Changing the Game

The new Salesforce feature Change Data Capture does not require a feature license and offers a low code resilient approach to keeping data in sync between two or more systems.   New in the Spring 19 release The new “Change Data Capture” was in preview mode on the previous Salesforce release, but is now an […]

FOODIES & (sales)FORCE: Change Management

Welcome back to the second episode of Foodies and Force, Statera’s new podcast series that takes a look at different topics in the Salesforce ecosystem — and food! Todays topic: Change Management. What is it, and when should you consider bringing it into your business? And gluten free doughnuts?? Debra Larsen talks with host Morgan […]

6 Steps To Become A Great Consultant

The consulting business has been a new endeavor for me, having only worked in-house roles at previous companies. When I started with Statera, I quickly learned that consulting was going to be much different than my previous roles. Thanks to some great colleagues and clients, here are a few things I’ve learned about how to […]

You Owe It To Your Clients: The Moral Philosophy of Excellent Deliverables

Before I became a consultant and learned the language, I did have a preconcept of “deliverables” in the form of the course syllabus. As a professor, I spent hours each semester writing my syllabi, which entailed scheduling the lectures and reading and writing assignments, as well as providing accumulated wisdom in the form of class […]

Five Questions with Statêra VP Lori Sanders

This week we were fortunate enough to sit down with Statêra VP, Lori Sanders, and ask her a couple of questions about the business.   1.       Lori, tell us a little bit about your role and background at Statêra. Of course! I have been with Statêra for 8 years. I’m responsible for the delivery organization […]