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Anatomy of a successful Salesforce project: Enhabit

Anatomy of a successful Salesforce project: Enhabit

The competence and demeanor of our Bigger Boat team were absolutely critical to the project. They would really listen. The were never disagreeable but could tell us what would and would not work. Their process provided structure while being flexible to our changing needs. Mid-way…

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Top Qualities of a Great Client-Side Project Lead

Top Qualities of a Great Client-Side Project Lead

The foundation of a successful Salesforce implementation project is a great project team, and key to that project team is a great client-side project lead. That’s not us, and it’s not necessarily the client’s internal Salesforce administrator, either! (Though it can be the same person. We’ve…

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And Now We Test!

And Now We Test!

Whether or not you consider testing to be exciting (“HEY EVERYONE! COME SEE WHAT I BROKE!!!!!”) or dulling to the senses, it is utterly necessary. And when we are talking specifically about User Acceptance Testing (UAT) done by our clients, it always improves the overall…

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Our Process: Standup

Our Process: Standup

Note: This is the first post in an occasional series about our internal processes and how they help our work. One key aspect of our agile process is our morning standup. It happens every morning at the same time in the same place. It is…

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Our Agile Approach: No Surprises

Our Agile Approach: No Surprises

At some point during a project kick-off meeting, I usually explain what we don’t do at Bigger Boat Consulting. I’ll say something to the effect of “We don’t gather a bunch of requirements, scurry away and disappear for 3 months, and then come back to…

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