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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Hi, we need a certified developer or advanced developer. The certification must be up to date. we will pay $30 upfront for validation of certification and immediately assign a new job. The budget for the job will be detailed later, after scope is given. But $30 is just for having the certification.
Skills: Salesforce Apex
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Hi, we have a dataloader integration with a SQL solution. We need to fix the connection as the password has changed so the encrypted key and everything needs to be setup again. For now this is the initial simple job, we will then continue with some other jobs over the same project. Thanks!
Skills: Salesforce Apex
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I would like to discuss Apex programming and learn about Apex classes, triggers, integration (SOAP, REST, SSO, OAuth), and its respective best practices. I don't care for certifications; but, it's important that candidate has fluency in SF, particularly in custom code, speak conversational English, and has patience to teach.
Skills: Salesforce Apex REST Salesforce App Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Objective 1. Create order records on Salesforce based orders from Lazada Requirements 1. At 2pm every day, a GetOrders API Call is made. 2. These will take in all orders with the CreatedAt timestamp to be 1.45pm SGT from the previous day to 1.45pm SGT on the current day. Please refer to the attached file for the field mapping.
Skills: Salesforce Apex
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $120 - Posted
Job requires to write an Apex integration to work around the following bug: Attached is a picture of what we want to do but cannot due to the Salesforce bug. The goal is to be able to call Flows from Process Builder using Apex and to pass through variables that are defined in a flow. Essentially a workaround for Process Builder and it's ability to call Flows. Resources: Successful completion of this task will lead to more work as we are starting our Salesforce integration.
Skills: Salesforce Apex
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $400 - Posted
This is to give you a general idea of what we would like the process to look like in Salesforce, if you have any input we are open to suggestions. The first item below is already completed in salesforce. 1. The Lead- The phone rings, it is a customer calling our office wanting our services. Our secretary answers the call and creates a new lead in Salesforce. She fills out the fields in the form and creates the lead and assigns it to a salesperson. She also creates an "event" on the salesperson's calander. The event is for the salesperson to physically examine the customer's problem and determine if we have a solution for them. 1. If we don't have a solution, the lead dies or becomes an "inactive lead" 2. If we have a solution, the lead is converted to an "account" and an "opportunity" is also created. The default starting status of the opportunity is "awaiting proposal". 2. For now, we will email the customer a proposal outside of salesforce via Outlook, once the proposal is emailed, we manually will change the status of the opportunity to "proposal sent". We now will wait for the customer to accept or decline the proposal. 1. If they decline the proposal, the opportunity dies. Can the opportunity be made "inactive"? 2. If they accept the proposal, the customer will call our office and give half payment deposit to our secretary (payment is taken with quickbooks, but eventually we would like to do it with salesforce). When deposit is received, we also will schedule an "event" with our installation team to complete the job. The status of the opportunity is changed to "job scheduled". 3. The deposit has been received and the job is scheduled on the installation calendar and assigned to our installer. The installer will go to perform the job on the day it is scheduled, utilizing the notes, pictures, etc. found in salesforce that were placed there by the salesperson. 1. If the scheduled job is completed with no changes, the installer will change the status from "job scheduled" to "job completed". 2. If there are changes, the installer will change "job completed" to "job completed with changes" or if the job was not completed they will change it to "incomplete installation" or "incomplete job" 4. Completed Job- Once the job is completed, the secretary will see this in Salesforce and call the customer to collect the remaining money that is owed (initially, when we scheduled, we only collected a deposit). If we receive full payment from the customer, "completed job" status will be changed to "Paid in Full" Other things we also want from Salesforce [ ] Can we have all the event calendars properly sink with outlook? [ ] Able to easily have installation crew access jobs and input notes, mark them complete, etc. through Salesforce1 using a account. [ ] Flow to be clean, neat and easy for everyone to use. [ ] We need to add an address field to the opportunity, we would like the address from the lead convert over to an available address field inside the opportunity. This address can also be copied over to the address [ ] During lead creation, Salesforce needs to check to see if there is an "account" with the same information. A feature to check for duplicates. [ ] We want our technicians who do the work be able to complete fields/questions within the job, such as "Were there any changes to the work order?" etc.
Skills: Salesforce Apex Salesforce App Development