Release management for Implementation Partners webinar

Matt Dickens on July 28th 2016


Join us on Thursday 1st September at 9am PST / 12pm EST / 5pm BST for our joint webinar with Vertiba, a top Salesforce implementation partner, to see how Gearset helps our partners deliver world-class release management.

Salesforce has lead the way in democratization of software development, empowering citizen developers everywhere to deliver business outcomes with little to no code. That said, there are some larger implementations that just aren’t economical or practical to run in-house. Thankfully, Salesforce implementation partners are wholly dedicated to delivering tailored solutions to the varied problems facing businesses today.

As an implementation partner, you’ve seen implementations of all shapes and sizes, each with their own unique circumstances. Your years of experience have helped you hone the skills and develop the heuristics you need to tackle any problem thrown at you, but there are still gaps in your toolkit. Exploring and understanding unfamiliar orgs, collaborating with client teams, building a fool-proof, repeatable process that caters to both seasoned developers and the less experienced alike are all big challenges - even marginal improvements in these areas can amplify your ability to deliver customer value and to leave a lasting legacy of success.

Hear Vertiba's experience using Gearset

Gearset can help augment and improve your existing processes, making you all the more effective in your next customer engagement. But don’t take our word for it - register for our webinar and hear how Vertiba, one of the top Salesforce implementation partners, has leveraged Gearset to help deliver even more value to their clients.

Once you've registered, you can find out more about Gearset by reading our whitepaper on release management, starting your 30-day free trial, and exploring the site using the links below.




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