Perhaps the most important aspect of fully utilizing IBM’s ILMT (or Big Fix Inventory) tool is to be able to accurately create bundling relationships. For those that are unfamiliar, bundling is the process where users confirm the specific IBM Product that each discovered software instance relates to. In a generic sense, each confirmed bundling creates […]Continue reading.
I remember first hearing about RESTful API design at a Gartner Application Architecture, Design & Integration Summit back in 2008. I recall thinking how practical the idea was, leveraging GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, and DELETE to communicate with an API server. It wasn’t until a couple years later that I started seeing RESTful APIs at […]Continue reading.
Over the past few years, Salesforce… has implemented a customer portal to give external users a branded experience with interactions to your Salesforce org and data. Since then, the releases have implemented new changes to the Community Cloud while Salesforce has also made this available to Lightning and Classic users. You may be asking yourself […]Continue reading.
Salesforce’s standard Lead Conversion leaves a lot to be desired, unfortunately. For example, the standard conversion process does not create an association between a Contact and an Account unless you are: 1. Creating a new Account and new Contact; 2. Creating a new Contact to associate to an existing Account; or, 3. Creating a new […]Continue reading.
Salesforce has recently published a news release that is relevant to all users of middleware solutions. To uphold the best practices in Security, Salesforce has decided to rotate some certificates out during January and February 2018. Google Chrome no longer supports Symantec-issued HTTPS certifications and is now going to use DigiCert-issued certificates instead. This could […]Continue reading.
The electronic age has certainly made life simpler. Even before we found the need to be connected, electronic devices have become a supplement to our daily lives. The simple word processor and spreadsheet on the way-overpriced home computers helped make communication easier to read and reduced errors with pencil and paper computations. With our connected […]Continue reading.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb recently recognized CleanSlate as one of Indiana’s fastest growing technology companies, and a key player in helping to expand our state’s economy through new job creation. The recognition came as Governor Holcomb unveiled his 2018 Next Level Agenda, a plan that emphasizes the role of high-demand, high-wage sectors like technology in strengthening […]Continue reading.
Two of our account executives, Ben Thomas and Brandon Montgomery, recently attended Software and Solutions Top Gun training from IBM. The course is nearly five full days of intense IBM software sales training covering lots of different topics, including sales strategies, adding business value, and IBM software portfolio capabilities. The goal of Software and Solutions […]Continue reading.
What 20th-century invention goes best with beer and pizza? If you answered “robotics,” you’re right! (We also would have accepted “Buffalo wings.”) Kidding aside, the CleanSlate team recently joined other technology firms around the Indianapolis area for a program called BeerBots. This event is a joint effort hosted by TechPoint Foundation for Youth and Sun […]Continue reading.
Each year, Salesforce comes out with three different releases during the spring, summer, and winter. Their releases typically address customer issues, how to create more momentum for the platform, and any bugs from previous versions. The Winter ’18 release is focused on three main categories: AI (Artificial Intelligence), decreasing click rates, and improvements to the […]Continue reading.