Nobody would start a home building project without understanding the goals and objectives of the homeowner. Is this house for a growing family, a couple preparing for retirement, or a single person who wants a small home with a large yard for the dog (Rover likes to chase squirrels)?
There are always constraints to consider as well, such as budget, local zoning rules, HOA’s, disagreement on the prioritization of features between the homeowners (she wants a she-shed, he wants a high end kitchen). A canny design and build team needs to consider all of these factors, so that their customer will love their new home forever.
And that is exactly how Thunder helps a company implement a new way of working.
Our methodology is designed to ensure that we don’t start building without a solid foundation and vision. Just like a builder needs a proper blueprint, our Salesforce customers need a detailed roadmap to:
So before you start swinging your hammer away, consider whether you have properly planned out your Salesforce project. Not just the technical build, but how you will adapt to, and continually maintain it for years to come.
At Thunder, we carefully consider all the details that go into building and maintaining a successful Salesforce implementation – putting people at the center of our design process. We’re not setting you up in a starter home, we’re hooking you up with the dream house – the forever home. After all, our mission is to make our customers love Salesforce, forever.