Salesforce App Cloud Primary Use Case

AnilKumar4
Senior Developer at jarvis
We use the mobile application, the Lightning application. We use it with consulting and integrating the different products like vCloud or integration with Google. There are some that we do production also. Everything is on mobile now. So we use mobile apps and then we develop those applications. It's a Cloud browser and device support that we are doing the programming. So basically now we are developing that in the Lightning Application, where we can. That is based on the event architecture and by the company's controller, we write those according to that. We develop the programming that will go to the software, we need to have the APEX programming materials for the IBM system, or with Lightning RAWC, who with integration we need to go with other configuration tools. So there are a lot of things that need to be captured in developing the project. View full review »
AmanSingh2
Business Line Manager at Thomson Reuters
We primarily use the solution for customer invoicing. We also use it for telling the customers about the regional upgrades and patches that we're rolling out. View full review »
reviewer1133562
Chief Technical Lead at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
We use this solution for the support of business sales and service processes. View full review »
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reviewer937623
Consultant at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Our primary use case for Salesforce App Cloud is to make assertions that I personalize, based on the information that the companies have in their systems. View full review »
reviewer1375074
Chief Commercial Officer at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
The primary use case of this solution is for sales. View full review »
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