Trekbin, a leader in Salesforce architecture, configuration, and customization services, is excited to announce our newest endeavor we’ve aptly named “Brain Dump”. The Brain Dump app allows Salesforce noobs and experts alike to bend the Salesforce application to their will simply by thinking about the solution they want to produce. No more day-long discovery meetings, mockups, user stories, sprint planning, sprint reviews, quality assurance, or even hands on configuration required! But how does it work?
After minutes of arduous research, our team discovered that there is a dedicated part of the brain used for thinking about only Salesforce. Each Brain Dump license comes with a Trekbin cap fitted with patent pending sensors which have been very carefully designed and placed to read signals from the neural networks in your brain that pertain to Salesforce. After very little trial and error, we were able to identify and separate the signals that pertained to standard objects, custom objects, Visualforce and Apex, and workflow and validation rules. We’re still working on identifying the signals that pertain to Flow and Lightning, but we hope to have that available in our Summer ‘15 release.
One of our favorite Brain Dump success stories is Gina, a Salesforce administrator for Cirrus Computing. In only minutes, Gina was able to implement an entire sales process for her field sales reps, just by thinking about how she wanted it to work. “It would have taken me days or weeks to build all of the objects, fields, page layouts, and automation needed for this team if I would have had to configure this by hand. With Brain Dump, I just thought through how I wanted Salesforce to work and ‘BAM!’, it’s done. Brain Dump even deployed it production! Thanks, Brain Dump!”
If you’re interested in being one of the first customers for Brain Dump, please reach out to Trekbin on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #braindumpsfdc. We look forward to hearing how you use Brain Dump to make Salesforce even better than you could have ever imagined!