Training for Salesforce and Mulesoft

By msschramm1 ·
Tags: Software
My office is part of a much larger organization that is transitioning to Salesforce and MuleSoft. I coordinate a number of developers who have been working in .NET and Java, and need training.

For some reason (staff availability, probably), corporate IT is pushing MuleSoft training first. This seems backward to me. None of the team leads have particularly strong ideas, mostly because it's all really new.

So, I need opinions. Should I focus on getting my people into Salesforce first or accept that starting with MuleSoft is fine?

Any and all thoughts are welcome. TIA.
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Salesforce Implementation

by info1570546052 In reply to Training for Salesforce a ...

No matter how big or small your company—or the Salesforce CRM project—success requires planning, commitment, and strong sponsorship from your company’s executive team. It’s also critical that you understand the needs of your managers and users before getting started. Without a detailed understanding of these needs, it’s easy to go overboard in customizing the application just because it’s so easy.

Here are the 5 steps to a successful implementation:

Plan and prepare
Set up and customize
Deploy Salesforce CRM
Drive adoption
Continuously improve.

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Mulesoft and Sales force training

by pranavipinky456 In reply to Training for Salesforce a ...

It's based on your requirement, and on your interest, whether you have to go with salesforce or Mulesoft training, whether the project is small or big.

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