As a Salesforce service provider, we have been serving customers around the globe for the past 10 years. The challenge that most of our customers were facing was related to storage space and associated cost. Like most of the service providers, we never wanted to lose our customers or see them struggling with a problem for years. Then almost a year back, we decided to address this challenge and come up with a solution. This initiated the idea of a Salesforce data archiving solution.
As we know, data is our past, present, and the future, and any progressive company will retain its data for various purposes. The reason for data retention may be different from business to business, but you need to retain your historical data in order to utilize it for various objectives. There could be multiple reasons for data archival. Few of them are compliance reasons, marketing purpose, auditing and tracking, 360-degree customer view, or maybe to use it for analytics. But the bottom line remains the same, data storage comes with a big cost. And when we talk about Salesforce, the additional storage cost is huge.
In today’s bold new era of big data, you often find yourself with a lot of data, which could be a potential roadblock of your own business success. There are various ways to manage your Salesforce data growth, but it is always difficult to crunch them in the most effective way. You need to consider various factors like cost, application performance, retrieval process etc. Then Salesforce introduced Big Objects. Big Objects allow you to store and manage a massive volume of data (a billion records) inside the Salesforce platform. But the big question arises here, ‘How’?
Everyone is always looking for a “How to” approach to accomplish a goal. In this webinar, we’ll focus on a “How to” create a successful data archiving strategy for your Salesforce Org. Few of the key takeaways from this webinar are;
Mr. Priya Ranjan Panigrahy (Co-founder & Chief Architect, DataArchiva)
Mr. Arnab Roy (Global Product Strategist, DataArchiva)
Date: November 14th
Time: EST 10:00 AM
Duration: 30 Mins
You don’t want to miss the most awaited webinar on Salesforce data archival.
Register now: http://www.dataarchiva.com/webinar/