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University of California, Irvine

Salesforce Integration

University of California, Irvine via Coursera


Salesforce Integration explores why data management is so important, how Salesforce can help organize and display reported data to gain insight into trends and patterns, and how to automate manual business procedures. Learners will specifically practice creating custom automation process, building work flows, and performing data modeling. The course includes in-depth readings and practical application activities within Salesforce's Trailhead education platform, peer discussion opportunities, demonstration videos, and peer review assignments.


  • Module 1
    • In this module, you will focus on data quality and management. You will learn how to assess the quality of your data, import and export, and how to properly access your data. This is all prep work for the next module when you will be putting these principles into action.
  • Module 2
    • This module’s demos include creating reports and dashboard folders, creating custom reports, and using summary formulas. At home, you will focus on creating reports based on data provided by Salesforce and derive insights for business actions. How do you derive data from objects? We will learn how to create objects and report on the related data points.
  • Module 3
    • Part of the capstone project covers customizing an organization to support a new business unit. In this module, we will demo managing user access and chatter, modifying your data model, and automating business functions. You will focus on importing and exporting data reports from and to Salesforce. Including functions to analyze and manage data also creating dashboards for reporting data and visualizations.

Taught by

Stephane Muller


4.2 rating at Coursera based on 17 ratings

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