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Synaptic AP Announces Enhancements to Its Smart Forms and Mobile Workforce Enablement Application

New features augment sales and service teams’ performance in new ways

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Why We Made the Inc. 5000 Again

Synaptic AP was named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. for the second year in a row. The Inc. 5000, deemed the most prestigious rankings list for small and medium-sized firms by many, has been recognizing top innovators and industry shakers since 2007. In years past, it has featured […]

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Extending Your JavaScript Toolbox | Dreamforce 2017

All of us at Synaptic AP are pumped to attend Dreamforce in November! We’re especially thrilled that our very own Drew Fattlar, Web Developer at Synaptic AP, will be speaking at the event. In his second appearance as a Dreamforce presenter, Drew will offer quick tips on how to “Extend Your JavaScript Toolbox”. His experience using JavaScript for front-end […]

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Struggling with Salesforce® User Adoption? Engage Your Employees with Salesforce’s Trailhead Tracker

It is no secret that Trailhead is revolutionizing the way people learn about Salesforce®. Since launching in 2014, 10 million challenges have been completed and 2.5 million badges earned. And last month, Salesforce® Labs released a new app called Trailhead Tracker, which is designed to increase those numbers even more. So What Is Trailhead Tracker and Why […]

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Planning an Integration with Salesforce®? Here are some things you need to know!

Here at Synaptic AP, we LOVE Salesforce® data integrations. And yes, we know that makes us look like complete nerds. We just can’t help it. In this post, we share with you some cool things we have learned, as well as tell you about some new Salesforce® features that could make your upcoming Salesforce® data […]

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