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This week we hit 10,000 downloads of the FuseIT SFDC Explorer (more if you count those with disposable email addresses). The Explorer is an advanced tool for Salesforce developers. We built the Explorer in late 2011 when we needed better visibility of Salesforce from the perspective of an assigned API user. It is only available to download from our website and is a free tool! S ...

S4S Release 1.9.18064.2 is now available. Please contact us if you do not have a login and need access. This is an exciting and major S4S release that introduces the S4S Mapping Wizard for Sitecore Experience Forms (WFFM forms are still supported for Sitecore 9). The wizard has new features including support for: Multiple Salesforce instances Form assignment to a nominated Sal ...

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The roadmap outlines our intentions for S4S in the future. Before looking at the map, the following is a summary of what S4S can do now: Out-of-the-box features include: Map Sitecore forms (WFFM and Experience) to Salesforce Push Sitecore xDB analytics to Salesforce leads and contacts Update Sitecore xDB analytics from Salesforce to personalize web experience Use Salesforce t ...

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We often see the word ‘Enterprise’ used flippantly. Fine if you are talking about a fictitious starship but dangerous when talking about software. Enterprise software may have the same features as software developed for small businesses but it is (or should be) written in a completely different way. If you are not sure, consider what you need from your software: Performance: ...

The S4S Mapping Wizard has always had the ability to map Sitecore forms to one or more Salesforce campaigns and this feature will remain for the Sitecore 9 Experience forms (see LinkedIn article) support. Any website visitor that completes and submits a Sitecore web form can be added to one or more Salesforce campaigns if the form is mapped to a lead or contact record. Note tha ...

The new S4S Mapping Wizard for Sitecore 9 Experience forms (see LinkedIn article) introduces several new features not available for our equivalent WFFM wizard. Being an enterprise integration, we have made it possible to map different experience forms on your Sitecore website to different objects in different Salesforce orgs. It is now quite common for large organizations to us ...

In 2009 FuseIT developed S4S, our Sitecore to Salesforce connector. The team brief was to create an enterprise connector that would: follow best security practices process high volumes of data deal with custom objects and fields in Salesforce be easy to use provide features businesses wanted Today, around 50 customers, including several Fortune 500 companies, are using S4S as ...

The following sequence of events are examples of how S4S interacts with Sitecore editors, Salesforce users, and website visitors. Sitecore Web Forms Sitecore Experience or WFFM forms are fully supported by S4S Sitecore editor: Creates a Sitecore web form then maps the form fields to Salesforce lead fields using the S4S Mapping Wizard Website visitor: Navigates the website then ...

The Sitecore to Salesforce integration, S4S, supports the new Sitecore 9 Experience forms (see LinkedIn article). We look forward to even more new form features in the 9.1 release. The release of the S4S Mapping Wizard for Sitecore 9 adds a hidden field element to the form field selection list. Hidden fields can be used to surface information in Salesforce and can be populated ...

The Sitecore to Salesforce integration, S4S, supports the new Sitecore 9 Experience forms (see LinkedIn article). One of the most popular S4S features is surfacing Sitecore website analytics in the Salesforce lead and contact records. The screenshot example below shows the individual analytics data available from a Sitecore visitor who submitted a web form, as it appears in Sal ...