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This chapter is for everyone who works in information technology—whether employee or consultant. Most IT people already have most of the skills, knowledge, experience, and attitudes they need for a smooth, successful implementation of Salesforce.com (SFDC). But if you’ve never worked with SFDC or been part of an Agile project before, there are a few critical twists. This chapter explores three key issues for IT personnel: policy, data quality, and administration.
Before we start on the details, it’s important to get one point across: SFDC is unique ...