Whoomp, there it is! (Translated: Why Salesforce Process Builder Rocks!)

Whoomp

“Why does Salesforce Process Builder rock?” you ask.

Simple: In less than an hour I can create a Custom Object called System Status with 6 fields. Create Status records for all of our major corporate systems (phones, firewall/VPN, programs like WebEx and Office365), and setup a process where our IT group can quickly update records with news of outages or downtime.

System Status Record

With Process Builder I can easily (in minutes) setup a process so when IT Checks a Box to initiate a Company-Wide Notification of the status, a Chatter Post is automatically created in our Corporate Chatter Group (where all 400+ employees have access) with details of the System Status.

System Status Chatter Post

Without Process Builder I would not have been able to create the functionality for the  Chatter Post in minutes. It would have involved apex classes and triggers and debugging (Oh My!) which I am still quite the novice at!

So today I am shouting out my love of Process Builder to the masses! What do you love about the Process Builder?

Whoomp There It Is!

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About Nana

Mom. Wife. Salesforce Administrator/Developer. Employee. Volunteer. Friend. Artist. Craftswoman. Passionate about my kids and their future! I am a Salesforce MVP. For more information on the Salesforce MVP community, visit: http://www.salesforce.com/mvp/ . Salesforce, Force, Force.com, Chatter, and others are trademarks of salesforce.com, inc. and are used here with permission.
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