Salesforce Administrator and Application Builder
Course number: CGISA40
Whether you are a new Salesforce® system administrator or have been managing Salesforce for some time, you probably know that a big part of the job is receiving and acting on requests from management or other Salesforce users to modify the system to meet the needs of the users and the company. The nature of Salesforce is such that there are almost always several ways to accomplish these types of modifications, so how will you know that you’re taking the right approach and really providing the support that is needed?
By completing this course, you will identify information about the five native business processes every company can manage using Salesforce, regardless of the License Edition. You will also gain insight into each of the functional groups of users (Inside Sales, Outside Sales, Marketing, Customer Support, and Management), and you will establish patterns of critical thinking that can help you to ensure that you are indeed taking the right approach and providing the necessary support for each request you receive. Ultimately, completing this course enables you to be a vital resource for knowing how to configure the system in a manner that also allows the extraction of intelligence needed to measure and improve the company’s key performance indicators.
In this course, you will perform the basic skills required of a typical Salesforce system administrator.
- Describe basic concepts related to Salesforce administration.
- Set up an organization.
- Manage user accounts.
- Implement security controls.
- Configure the Salesforce Classic user interface.
- Support the Lightning Experience user interface.
- Customize pages.
- Manage Opportunities.
- Implement additional Opportunity features.
- Implement data validation and workflows.
- Manage Leads.
- Manage Accounts.
- Manage Contacts.
- Manage Campaigns.
- Manage Cases.
- Manage custom objects.
- Manage data.
- Configure views, reports, and dashboards.
- Integrate and extend Salesforce.
- To ensure your success, you will need experience in using Salesforce Sales Cloud, including the use of the Lightning Experience user interface.
- Experience with using the Salesforce1 mobile app on iOS® or Android™ devices will be helpful but is not required.
This course is intended for individuals who need to manage instances of Salesforce Sales Cloud®. Target students have Sales Cloud user skills and are often existing Sales, Administrative, or Operations support employees, IT employees who are given the additional responsibilities of Salesforce.com® system administration, or external consultants who have been engaged to provide administrative support for an organization.
This course can also be an important component of preparing for the Salesforce Certified Administrator exam for students who are seeking the Salesforce Certified Administrator certification.
Certified Salesforce Administrator
Salesforce Administrator Exam (ADM 201)
* Duration: 90 minutes
* 60 multiple choice questions (closed book)
* To pass the exam, you need to mark at least 65% correct answers in the exam
Post class completion, students can appear for the Salesforce Administrator Exam.
- Topic A: The Salesforce Data Model
- Topic B: SMART Administration Principles
- Topic A: Manage the Company Profile
- Topic B: Configure Organizational Settings
- Topic A: Create User Accounts
- Topic B: Manage Users
- Topic A: Salesforce Security Essentials
- Topic B: Configure Profiles
- Topic C: Establish Organization-Wide Sharing Defaults
- Topic D: Configure Roles
- Topic E: Create Sharing Rules
- Topic F: Perform a Health Check
- Topic A: Configure User Interface Settings
- Topic B: Customize the Home Page in Salesforce Classic
- Topic C: Configure Search in Salesforce Classic
- Topic A: Implement Lightning Experience
- Topic B: Customize Lightning Experience Home Pages
- Topic A: Create Page Layouts in Salesforce Classic
- Topic B: Customize Record Pages in Lightning Experience
- Topic A: Opportunity Management Essentials
- Topic B: Design and Implement Opportunity Fields
- Topic C: Design and Implement Opportunity Stages
- Topic D: Design and Implement Opportunity Contact Roles
- Topic E: Design and Create Opportunity Record Types
- Topic A: Implement and Maintain Opportunity Products and Price Books
- Topic B: Implement the Similar Opportunities Function
- Topic C: Implement Opportunity Teams
- Topic D: Create a Big Deal Alert
- Topic A: Create and Test Validation Rules
- Topic B: Create and Test Workflows
- Topic A: Lead Management Essentials
- Topic B: Design and Implement Lead Fields
- Topic C: Design and Implement Custom Lead Sources
- Topic D: Design and Implement Web-to-Lead Forms
- Topic E: Design and Implement Lead Assignment Rules
- Topic A: Design an Account Management Model
- Topic B: Implement an Account Management Model
- Topic A: Design a Contact Management Strategy
- Topic B: Implement a Contact Management Strategy
- Topic A: Prepare for Campaign Management
- Topic B: Administer a Campaign Management Strategy
- Topic A: Case Management Essentials
- Topic B: Design and Implement Case Fields
- Topic C: Design and Implement Case Origins
- Topic D: Automate Case Management
- Topic A: Supply Apps in Salesforce Classic
- Topic B: Supply Apps in Lightning Experience
- Topic A: Data Management Essentials
- Topic B: Import and Update Data
- Topic C: Back Up and Restore Data
- Topic A: Create Views
- Topic B: Create and Manage Reports
- Topic C: Create and Manage Dashboards
- Topic A: Integrate Salesforce and Outlook
- Topic B: Implement Salesforce1
- Topic C: Implement SalesforceA