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A Complete Guide to Salesforce QA Testing

Salesforce is, without a doubt, the most recognized customer relationship management (CRM) tool. Due to the system being flexible and supporting companies of all sizes across every industry, it requires continuous testing, regular maintenance and constant feature upgrades in order for your business to remain competitive.

Increase Your ROI With Streamlined Salesforce Test Automation

When you think of a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool, the first to come to mind is Salesforce. That’s because the biggest players across all industries - from cybersecurity and medical technology to financial services and retail - choose this CRM solution to sustain customer relationships. And because Salesforce is designed to help businesses deliver personalized experiences to every customer, companies of all sizes can implement CRM tools in their sales, marketing and commerce practices.

Salesforce tends to win over its competition in the CRM space because of its customizable implementation and integration with other applications such as service cloud, security, outbound messaging, Apex programming, web portal, web services, social media and data loader - just to name a few.

Your Quick Guide To Testing Lightning Web Components

Salesforce has introduced the Lighting Web Component as a lightweight framework. Lightning Web Component or LWC is the latest lightweight framework built on web standards. Since Salesforce is a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is committed to creating open web standards, it encourages the development of web standards on the Lightning platform. Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to testing Lightning Web Components. 

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