Team CloudShift is here to help
All our lives have changed significantly over recent weeks, with our priorities and the way we work changing beyond all recognition. CloudShift has adapted quickly to our new working environment and we remain committed to supporting all our Customers and the wider Salesforce Ecosystem in whatever way we can. Being kind, useful and helping people adapt is at the heart of every action we are taking as a business. So how have we adapted and how are we able to help?
CloudShift At Home
From early March, Team CloudShift was set up working remotely from home, temporarily leaving our state-of-the-art Fora office. We have bought new licenses and equipment for staff at home so we can maintain business as usual, stay well connected and maintain effective communication to best support, everyone, during these challenging times.
We have daily team and project “stand-up” calls, where we discuss priorities, collaborate, share ideas and check in with each other. We also have a weekly company video call as well other virtual events including staff Lunch & Learns, Shifties Stretch sessions to keep our bodies fit and our very popular ‘Thirsty Thursday #TheBigCloudShiftQuiz’ to help keep our brains fit too!
We also have a daily staff bulletin ‘CloudShift At Home’ which features facts, tips and recommendations to stay productive, healthy, happy and connect with each other.
Supporting our Customers
We may all be working remotely, but it’s been business as usual for Team CloudShift working with our Customers over the past few weeks. There’s no doubt that we are going through unprecedented times, but over the past few weeks, we have provided our Customers with insight, advice and support to help them adapt and weather the storm, as well as planning and preparing for the bounce back.
All our projects continue to be delivered remotely with our Customers and we have found Customers quick to adapt to running discoveries, workshops, UAT and Go Lives in a completely new and virtual way. Although priorities have changed, we have been able to support our Customers in all stages of a Salesforce implementation or enhancement project. All stages can be managed remotely and we’re currently helping many Customers at different stages in the process, sharing insight of what we are doing with other Customers and what might work best for their individual circumstances.
We understand the pace and size of change and unpredictability of the situation is unsettling for many which is why our team is here to help you with any questions or concerns you might have. Please do reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org or your CloudShift contact and we would be happy to see how we can best support you.
In the meantime, please feel free to review our latest blogs on:
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