Elements.cloud is a B2B SaaS platform that helps to visualise and organise business processes in the companies. It has a centralised interactive space for process mapping in the cloud that allows bringing a new level of operational excellence. The web application uses Salesforce integrations and is fully GDPR compliant.
Among the main features, users can capture requirements, map processes, document Salesforce Organisation, deliver user training, and provide governance.
The biggest challenge at the beginning of our engagement was connected to the technical background of the product. Such a big project with a lot of difficult logic onboard is not trivial to dive into. Moreover, some users of the Atamis package use the classic interface, so the project is designed to be compatible with both Сlassic and Lightning interfaces.Despite this, we went into details pretty quickly and finished an initial scope of urgent changes faster than was estimated by the client.
We involved a dedicated Salesforce developer to work with the Atamis team. In the beginning, we reviewed the existing codebase, product architecture, started with optimisations and bug fixing. Then, we gradually moved to the development of new features, integrations with 3rd parties, and R&D assignments.The most valuable decision was to bring our technical expertise to the Atamis team and to start growing the product with a systematic approach, project management best practices, and solid release workflow.
As Elements Catalyst is built for large organisations, we had to provision our codebase, server architecture, and Salesforce data processing to be highly scalable.
Due to a big number of Salesforce limitations, we had to build a system that optimises the amount of info we process every time to achieve better performance and speed.
Our Salesforce package pulls the data from Salesforce Orgs and visualises the dependencies in Elements web app. We put a lot of effort into the deep connection between the 2 of them.
In order to successfully deploy an app to AppExchange, we had to pass a Salesforce security review. It included not only the package itself but also the entire web application.
In most cases, our project management was organised in JIRA, while communication mainly happened in Slack and Zoom. We also had product demos on demand, mostly on a bi-weekly basis.In this project, we involved our Salesforce Architect for general supervision and architecture assistance. From the client side, we communicated mainly with the VP of Product and CTO.
Our engagement with the Elements.cloud team is still ongoing, we’ve been working for more than 4 years together in total. Our team is absolutely happy to be involved in this amazing Salesforce journey.We truly believe that Catalyst app is a real disruption in the Salesforce space as it helps many users and admins to make better decisions every day, understand their Orgs correctly, manage documentation and content, drive adoption and keep everything running smoothly.
Co-founder & CTO at Elements.cloud
Having worked with Magicforce for several years, we asked them to deliver a project on the Salesforce platform. They were able to successfully deliver it with the same level of skill and management that they had demonstrated in prior engagements. We will be using them for future Salesforce projects.
During the last year, we helped Atamis a lot to grow their product significantly with our expertise in Salesforce development.view now
Just in 8 months, we managed to build and deploy the application to AppExchange with successful security review.view now