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Salesforce No-Code Development Platform: The Ultimate Platform to Build Apps Faster, Better & Smarter

The demand for no-code saw a massive rise amidst the pandemic due to the agility and speed it provides to businesses.

A report by Gartner says that by 2024, 65% of application development will be no code. But why do companies are preferring no-coding? The reason it being fast, agile and cheaper.

As per a report,  there is an average of 150 errors in 1000 lines of code. 

 For each line of code, an average cost of $3.61 (close to Rs. 300/-) is required to test, optimize, package, and maintain it making it a bit expensive. 

The world leader in CRM technology: Salesforce has banked on its CRM expertise to deliver a dominant low-code/ no-code application development framework, entirely housed in the cloud.

The Salesforce No-Code platform presents advanced tools to the users required to design whatever apps they want — irrespective of their coding expertise level. 

Non-technical users can now enjoy the Salesforce platform visual interface and perceptive drag & drop tools to develop faster and better business apps.

The world is being drawn towards this platform. But why?

To answer your question, we are organizing a webinar on ” Salesforce No-Code Development Platform.”

This power-packed webinar with a live demo will help you understand the “6W and 1H” of “No-Code”.

Through this webinar, you’ll know how “No-Code Development” will fundamentally shift the application developing process for enterprises enabling competitive advantage for them.



This webinar strives to help you understand “What is MVC Architecture in Salesforce and how it reduces development time”.

Our experts will give an insight into how No-Code Application Development will empower productivity and efficiency to collaborate creating the most amazing apps without any code.

Join us on August 28, 2021, at 11 AM IST to find how with No-Code Development businesses can achieve a competitive advantage by creating and running their apps in less time as compared to conventional coding.

Key Takeaways from the Webinar:

  1. What is “No-Code/Low-code” application development?
  2. No-Code Development benefits for Enterprises and Developers
  3. MVC Architecture in Salesforce. Metadata-driven application development framework
  4. Steps to build complex ideas into robust apps/components faster
  5. Best practices of No-Code Development 

Webinar details: 

Title: Building Better, Faster Together with Salesforce No-Code Platform

Date: August 28, 2021

Time: 11 AM IST

Duration: 30 Minutes 

Innovate Faster with No-Code App Development. Register here.

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How to Become a Champion in Salesforce?

Customers are hailed as the king of every business! In today’s customer-oriented business world, Salesforce connects customers and businesses together. This cloud-based CRM platform provides a single customer view to the different departments of the business organizations, helping them resolve customer issues, foster fast communications, and gain customer’s trust through personalized interactions.

People proficient in developing and using Salesforce are in huge demand in the corporate world. So if you are the one who wants to explore this booming career, learning Salesforce can prove to be a springboard for your success. 

To guide you better, our colleague, Praveen Patro talks about how to become a champion in Salesforce and how you can upgrade your skills.

“Hello folks, I’m Praveen Patro working in CEPTES as a Consultant- Senior Software Engineer. 

Salesforce can be a daunting task to master, but working with the right organization you can easily master it. It is an intriguing platform that one must take on with courage if one wants their career to succeed.

The first thing you need to do is find a platform to work as a Salesforce developer. When the opportunity arises, all it takes is your willpower and passion for learning! Just make sure to take up whatever project or task excites you most– so that it won’t be too hard on yourself when times get tough.

In my experience, the best way to get ahead is by working in an organization that offers both support and mentorship. I am fortunate enough to be working in CEPTES which has been a great journey so far with senior members always providing guidance when needed. With their invaluable assistance, it’s easy overcoming all of the work challenges.

Working at CEPTES has made me feel appreciated and valued as an employee. I’ve been there for more than five years now, which is the longest time in my career so far!

Managers who take care of their employees not only make them happier but they also end up being better workers too—I am a prime example of this myself!

With every passing day here, it feels like home to me with people around you that really support your work ethic and goal-oriented attitude towards achieving success here; both professionally or personally. All these factors have led me to be content working where I am today because life doesn’t get much better when you are surrounded by good colleagues while having no worries about things going undone.

All you need is the guts to get into this ecosystem, and the rest will follow your path.

Here’s compiled a list of Salesforce training resources from where you can upgrade your skills and become a champion in Salesforce. But most importantly, it’s up to us if we want to implement what we learned or not because that’s how mastery happens – by practicing on our own experience with implementing!”


Best Resources to Become a Master in Salesforce


Salesforce provides a well-curated learning platform for all beginners in the form of the trailhead. Trailhead is a fun way to learn about new skills. It contains interactive online tutorials which not only make learning fun and entertaining but also serve as a useful resource for all developers and administrators at Salesforce. 

Its content is organized in a form of a three-level hierarchy: trails, modules, and units. These levels are arranged in a predefined sequence so that you don’t have to spend much time deciding what to read. What makes this learning tool so special is its crisp and engaging content encapsulated in the short videos of 10-15 minutes. 

You are also provided with interactive assessments after the end of every unit so that you can have a healthy appraisal of your learning. So don’t wait for long, and get yourself recognized for your expertise on the dashboard of trailhead by earning awards and badges after the successful completion of every unit and module. 


“All you need is the guts to get into this ecosystem, and the rest will follow your path.”


“Managers who take care of their employees not only make them happier but they also end up being better workers too—I am a prime example of this myself!”


Certifications Taken So Far

  • Salesforce Platform Developer 1 Certification
  • Salesforce Admin Certification

Learning from the Experts

You can become a specialist in Salesforce by following the courses offered by experts on various platforms. There are many experts who are acclaimed for knowledge and expertise in Salesforce. You can keep track of their LinkedIn accounts and YouTube channel where these experts regularly update about their latest work in Salesforce.

Optimize LinkedIn Learning

Now LinkedIn is not limited to a platform for connecting professionals, building networks, and finding new opportunities. It is also a stage for learning new skills and keeping pace with the developments happening in various fields. LinkedIn has started its education platform where self-paced learning is provided by the industry’s experts through the mode of interactive training.

Now explore the plethora of expert-led courses free for a month on LinkedIn, and give yourself a chance to secure a well-paying job by becoming a champion in Salesforce.

Supplementary Training Resources

Apart from instructor-led classes and self-paced learning, you can also upgrade your skills in Salesforce with the help of educational materials. These additional resources are available in the form of tip sheets and implementation guides. 

With the help of these materials, now beginners can comprehensively learn Salesforce basics and its specific features. Become successful by exploring the features and strength of Salesforce through the way of these additional materials!! 

Summing Up

We hope the above points mentioned above capture adequate Salesforce training resources from where you can advance your skills, and explore your prospects in Salesforce. So make sure to utilize at least one resource wisely, and become a champion in Salesforce. You can also visit our blog at CEPTES and gain in-depth knowledge about the Salesforce ecosystem. CEPTES is looking for highly enthusiastic individuals to join our fantastic organization and help shape the future. Check out our careers page where great opportunities are waiting just for YOU.

Thank you for reading!

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Full Stack Salesforce Developers- A Career That’s Just Not About Code

Salesforce has revolutionized the CRM business by leaps and bounds since its launch. It provides a whole complementary suite of enterprise applications focused on customer service, marketing automation, and the like. 

Due to the diversity of operations, the pay is indeed lucrative but what attracts most people towards the Salesforce ecosystem is a ‘NO-code’ career profile. 

Ahead, we’ve tried to shed some light on the ‘Full-stack developer’ profile of Salesforce and also stated how you could master the NO-code arena. 

To guide you better, our colleague, Vipula Kalkura talks about how to become a Full Stack Developer and how it differentiates from the rest.

Continue reading to find out more!

Who is a Full Stack developer?

It’d be great if you could start from the basics. So let’s understand what a full-stack developer means in the IT world. As per research, if a developer could handle several tasks such as system engineering, databases, DevOps, front-end Dev, Back-end development, and others, that would come under the realm of full-stack development. 

It could also be understood in the sense that if a developer could handle the front-end (visible part of the website/app) as well as the back-end (technical nitty-gritty), they would be termed as a full-stack developer. They are more often engaged in entrepreneurial endeavors because of having good horizontal knowledge about the tech, so most full-stack developers aren’t experts in one skill. They are the ‘Jack of all trades.

How is Salesforce Full Stack Development Different?

All the functions mentioned above require a lot of coding and manual work. This is where Salesforce differentiates itself from others. To understand what No-code means, you’ll have to sail through the trailhead platform of Salesforce. It introduces a learner to ‘Declarative development’ that encourages you to minimize the use of code. 

Many people might have used such drag and drop tools in the form of LEGO Mindstorm in High School or even with Microsoft’s Visual Studio Designer tools to do development in their professional career. 

However, they still don’t offer the full functionalities that a developer expects, this is why many times they needed to rewrite the code anyway to bypass the limitations that these tools provided. 

This is where Salesforce no-code development tools win by a great margin. They not only allow the developer to modify the data, but also help in creating basic forms, pages, and even setting up validation rules. The most fascinating thing is that a person who doesn’t know how to code or ever have tried it could also develop entire apps in Salesforce using prebuilt components and point and click tools


Below we have attached a picture of the Lightning builder app, which can be used to build apps. 

Essentially you can perform front-end as well as back-end functions easily using no-code or low-code features of Salesforce. However, that doesn’t mean your prior knowledge wouldn’t benefit you. In fact, knowing about logic, conditions, and CRUD operations would highly benefit you while you’re working on ‘Process builder’.

How to become the best Developer in Salesforce

There are several ways you can reach the ultimate destination of becoming the best Salesforce developer in town. Here are some of the ways you can become one. 

  • Take time to understand the platform

    The ‘meta-data-driven development’ model seems like an alien concept. However, as you begin exploring and learning about the same, it’d be a cakewalk. Spending time learning about the platform would give you an edge. Try to understand the use cases for flow, workflow rules, process builder, and so on.


  • Take advantage of the trailhead

    Salesforce premier repository Trailhead provides all the resources necessary for becoming a no-code/ low code developer in optimum time. We recommend starting here and then here.
    I took the PD1 Certification and CPQ Specialist Certification. I am also planning to take up Platform App Builder and Advanced Administrator Certification.


We hope the article was helpful for you. We’ve written a lot of informative pieces on the Salesforce ecosystem. Do check them out here. At CEPTES, we value experience more than degrees. Our business culture is a healthy mix of ethos and flexible norms. To top it, our hub is a geek’s paradise. We are now boosting the IT markets with high-value jobs. To know more, visit our careers page.

Thanks for reading!

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Salesforce and Power BI: Analyze Your Data in Minutes

Salesforce and the integration of Power BI are one of the most demanding tools for any sales organization or the business intelligence team. 

Enterprises often use the Power BI to visualize their entire Salesforce data and tap into additional data sources.

In just a few clicks, you can build a connection between Salesforce data and Power BI. Within a matter of a few minutes, you could visually analyze your data.

Why View Salesforce Data through Power BI?

Power BI helps to analyze business data for sharing insights with rich visualizations. It also offers a desktop version as well as a cloud version. For extensive data exploration and further advanced stuff, you would need the desktop version. Power BI Cloud-based gives an easier way for creating different dashboards.



It is also one of the best options for the marketer as well as for accounting power users.

Salesforce is known as the backbone for sales efforts. To scrutinize data in Power BI, you would find everything sits behind Salesforce’s API.

To obtain data from your Salesforce API to the Power BI, you need to gather data that includes the standard Salesforce Objects such as Leads, Opportunities, 

Accounts, and Contacts accompanying the custom objects.

Obtaining such kinds of data into Power BI can have many advantages as it combines sales data along with different sources like billing or support or checks specific sales KPIs which are relevant and are making sense for an organization.

Connecting the Two Platforms

Visualizing the data of your business and sales can help your organization grow in no time. Viewing business data with Salesforce KPIs enables you to focus on better promising opportunities, understanding the pipeline health, and campaigns or related channels with a specific number.



Although visualizing the data alone will not be enough. You also need actionable insightful metrics allowing you to understand particular questions.

All of These Would Help You to-

  • To understand what to focus on and help you for making better decisions
  • Throw a light on the various angles of the sales process helping you in identifying specific trends
  • Gives you an idea on which customers are giving profits to your business
  • Improves the communication among the internal teams

How to Connect Them?

To have a powerful and unified view across your entire customer data can be done in a three-step process.

  • Pull data from the Salesforce
  • Load Salesforce data in a centralized place for accessibility with Power BI
  • Create the Salesforce Power BI dashboards and analyze data in minutes


With Power BI, it can turn your Salesforce data into beautiful dashboards in just a matter of a few minutes. It’s a new analytics experience for business users. You can effortlessly combine and visualize your entire data. You can push your business further and get to know the spot trends immediately. Getting Salesforce data out of Power BI is not easy and rather could be a mundane task for you. At CEPTES, we help enterprises by effortlessly integrating Salesforce and Power BI to receive powerful insights. To know more, connect with us. We would love to associate with you.

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How to Begin Your Career as a Salesforce Consultant?

“By 2024, Salesforce and its ecosystem are expected to empower the creation of 4.2 million jobs worldwide.”

Yes, this is a big number, you can say, this number is equivalent to the combined GDP of Thailand and Belgium, or the population of New Zealand. The global impact of Salesforce is much bigger than technology and a company. Over the years, Salesforce has scaled up its platform, modernized and reinforced its products and services.

That’s undoubtedly contributing to its fast-paced growth. That’s why Salesforce professionals are in huge demand. One such prominent and leading role is Salesforce Consultant. 

Do you know they make an average of $41 per hour?

An average salary of $84,681 per annum is what they take home. 

A Salesforce Consultant is a trusted advisor to tackle complex business challenges with technical solutions and bring the best use of Salesforce to the customer.

To guide you more about this role, we had a chat with Sandhya Rani, our lead consultant, who throws more light on this responsibility by sharing her experience.

Here it goes

How did your journey in Salesforce start? Tell us all about how you transitioned from a fresher to a top Salesforce Consultant?

My journey started with CEPTES itself. After completing my bachelor’s in Computer science, I was looking for a job. I received a call from CEPTES HR, who told me the role was related to Salesforce.

At first, I thought it was related to Sales and almost refused the opportunity. Then they explained about Salesforce to me and I decided to give it a try.

I was tested for my knowledge of JAVA, and I cracked the test. 

Following that, we had two and a half months of insightful training provided by CEPTES.

My journey started with the admin role, as previously I was into coding. While learning Salesforce, I realized I can visually experience my work, like every addition, editing, and configuration I can see in the UI. That was very intriguing for me.

After the learning sessions, we used to get tasks to comprehend the learning practically. That’s how we learned and practiced our Salesforce skills. 

With extensive guidance and mentoring and evaluative tests, I was brushed up on my Salesforce skills. 

After the training, 10 people were selected out of 20, and I was one of them.

That led to the beginning of my journey at CEPTES. Initially, I was working on internal projects only as customer projects required experience. Whenever I was stuck somewhere my colleagues and mentors were there to guide me and ensure smooth sailing for me. 

After getting relevant experience, I started working on client projects as well. 

Now I can confidently say that “Starting my Salesforce Journey with CEPTES is my best career decision someone can make”. 

Any advice you would like to give to the budding Salesforce developer who wishes to become Salesforce Consultant?

Whip up your concept crystal clear. Don’t think I should know Salesforce as I want to get a job. Start learning it from basic, slowly and steadily you’d be able to set your foot in the Salesforce Ecosystem.

First of all, start learning the admin part, master the basics and then move to the next steps.

Learn about the security, profile, permissions, sets, and everything important. It doesn’t matter if a person is very good at coding but if he/she doesn’t know the basic Salesforce things, their chances to land a Salesforce job decrease. So, for anyone aiming to be a Salesforce Consultant, the utmost priority should be clearing their basic Salesforce concepts. 


“Salesforce Consultant: The Trusted Salesforce Advisor”


Is it true for anyone entering the Salesforce ecosystem, mastery of the Java programming language is mandatory?

The programming language we use here is very much similar to Java but is much more straightforward than Java or any other programming language.

To some extent, a person knowing Java is at a gain.

However, the best part about Salesforce is that it is a no-code or low-code platform providing more diverse opportunities than coding. This incredible feature is exclusive to Salesforce.

Does the Salesforce ecosystem prefer the least involvement of coding or minimal coding?

That depends on the target of every Salesforce professional. If you can achieve anything without code then the client will be a lot happier.

So, the client mainly expects consultants to provide minimal or no coding?

Yes, not just the client but even as a consultant, we want to build the product with zero or less code to be more efficient.

Do I need to pursue any Salesforce Certification or Training to become a Salesforce Consultant?

It’s not like any training we have to do. It’s just a thorough learning process. That’s the crux. 

“You have to learn everything, not like you have to do any training”. 

It is good to have any certification. That qualifies you’re a certified developer.

Can you tell us the certifications a Salesforce Consultant can take?

Start with Salesforce Admin Certification.

Then, you can move to the higher level with Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I Certification and simultaneously to Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II Certification and so on.

Here’s the list of certifications I did-

  • Salesforce Certified Administrator
  • Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I
  • Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II
  • Salesforce Certified Platform App Builder

How does Salesforce stand out from other technologies?

  1.   No coding requirement
  2.   Fastest growing industry
  3.   Salesforce is unrestricted to one thing. It has hundreds of options for you to start a career. 

How’s your day at work look like?

As a consultant, our number one priority is success for our customers.

Our day starts with a meeting where we discuss all tasks we have to do today, what is the timeline to complete the assigned tasks.

We need to communicate internally with multiple teams to efficiently bridge the gap between business problems and practical solutions.

Evenings will be spent to resolve the tickets under our name. 


Today, the world’s enterprises are experiencing a digital transformation. And cloud computing, growing at a much higher speed than IT as a whole, is a crucial factor in that transformation. 

With its robust growth, Salesforce drives the growth of cloud computing.

We are looking for highly enthusiastic individuals for our fantastic team. With the right mentoring by CEPTES, you can build a lucrative Salesforce career, even if you want to start your career from scratch. Explore our careers page to join our team.

Climb Success Ladder Faster with CEPTES
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Climb Success Ladder Faster with CEPTES

Salesforce is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the IT industry. With cloud gaining popularity among modern businesses, the need for a Salesforce cloud solution is on a rapid rise. As a result, the demand for qualified and competent individuals with expertise in Salesforce is also rising. A career in Salesforce development can be immensely rewarding provided that you join the right team and good organization, such as CEPTES – a top-rated Salesforce Certified Silver Partner.

Joining CEPTES could be the wisest and the best decision you will ever make towards ornamenting your curriculum vitae and adding value to it. Some of the top reasons why CEPTES is the best workplace for you include-


Rewards and Recognition: 

Undeniably, money is the biggest motivator for any job or business we endeavor in, but, at the same time, we all strive for recognition also for our efforts. At CEPTES, you will get amply rewarded and recognized for all your valuable contributions on the job.


Rewards & Recognition 

A Culture of Innovation: 

Innovation is not just an expectation here, but it is also a culture we foster. In other words, every employee is encouraged to share his/her innovative ideas, participate in brainstorming sessions that lead to innovation, and frankly & fearlessly come up with unique suggestions that may help product/service/solution/process improvement.


A Culture of Innovation

Flexible Working: 

Some of us are highly productive in morning hours whereas others tend to work more efficiently in the second half of the day. Therefore, we understand these human limitations and encourage you to work at your preferred shift (from the available options in your department).


Flexible Working


Also Read: Conquering the Cloud: CEPTES Journey So Far


Great Learning with Industry Experts: 

We are happy to have some of the brightest and most brilliant Salesforce experts as our team members. When working with these highly skilled people, you stand to gain a lot in your learning and knowledge about the Salesforce technologies.

In short, you will climb the success ladder faster with CEPTES as you learn more and achieve more in all spheres of the fantastic platform called Salesforce.

Some of the challenging and significant roles you can apply for include:

You can join our ever-expanding team of Salesforce experts at different levels – from entry-level to mid-level and senior management.

Salesforce business analyst – As an analyst, you will closely monitor the progress of the company and competition, figuring out what works the best and what doesn’t, create user requirements for the implementation of Salesforce.

Salesforce functional consultant – You need to have Salesforce implementation skills and expertise in other features as well. You will be someone who accepts user requirements and interprets these into solutions that are ready to be implemented. No or little coding is required as point & click functionality is used for the purpose.

Salesforce Architect- As a Salesforce architect, you will be overseeing and supervising complex solutions and ensuring their success.

Salesforce Developer- As a Salesforce developer, you will be working on various client projects – helping our clients get the most of Salesforce as a SaaS, PaaS, or IaaS solution.


You can also apply for AppExchange roles that include:

Implementation Experts – From simple Salesforce implementation that even a Salesforce Admin can also handle highly complex Apps like Accounting packages or CPQ tools, you will make sure performance is done professionally and immaculately.

Support Roles – Apps need ongoing support, and this is what you will be doing if you opt for support roles.

You can assume many other roles and responsibilities, depending on your qualifications, expertise, experience, skill-set, and interest. Please visit our careers section or connect with the HR team to explore great career opportunities for you at CEPTES.

A Day in the Life of a CEPTES' Salesforce Developer
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A Day in The Life of a CEPTES’ Salesforce Developer

We firmly believe in spreading knowledge and education about our field so that aspiring Salesforce developers can pursue a career in this trailblazing technology. 

In today’s post, we’ll try to catch a glimpse of what a day in the life of a CEPTES’ Salesforce developer entails.

 This is the story of Parth – Senior Salesforce Developer at CEPTES.

 Parth says, “While applying for jobs into development after completing graduation, I developed an interest in coding for Salesforce solutions. I worked hard and soon earned Salesforce certification. Luckily, I got the opportunity to work with CEPTES, and that completely changed my life. I was soon on the clouds of success, earning, and job satisfaction, thanks to CEPTES. Initially, I worked under my seniors guidance for a few months. Let me tell you I learned a lot during this period – right from coding and learning new algorithms to learning SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.”

 Salesforce reins the ecosystem of the enterprise cloud today. “As a Salesforce Developer, I enjoy my job a lot here at CEPTES. Every day brings forth a new challenge that helps me better understand this ecosystem and perform outstandingly well.”

 Here’s a quick summary of what Parth told us when asked how a typical day of Salesforce developers like him go at CEPTES.

 Parth gets up early, at the crack-of-dawn, takes a shower and gets ready, drinks coffee, eats breakfast, and then sets off for the office, which isn’t very far away from his rented flat. He goes to the office on Tuesdays and Fridays, and other days he works from home. While on the way to the office, he scans his social profiles (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and others) for the latest tech updates in mobile, Salesforce, IoT, AI, integration, and more. He utilizes this time for uploading some valuable information for his connections.

  Story of Parth


  1. He arrives at the office by nine and greets his co-workers as the environment is impressive at CEPTES.
  1. Around 10 o’clock, they have a meeting with the planning team. During the meeting, each team member has to update on the project’s status and deliverables for the day. 


Meeting with the Planning Team


Parth says, “These meetings are crucial as usually multiple people work on each project. For example, the client might have asked us to customize their Salesforce environment. The manager, in this case, will check with the Salesforce consultant first if he/she can build the customization points & clicks. If code is required for the customization, a developer (like me) would be assigned this task (of coding). When the developer completes the task, it goes to the QA team for testing if the code matches the design specs as communicated by the project manager and the consultant. Now, this process may take days and even weeks to complete. Attending these planning meetings (scrums) is, therefore, a crucial part of my job).


Also Read: How CEPTES Built a Culture That Inspires New Ideas Every Day?


  1. After the meeting, around 10 am, Parth starts coding (in the order of the top priority tasks) that must be completed. He loves the creative freedom that Salesforce developers enjoy in problem-solving as there are many ways to do it.


Salesforce Developer enjoying in Problem Solving

  1. At 1, it’s lunchtime, so he goes to the common dining area and pours his food in the bowl and plate to share the food with his colleagues (who are his friends now).
  1. After lunch, he gets to chat or speak with his client (whose project he is working on). Although this is not a regular exercise most of the time, Parth prefers connecting with the client to ensure that he and the client are on the same page.6.Around 3 or 4 pm, it’s time to do the other project’s coding (as assigned during the meeting). The CEPTES team is quite cooperative, and if you are stuck in any project anywhere, help is close at hand as seniors are always eager to guide and help their team learn and grow.
  1. Around 6.40 pm, Parth leaves for home – listening to his favorite music on the way to relax his mind.
  1. Parth reaches home around 7.30, eats his dinner, and enjoys watching his favorite show before sleep.

 Summing Up

 The job is challenging, but then it helps you learn and grow. Innovations don’t occur when you sit passively. You have to accept challenges to innovate and perform. Are you ready to challenge yourself and grow as a Salesforce developer? Join CEPTES!