Salesforce Lightning
Implementation

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Client

Our client was Indian retail outlet of an American beverage corporation.

Requirements:

Client wanted to incorporate lightning components in the classic VisualForce pages without switching to lightning right after the SF Lightning platform was beta released.

Key Highlights

Key Successes:

  • Ease of use that improved user base

Industry Vertical: Manufacturing

Domain: FMCG

Duration: 1 Year

Team Size: 12

Technology:

  • SF Classic platform
  • Lightning component
  • Aura framework
  • SLDS (CSS framework)
  • jQuery
  • HTML5 / CSS3

Platform:
Any SAAS

Our Challenges

  • Team was new to Lightning platform when SalesForce implemented Beta version in 2016.
  • Locker service limited our use of custom JavaScript code. Overcoming these limitations was our achievement.
  • Creation of modal dialogs and EventHandlers in lightning component was time consuming due to lack of technical documentation.
  • Deployment hardship with lightning components

Our Approach:

  • Continuous discussions with SalesForce architect who was stationed at client location improved our understanding & productivity.
  • Simplified our implementation by using custom JS frameworks like DragulaJS and Ajax.
  • Load balanced controller logic between JavaScript and Apex.
  • Overcame our deployment issues by using Jenkins (AutoRabbit).
  • Staffed the project with SF certified resources.
  • Executed in Agile (Scrum) methodology with 2-week sprints.

Metrics

We implemented 50 new Apex classes, 4 workflows, 2 custom approval processes, 10 triggers, 5 batch classes and test classes were completed with minimum 80% test coverage.

ComponentTest Coverage
Apex Classes> 80%
Batch Classes> 80%
Triggers> 80%

Our Value Addition

We implemented the requirements and another vendor tested our implementation.

  • Customer satisfaction survey was recorded at 4.5/5.
  • The CRM usage improved from 5 /10 users to 200 users.
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