Mastering Salesforce may be the secret to landing a six figure salary

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Trusted by Silicon Valley (and Silicon Beach) giants like Snapchat, Hulu, and Fitbit, Salesforce is the market’s number one customer relationship management (CRM) tool. It’s capable of streamlining a wide range of business tasks, and companies are willing to pay top dollar for Salesforce admins to make it happen. So, if you want to cash in on the demand, you can get started by picking up the Salesforce Administrator and App Builder Certification.

Bringing 15 hours of Salesforce-savvy content to the table, this training will show you how to tailor Salesforce’s features to fit any company’s needs. From data validation to security and debugging, you’ll master the ins and outs of Salesforce, so you can better simplfy business processes. Plus, you’ll also work with the Force.com platform to develop, experiment, and deploy new applications, adding an extra layer of expertise to your resume.

You can kickstart your Salesforce education by grabbing the Salesforce Administrator and App Builder Certification for $103 AUD [$79 USD] — that’s more than 90% off its usual retail price!

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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