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Time Technology help Pancreatic Cancer Action plan their move to Salesforce lightning

It was with great pleasure that Time Technology recently undertook a small Salesforce project for the UK charity, Pancreatic Cancer Action. 


Pancreatic Cancer Action is the only UK charity that specifically focuses on improving pancreatic cancer survival rates through early diagnosis. Like lots of charities, they use Salesforce to run many aspects of their day to day operation, as Salesforce donates 10 free licenses and heavily discounts any remaining licenses to qualifying nonprofit organisations.

The project initially focused on the health and performance of the charity's Salesforce implementation. Beyond system health and performance, Time Technology has also started to help Pancreatic Cancer Action plan their transition from Salesforce Classic to Lightning Experience. This is really exciting because we know from our experience working with other charities what amazing efficiency improvements can be made by moving to Lightning.

Vicky McLaren from Pancreatic Cancer Action said "Time Technology helped us free of charge, with excellent advice and simple suggestions that we could implement straight away. Most importantly the consultant was enthusiastic and supportive of what we are doing with Salesforce and gave us the confidence to progress our migration to Lightning. Charities depend on the help of organisations like Time Technology and we hope they enjoy supporting our work to make a difference to cancer survival. Thank goodness for the Pledge 1%!"

Time Technology remain committed to helping charities in the UK and USA under our Pledge 1% membership which enables us to give some our time for free and the rest at a heavily discounted rate.

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