Although the Salesforce® GUI (Graphical User Interface) is very flexible, there are business situations which cannot be completely modeled using the standard interface.

To meet those needs, we can offer Salesforce® custom development using the following tools:

Visualforce Pages

Visualforce pages are custom pages which can present information without the constraints of standard Salesforce® page layouts. They can incorporate custom logic to implement business processes and can include third-party custom components to customize both the behavior and look-and-feel of the page. Visualforce pages can essentially offer the capability of any web page within Salesforce®.

Lightning App Builder and Lightning Components

The Lightning App Builder in conjunction with Lightning Components from the Salesforce® appexchange can be used to develop Salesforce1 mobile pages or (if you have implemented Lightning Experience on your desktop) desktop pages.

Apex Development

Apex is the Salesforce® object-oriented programming language which allows the creation of custom behaviors in a variety of situations including button clicks, record updates, and within Visualforce pages. Apex is completely integrated within Salesforce®.

Triggers

Using Salesforce® Apex code, Triggers can enforce custom behaviors upon data creation, update or delete which are more complex than those supported by standard Salesforce® Validation rules.

External Systems Integration

Organizations frequently need their Salesforce® data to interact on a regular basis with their own back-end systems. This can be implemented using Lightning Connect or third-party tools such as Jitterbit or Scribe.