Managing Documents and File Attachments in Salesforce can be a challenge. Integrating to company storage systems can be an expensive option.
Luckily there is an easy way for Salesforce Document Management and File Storage. The Cloudpond S3 Connector for Salesforce.
With the Cloudpond S3 Connector, a Dynamic Folder structure will be maintained automatically while you add attachments up to 1 GB in your CRM. A Multi-file uploader and built In search within S3 means the Cloudpond S3 Connector allows you to utilize the cost efficiencies of Amazon S3 storage with Salesforce. Just common sense, that’s all. Available in the Salesforce AppExchange
What does Instagram, Netflix and Dropbox have in common that can save your company hundreds of thousands of dollars per year?
All three of these companies use AWS S3 to store files in the cloud in a very cost efficient way. After 42 consecutive price reductions, it is no secret that Amazon AWS is an industry leader in cost efficient cloud file storage. So how can your company utilize S3 to save thousands, accomplish effective document management and rid your bottom line of cloud storage application cost? The answer is the Cloudpond S3 Connector for Salesforce, now available in the Salesforce AppExchange.
Document Management and Cloud file storage Integration with Salesforce does not need to be expensive. Don’t get boxed in by the high prices of Enterprise Storage licensing! Cloudpond S3 Connector connects the Salesforce CRM directly into your company’s AWS S3 account. It maintains a folder system in AWS that matches your CRM’s every object instance, its record Id and its record name. Cloudpond’s folder system inside S3 is dynamic and will mirror your Salesforce Record attachments.
We would like you to try Cloudpond S3 Connector today. We connect the world’s leading CRM, Salesforce with one of the most popular and affordable cloud storage systems: Amazon AWS S3. So activate your coupon today for Cloudpond S3 Connector in the AppExchange connect Salesforce to your S3 storage. Then ask yourself why you would ever need anything else for Salesforce file storage? Requires an AWS Account with S3.