Hi there

If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re like us — spending most of your time on Salesforce DevOps, trying to figure out how to improve your processes.

Work Tools

You might be juggling a lot of different tools to complete your Salesforce DevOps processes. But have you ever thought about where these "work tools" came from? Why is there so much complexity? Why so much confusion?

Let’s travel back in time.

High Productivity

When Salesforce ventured into the large, enterprise market space, there was a lack of developer tools compared to other ecosystems like Microsoft. Developers in the space wanted to automate most of the mundane processes, and strive for higher productivity. They put together what they know best - solutions from other application development platforms along with tools that they already had in-house, and ultimately began using the solutions that they were aware of.

  • Git for version control and code management
  • Jenkins for deployments
  • Selenium for regression testing

All are great tools, but no one had Salesforce in mind while designing them.

And resulted in downfalls such as:


Different solutions

Partitioning the team, forcing Devs & Admins to use different solutions



Slowing the team down, rather than accelerating its productivity

Zero alignment

Zero alignment

Zero alignment with Salesforce’s click-not-code approach


These are the issues

The Salesforce platform is different


We have solved all the problems that teams face

  • If you can create an account in Salesforce, you can use Flosum.
  • Least amount of time taken by any tool to move changes from dev sandbox to production.
  • Automating processes saves both effort and time.
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    Salesforce DevOps is easier
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    Salesforce DevOps is faster
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    Salesforce DevOps is less agonizing

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