Salesforce Test Automation with Guljeet Nagpaul

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The growth in cloud-based, CRM solutions like Salesforce is growing. I would also bet the company you work for has some sort of implementation of Salesforce. But how do you test these types of applications? In this episode, Guljeet Nagpaul, Chief Product Officer at ACCELQ, will share suggestions on how to test Salesforce applications. Discover challenges you may face when testing cloud-based applications, as well as how to avoid them. Don’t miss it!

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About Guljeet Nagpaul

Guljeet is an accomplished leader with experience ranging from software engineer to leading platform and market strategy. Guljeet spent 10 years at Mercury where he was North America head for ALM practice. During this time, ALM captured highest market share and Mercury was acquired by HP. He was a key leader in growing the ALM portfolio with Spydynamics and Shunra acquisitions amongst others.

Guljeet believes accelQ is the biggest breakthrough in Continuous Testing since the introduction of specialist ALM tools by Mercury. Guljeet lead's the Product Strategy and Marketing. Guljeet holds a Masters in Management of Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University .

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