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CaseNine belongs to the best of the best in Salesforce development. Our team consists of skilled and talented developers specialized in Salesforce development. All of our developers have at least a bachelor’s degree in computer science and are certified Salesforce developers. We value quality over quantity and like to take on a challenge.
CaseNine is one of the few companies around that actually writes code within the Salesforce environment. At CaseNine we take it a step further than just drag and drop, and create solutions for complex issues.
Salesforce is a CRM platform. CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management and that is exactly what you can do with Salesforce, manage every aspect of your customers. The Salesforce platform goes way beyond a system where you can enter a customer’s basic data. Salesforce is a platform where users can utilize all sorts of data to make, for example, behavioral predictions, where users can create and send out quotes and invoices, and much more. The possibilities are almost endless.
For most of our clients Salesforce is a CRM, but it can be so much more than that. At CaseNine, we mostly use Salesforce as a development platform.
A Salesforce developer uses Salesforce to create new functionalities for clients that go beyond the existing functionalities on the platform. For example, at Fudura they needed an asset register, a functionality that does not exist within the standard Salesforce environment. At Engie they wanted to build a process for creating an offer to creating and managing a contract within Salesforce. Next to building these kinds of Salesforce integrations, Salesforce also allows developers to use the platform to create applications of their own. Salesforce users can download these apps, for free or paid, from the AppExhange, an app store similar to the Apple or Android store.
Companies can’t deny the need for digital transformation anymore. Especially during the pandemic it became clear that digital transformation was a necessary and vital part of being able to work remotely. Cloud software is by far the easiest to distribute among remote workforces, it is also the easiest to update and a secure solution for working from home.
Digital transformation is one of the reasons Salesforce, and cloud computing in general, is growing rapidly. A consequence of COVID-19 is that digital transformation and transitioning to working in the cloud is implemented quicker than initially planned.
As more and more companies are using Salesforce as their CRM and the need for extra functionalities for this platform is growing, there is also a bigger demand for Salesforce developers. As a certified Salesforce developer, there are so many companies you could work for. However, a big advantage of working at CaseNine is that you work within a small, familiar and set team, but still get to experience the hustle and bustle of big multinational companies. Next to that, working within a team of experts means we always find the best solution for a problem and we keep on learning from each other.
This doesn’t mean that once you are a certified Salesforce developer, that it is the only platform you develop for. Salesforce development skills are widely applicable. At CaseNine we use various platforms and coding languages for our projects.
CaseNine is and wants to be a specialist in the field of integration and building new solutions on the Salesforce platform. We like to keep solving puzzles and develop solutions for our clients.
I began to dive into Salesforce development a little before starting at CaseNine. Understandably, I was a bit weary of whether I’d be able to learn fast enough: it was all rather new and I was afraid of falling prey to the infamous imposter’s syndrome.
However, I immediately found myself surrounded by a really supportive group of people and a beyond friendly work environment, where there is constant encouragement to not only advance in your technical learning but also focus on developing the soft skills needed to thrive in communication-intensive business situations. Working at CaseNine is my first full time experience working as a software engineer and I couldn’t have asked for a better place.
At CaseNine we work with a small but involved group on all sorts of applications for a variety of clients. Because of this you have the possibility to work on and learn from different kinds of projects. There is time to work on your skills and there is a strong culture to support and help each other. Also, there is time for fun team events and visiting conferences.
Working as an external party offers a wide range of fun challenges. I enjoy communicating directly with the stakeholders or even the end users of the software. You also encounter new techniques and issues, these provide for a great learning experience. Next to that, it is also fun and educational to look behind the scenes of small and large companies.
My first impression of Casenine was when I just joined Casenine and was invited for lunch to meet the team. I thought “oh! How ‘gezellig’”. The atmosphere was relaxed but also young.
Workwise, we work in a small team on different projects but we can always discuss with the whole team if we have any problems. Furthermore, I also have enough time and guidance to develop myself in soft and hard skills.
I chose CaseNine because it is a nice company where I can make a good start as a junior software engineer. CaseNine not only supports me with developing my skills on the Salesforce platform, but also with modern development methods and techniques that help me become a skilled engineer on all aspects of the job.
We value you and your personal development. Every six weeks, with our so-called ‘develop yourself’ sessions we focus on your personal development, soft skills and your technical skills. Usually these skills you would like to improve are input from yourself. We encourage you to reflect and keep on developing yourself.
Technical development is also an important part of the job. As a team we learn from each other, there is a fast learning curve and we love solving puzzles and developing solutions. The team consists of talented developers who use high-end working methods and who actively find each other and work on a problem together. Every Friday we set an hour apart for ‘power hour’; an hour to work on studying for certification or another type of course you could study for.
At CaseNine we are very proud of our work culture. CaseNine provides an inspiring and inclusive work environment, where there is mutual trust, responsibility, flexibility and freedom. There is a horizontal working structure and we value a good and healthy work/life balance.
CaseNine’s office is located in the city center of Amersfoort. Amersfoort Central Station is within walking distance and the office is very well accessible by car or public transport. Working from home is not a problem and when you need to go to the client’s office we offer you compensation or an NS-Business Card.
Of course it is not always serious business. As most of us are at the office on Friday, we eat lunch together every Friday. Overall, we like good food, eating out and often combine them with fun activities.
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