In some of the conversations I have with prospects who are needing help with their Salesforce org as a managed service, I often hear a common theme:
“We have Salesforce, but we don’t have anyone in house who knows how to administer it”.
And I don’t think they are intending to put a job post out there to hire someone as it may not require full time duties.
Now, I’m sure you’ve heard the term: Accidental Admin.
Where someone inherits these responsibilities.
It sounds like this setup is still alive and well within many organizations.
And I know this is not the direct line to being a dedicated, full time Salesforce Admin that you were hoping for on day 1.
But I think rather than knocking on the same front door everyone else is knocking on.
Is there a back door strategy that you can take that will get you a little closer to your end goal?