One of the biggest challenges organizations face when migrating to Lightning is not fully understanding what will become of the custom buttons, links, and objects that have taken so much time and resources to develop. Transitioning away from Classic to Lightning costs time, money, and requires a concerted effort across your organization.
Lightning Readiness reports are often lengthy, and most Salesforce admins don't have the time or perhaps even the expertise to understand every aspect well enough to determine every implication. Furthermore, a big challenge organizations face in the migration is that Lightning doesn't support some of the more popular features or capabilities users have grown accustomed to in Classic.
Transitioning to Lightning is complex, but it doesn't have to be chaotic or disruptive. And although some of the current limitations can add to the complexity of migrating, this shouldn’t keep you up at night. Using a proven technology like GridBuddy can help mitigate some of those limitations and deliver a seamless, smooth transition that everyone will enjoy.
Our solution addresses feature gaps in Lightning, while also providing essential functionality not natively available in either Classic or Lightning such as inline editing and single page multi-object updating capabilities. Users save time and resources while developing Lightning components which allow you to preserve custom buttons, links, and objects. Seamless transitions are enabled while allowing you to keep both Classic and Lightning running simultaneously for a methodical, deliberate transition at your own pace.
Using an industry proven technology, like GridBuddy, provides solutions to overcome some of the features gaps between Salesforce Classic and Lightning, which will help you transition sooner—and with fewer challenges—than your competitors and provide you with greater mobility, flexibility, and productivity by:
See for yourself how the AppBuddy Cloud and GridBuddy can allow you to work more efficiently across data, applications, and business functions for Lightning Migration.