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We've simplified the complex search by allowing administrators to build templates that "flatten" out the database and make available commonly requested searches for users who simply fill out values in the fields provided to conduct their searches. Search allows users to get to the information they need without involving the admin to create a report. We support the build out of search templates for not only the core objects but custom objects as well.
View a list of records along with a preview panel for a highlighted record within that list. Instead of having to toggle from a list view to a detail form, the end user can now flip from record to record to see the detail.
Build views based on attributes not related to the core record type you are building the view for. The list view building tools in Salesforce.com limit you to attributes within the lease object and do not allow you to traverse objects to include other filter criteria.
Salesforce.com limits the columns to be included in a list view to just those associated with the record from which you are creating the view. With Ascendix Search, columns can be added from parent objects to further enhance the value of the data being presented.
We've added operators like "between" and "Next X Days, Last X Months" to decrease complexity in building search. While some of the operators exist in the report writer of Salesforce.com, they are absent in the list view building tools.
Salesforce.com requires the user to create and save a list view before revealing the result set of the criteria defined. With Ascendix Search, you have the ability to run various "what-if" scenarios to see the results before saving the search. This removes several steps for the user and eliminates the creation of meaningless views in the system.
Create Ad-Hoc lists to group records together on a subjective basis rather than have them driven by a search criteria.
In the out-of-the-box version of Salesforce.com, you have to recreate views as reports in order to export them to Excel. With Ascendix Search, you create the view and have the ability to export all of the records or just those you've selected from the list view to be exported to Excel.
Use geometric shapes such as circles or polygons to define which area to search for various records.
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